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Myers Elementary School fourth graders participated in the annual balloon launch Tuesday morning to kick off the Red Ribbon Campaign. The launch was at Portage City Hall.
Portage Mayor James Snyder talks to a group of Myers Elementary School fourth graders Tuesday morning who gathered at City Hall to launch the annual Red Ribbon Campaign. Red Ribbon week is Oct. 23-31.
Myers Elementary School fourth graders watch as the balloons they had just released floated up into the air. The balloon launch at Portage City Hall kicked off the annual Red Ribbon Campaign week.
Porter County Career and Technical Center Entrepreneurship students Jordan Dan, left, and Jarred Root, sell drinks to customers at the new Rise 'N Shine store opened and operated by students.
Retired Porter County Career and Technical Center teacher Judy Commers cuts the ribbon Tuesday to signify the opening of Rise 'N Shine, a store operated by the school's entrepreneurship students.
A University of Chicago Aeromedical Network helicopter lands Monday morning at Haven Hollow Park in Portage Township. An accident requiring extrication was reported at Ind. 149 and 700 North.
A patient is loaded into a University of Chicago Aeromedical Network helicopter Monday morning at Haven Hollow Park in Portage Township. An accident requiring extrication was reported at Ind. 149 and 700 North.
Nick Radtke took over Pirate Cove Pet Shoppe in June, a week after the death of his great uncle, George Wagner, who had owned the shop for a decade. Radtke, with a bearded dragon on his shoulder in the shop at 5474 U.S. 6, said he wants to continue his uncle's dream.
Amy Parker, business development manager of Portage Economic Development Corp., right, speaks to two graduates of the Certified Production Technician program Monday afternoon.
Laura Lightfoot, left, was sworn in Tuesday as Portage's 63rd police officer. Grant Crizer, right, was sworn in on Aug. 18, as the city's 62nd officer.
Work is continuing on the $1.7 million project financed through the Portage Redevelopment Commission to provide parking, trails and other amenities to link the Portage Lakefront and Riverwalk to the Portage/Ogden Dunes South Shore station. Work should be substantially completed by the end of…
Storms that hit the area on Aug. 21 caused a massive log jam the following day along the Burns Waterway under the old Crisman Road bridge. The Portage Port Authority authorized work this week to remove the jam that trapped some 40 boats up the river.
A car drives through flood waters on CR 700 North near the intersection of Ind. 149 in South Haven on Friday morning.
Jim Biancotti, of Ogden Dunes, is the first person in the state to receive the Master Recycler and Composter certification. He took a 10-week course and completed 30 hours of volunteering to earn the certification.
A fire broke out around 7:30 a.m. Thursday at Breckenridge Apartments, off Lute Road in Portage.
Portage's newest firefighter, Michael C. Dujmovic, 35, of Griffith, was sworn in Tuesday by Mayor James Snyder, far right. Portage Fire Chief Tom Feiffer, far left, and Dujmovic's wife, Monique, look on as his father, Michael A. Dujmovic, holds the Bible.
A fire severely damaged a four-plex on Blake Road and Sherwin Avenue early Saturday. Four families were displaced.
Dave Lasayko, of Portage, has self published a book on the history of Seven Dolors Shrine. Lasayko gathered photos, historical documents and newspaper items about the shrine and compiled them into "A Pilgrimage to Coventry A Photographic Journal of the Seven Dolors Shrine."
Dr. Dave Cummins, EMS medical director for Porter Regional Hospital, shows the two major components of the intranasal spray device, the cylinder containing nalaxone and the spray device.
Kits have been prepared for the use by members of the Portage Police Department to combat overdoses from heroin and other opiate-containing drugs. Fourteen supervisors will be trained next week. All officers will eventually have access to the naloxone, which costs about $35 per kit.
Portage Police Chief Troy Williams shows the newest tool being placed in the department's arsenal. Police soon will be equipped with a kit containing naloxone, a drug that can immediately reverse the effects of a heroin or other opiate drug overdose.
Portage Township Trustee Brendan Clancy presented the State of the Township address Thursday at the Bonner Senior Center.
Nicole Heuberger and Matt Johnson were sworn in Tuesday morning as Portage's two newest police officers. Both will begin instruction at the Indiana Police Academy in March.
Longtime Portage resident and business owner Diane Highlands, center, was recognized for her donations to the Portage Police Department over the years. Highlands donated $6,300 from the Dave Highlands Public Safety Fund. The fund was named in honor of her husband, who served on the Portage C…
Gov. Mike Pence congratulates LaPorte County Sheriff's Deputy Slawek Czupryna Friday morning during a ceremony to recognize public safety workers. Czupryna helped capture murderer Michael David Elliot, who had escaped from a Michigan prison Sunday night. Pence and Czupryna are flanked by LaP…
Gov. Mike Pence shakes hands with LaPorte County Sheriff's Deputy Slawek Czupryna after presenting him with a Hoosier Public Safety Award Friday morning at Portage Fire Station 1 as Portage Fire Chief Tom Fieffer, left, and Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson and Indiana State Police Superintend…
Chesterton native Remy Hoang was on his way to his physics lecture Tuesday when he heard sirens going off throughout Purdue University's campus.
