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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.

Population: 44897
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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Zip Codes associated with portage, michigan: 49002 49024
Towns/Cities near portage, michigan : Kalamazoo Vicksburg Schoolcraft Mattawan Eastwood

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Stankx's Ribz

There are times and there are waterways that Midwest finesse anglers find that a small swimbait is an essential tool. And to the delight a longtime member of the Finesse News Network, Stankx Bait Company of Portage, Michigan, has begun to manufacture one that he thinks will fit his and other Midwest finesse anglers needs.

Survey says: Most Portage residents satisfied with city services

The 2017 Portage community survey looks a lot like the city's 2014 poll in which most Portage residents are pleased with services and have much the same issues. South Westnedge Avenue traffic remains the top problem issue for those polled this fall both by mail and for the first time online.

Net neutrality protests planned for Thursday

The demonstrations are planned for the Verizon store on West Main in Kalamazoo from noon until 3 p.m. and at the Verizon store on Westnedge Avenue in Portage from 5 - 6:30 p.m. In 2015 the FCC created Net Neutrality which allows the internet to remain free and open.

Portage sets Dec. 12 special meeting on medical marijuana

PORTAGE, MI - The Portage City Council will have a special meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 12, to consider an emergency ordinance to allow a medical marijuana dispensary to continue to operate. Along with deciding if Lake Effect should stay in business while it pursues a state license, the council will also determine if it should pursue an ordinance on local control of medical marijuana facilities.

Michigan cities going to pot, but not all

The State of Michigan licensing agency has finally issued its emergency regulations for medical marijuana and there aren't a lot of surprises in the 33-page document. The temporary rules will allow dispensaries that are operating under local agreements to stay open for the next six months until the regulated growing, distribution and sales operations are licensed and up and running.

Theresa Lockhart remembered as a oeawesomea friend, sister at funeral

Jen Zimmerman told the crowd at Saint Joseph Catholic Church Monday that her friend Theresa Lockhart was "awesome" person. They'd been friends since their college days at Aquinas and she reminisced about their love of poetry, board games and taking frequent trips to art exhibits.

Names of victims in double fatal crash released

A young couple, taking advantage of the mild December weather for a ride on a motorcycle were killed when their bike collided with a car at the intersection of Sprinkle and east H Avenue in Comstock Township. They have been identified as 28-year-old David Haan of Kalamazoo and 27-year-old Stephanie Marie Hirding of Portage.

Kalamazoo killer writes book and gets sued Sunday, December 3

Convicted killer Curtis Dawkins has turned his experiences serving life without chance of parole in a Michigan Prison into a book of short fictional stories that were published last summer. Now a legal battle is brewing over the proceeds.

Elderly woman shot in her own home

Portage detectives believe that two men came gunning for someone who lived in a home in the 2600 block of Woodbine and hoped to lure them to the front door when they knocked at 1:15 Thursday morning. When 69-year-old Marilyn Stamp looked out her bedroom adjacent to the front door, they opened fire, hitting her three times.

10 ways Portage police say holiday shoppers can guard against thefts

Thieves aren't lurking around every corner, but police say they see increases in thefts during the holiday shopping season as thousands of people with cash and credit cards visit area stores to buy gifts. John Blue, senior deputy chief of the Portage Department of Public Safety, says people are not always focused on safety and sometimes think they could never be a victim of crime.

Portage to pursue medical marijuana ordinances

Portage intends to pursue medical marijuana ordinances involving facilities and zoning, with the specifics to be known by the end of December. At a more than three-hour special committee of the whole meeting Thursday, the Portage City Council viewed proposed ordinance amendment options and heard from several in the audience on medical marijuana regulations.

Portage ice rinks opening delayed because of weather

The ice rink at Millennium Park will have it's opening delayed until Saturday, December 9 at noon, weather permitting. It was originally supposed to open November 25. You can call 269-329-4522 for updates on the status of the rink.

Free Thanksgiving dinners offered

There are several places in the region offering free Thanksgiving Day meals to low income, lonely and elderly residents today. Theo's and Stacy's in Downtown Kalamazoo has been doing it longer for most.

Lockhart funeral plans

Funeral services have been set for murder victim Theresa Lockhart who was killed by her husband in May and not found until ;late last month. A Mass for the teacher who taught in Vicksburg and lived in Portage, will be held at St. Joseph Catholic Church on Lake Street on Monday December 4th at 10:30 am.

The Uncounted

An on-the-ground investigation reveals that the U.S.-led battle against ISIS - hailed as the most precise air campaign in history - is killing far more Iraqi civilians than the coalition has acknowledged. But in Iraq, an on-the-ground investigation suggests that coalition airstrikes have killed many more civilians than previously reported.

Door hinge manufacturer, flavor company expand in Oshtemo Township

A door hinge manufacturer, custom flavoring company, packing business and self-storage facility are seeking incentives for development on brownfield land. Thursday the Kalamazoo County Brownfield Redevelopment Authority approved a brownfield plan application for redevelopment on Stadium Drive between 6th and 8th Streets in Oshtemo Township.

Lockhart memorial run

About 100 runners braved the rain and cold to take part in a special four mile walk and run Wednesday night in Portage. It was organized by members of the Kalamazoo Run Club who used to run every Wednesday night with murder victim Theresa Lockhart.

Portage authorities train for active shooter scenario at local mall

PORTAGE, Mich.- Though no one was actually in danger, Portage Police, Fire and EMS got a realistic idea of what they should do in an active shooter scenario during a simulated training at The Crossroads Mall on Sunday night. Portage Senior Deputy Chief John Blue says this training comes at a pressing time as the holidays are approaching and soft targets like malls will be busier than usual.

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