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Portage is located in southwestern Michigan, situated just south of Kalamazoo. The city was incorporated in 1963, separating it from the general Kalamazoo boundaries. The city is home to the Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum, the first "museum-meets-indoor-amusement-park" themed museum. It features many rare and historical aircrafts, including the world's fastest air-breathing aircraft, the SR-71B Blackbird. Portage is known for its historical parks and trials which are used for cycling, walking, canoeing and other recreational activities.
Local Newspapers: Kalmazoo Gazette Lansing State Journal
Local Sports Teams: Detroit Lions Detroit Pistons Detroit Red Wings Detroit Shock Detroit Tigers
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Towns/Cities near portage, michigan : Kalamazoo Vicksburg Schoolcraft Mattawan Eastwood
Man missing from Wyoming; may have been spotted in Portage
Jose Sanchez, 75, was last seen by family members at about 9:00am Thursday. Family members say he left his home in the 1400 block of Rathbone SW to go to work.It's time to expand transparency in Lansing as House passes open records bills
Brandt Iden, R-Oshtemo, represents the 61st Michigan House District, which encompasses the city of Portage as well as Oshtemo, Prairie Ronde, Schoolcraft and Texas townships. If you have a guest column to share, email Opinion Curator Dan Hawkins .17-year-old killed in crash on I-95 in Hanover
Virginia State Police have identified a 17-year-old boy that was killed in a crash on Interstate 95 south early Thursday morning. Officers say Dante V. Latora, 17 of Portage, Michigan, was driving a 2012 Chevrolet and was heading south on Interstate 95 when he ran off the right side of the road, struck a sign, and hit a tree.Teen takes little sister to daddy dance and gets national attention
A simple effort by a Portage teen to try to make things right for his little sister has become a story that is getting national attention. The long of it is that the last couple of years have been kind of tough on the teen, his siblings and their mother.See the scenes from 2017 Bay City St. Patrick's Day Parade
But in Bay City, Michigan, it's a weekend-long holiday that, for the past 63 years, culminates on Parade Sunday . Just as they have over the past six decades, tens of thousands of people, many donning their Irish greens and oranges, lined up along Historic Center Avenue on Sunday, March 19, for the annual Bay City St. Patrick's Day Parade.This Little Piggy Went to the Home Depot After a Big Bad Wind Blew His Fence Down
A lost little piggy named Hamlet took himself over to the Home Depot in Portage, Michigan after a big bad 60 mph wind blew down the fence that was keeping him safe. Needless to say, the porcine visitor took both employees and customers by surprise but employee and animal lover Amanda James fed dog biscuits to Hamlet before posting his likeness onto the wonderful Kalamazoo Area Lost Pets Facebook page .Hamlet the pig found in Home Depot in Portage
Some contractors pointed out to employees a pet pig wandering the store yesterday. Amanda James, who works at the store and keeps dog treats at her desk for canine visitors was able to get the pig and use a rope to make a leash for the animal.Portage schools prohibits Girls on the Run from practicing inside buildings after school
Portage Public Schools will no longer allow Girls on the Run to practice indoors in school buildings immediately after school, but they can reserve space after 6:30 p.m. like other community groups. The new policy revealed today caught Girls on the Run officials and coaches by surprise and sent them scrambling to find options for dealing with the unexpected issue for the program that begin practicing last Monday.Howling winds wreak havoc of downed trees, traffic issues
In Portage, a traffic signal in the 7800 block of Shaver Road snapped in high winds at 9 a.m, blocking lanes of traffic in front of Portage Public Safety headquarters. At 10 a.m. just outside of Richland, traffic was stalled by a large tree that blocked all lanes of M-43.Police release names of victims in wrong-way U.S. 131 crash
Police have released the names of the three people killed and two people injured in a wrong-way crash on U.S. 131 at Stadium Drive. Kalamazoo County sheriff's deputies have identified the two people in a Ford Fiesta -- which entered southbound U.S. 131 going north about 4:40 p.m. Friday, March 3 -- as 59-year-old Mark Witsaman and 88-year-old Elma Witsaman, both of Portage.Assault suspect to undergo competency examFriday, March 3PORTAGE...
A Portage man, who may have mental health issues, has been ordered to undergo a competency exam after he allegedly attacked a cab driver out of the blue. The 60-year-old cabbie had picked him up at a local hospital and delivered him to Albatross Court near the Milham Meadows Apartment complex on January 26th.Portage City Council backs County I.D.Wednesday, March 1KALAMAZOO...
Backers of a plan to create a Kalamazoo County ID took the case to the Portage City Council last night seeking their endorsement for the program. They got it despite a Portage policy that they usually don't act on such requests, especially when it involves the expenditure of money by another governmental unit.Parchment posts job opening for city manager
The opening, posted to classified section on Michigan Municipal League's website , is short on information, listing a starting salary $60,000 and brief description of qualifications. The Kalamazoo Gazette was unable to reach City Manager Dennis Durham or Mayor Robert Heasley were unable to be reached for comment on Durham's employment status as of Tuesday night.
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