Portage Street and Sanitation Department employee Vern Podgorski, center, recently was named Portage Employee of the Year for 2013. He received an award at a recent City Council meeting. Also pictured, from left, are Randy Reeder, assistant street department superintendent; Steve Charnetzky…
Kyle Johnson, 25, of Valparaiso, takes the oath of office Monday from Portage Mayor James Snyder. His mother, Michelle, holds a Bible. Johnson was sworn in as the newest member of the Portage Fire Department.
Michelle Johnson pins a firefighter's badge Monday on the uniform of her son, Kyle Johnson, after he was sworn in as the newest member of the Portage Fire Department.
Liberty Township Fire Department initiated a tanker plan calling in multiple departments Thursday morning to a residential fire at 245 Papillon Drive. Because there are no hydrants in the subdivision, tanker trucks deposited water in a pool, which was then used to fight the fire.
Fire departments from several communities responded to a residential fire Thursday morning at 245 Papillon Drive in Liberty Township. Light smoke was showing from the back of the home when firefighters arrived. The fire was quickly put out and is under investigation.
The Portage Fire Department recently purchased this all-terrain utility vehicle with a grant received from ArcelorMittal. The vehicle, which also has a trailer, is stored at PFD Station 1.
Some 200 guests, mostly parents and grandparents, enjoyed a traditional Thanksgiving meal Friday at South Haven Elementary School.
South Haven Elementary School first-grader Johnathan Erdei invited his grandmother, Delores Erdei, to lunch Friday at the school. Some 200 parents, grandparents and other guests had a traditional Thanksgiving meal along with the school's students.
South Haven Elementary School cook Judy Vincent serves turkey to a visitor at the school Friday. The school invited parents, grandparents and others to enjoy a traditional meal with students.
Members of the Workers Organizing Committee of Chicago protest in front of the offices of Restaurant Management Corp. in AmeriPlex at the Port business park Tuesday morning. They were protesting on behalf of Maria Sonia Acuna-Avila, center, who works at one of the company's McDonald's restau…
A fire Monday damaged a home at 5228 Terry Ave. in Portage. Officials are still investigating the cause of the fire. No one was home when the fire started.
Portage American Legion Post 260 member Phil Kowal salutes a wreath he placed at the Portage Veterans Memorial Monday during a Veterans Day service at Woodland Park.
Portage American Legion Post 260 Honor Guard members issue a gun salute Monday at the close of the Portage Veterans Day service at Woodland Park.
HOBART | A three-hour police manhunt ended shortly before 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, when the last of three suspects sought for questioning in a home burglary was captured, police said.
Greg Garner was sworn in as Portage's newest firefighter Monday morning by Mayor James Snyder as Assistant Chief Joe Calhoun looks on. Garner, a Valparaiso resident, spent more than three years on the LaPorte Fire Department before taking a job with Portage.
The Rev. Sherman Paul of Mount Zion Pentecostal Church of Jesus Christ in Gary speaks Thursday at the dedication of the workers' memorial at United Steelworkers Local 6103, 1919 Willowcreek Road. With him, from left, are Portage Mayor James Snder, USW Local 6103 President Terry Pappas and US…
Mackenzie Aldrich, 18, a Portage High School senior, was nominated to the school's homecoming court.
The slayings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., last December was among the worst school tragedies in U.S. history, but state Rep. Linda Lawson wants to ensure no one has a "knee jerk" reaction to school security.
VALPARAISO | A longtime local journalist died Saturday after finishing a mud-drenched three-mile race rife with obstacles, including a climbing wall, slide and mud pit.
Residents continue to drop off grass clippings in and around a dumpster at the entrance to the Portage Street Department facility. So many clippings have been dropped off, the city will have to dispose of them at a Newton County landfill.
Officials assess damage after limbs came down from trees following the Portage Township Schools board meeting Monday night. About 50,000 people in Northwest Indiana were without power.
The Dyer Historical Society has a display at the group's museum on the Lincoln Highway, including an original post that marked the way. The museum is located in the basement of the Dyer Town Hall.
Nancy Bedolla, of the Portage Township Food Pantry, plants potatoes at the newly created community garden at Woodland Park. The garden will be tended by volunteers and was funded through a $10,000 grant from Cargill AgHorizons.
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