Drive a Tesla? You’ll Now Be Able to ‘Charge Up’ At This Meijer
A new charging station for electric vehicles is being added to a local Meijer's parking lot
New Reptile Expo ‘Portage Repticon’ Coming June 12th To The Celery Flats
Going down Saturday, June 12, from 12 - 4 p.m. at the Celery Flats Historical Area at 7335 Garden Lane, this event is totally FREE, with NO registration required.
Free Drive-In Style Movies This Summer At Portage’s Ramona Park
Movies in the Park is back this summer in Portage beginning Friday, May 28.
Don’t Be Alarmed: Emergency Drill at the Kalamazoo Battle Creek Airport Friday
An emergency drill is set to take place on Friday, May 21st, at the Kalamazoo-Battle Creek International Airport.
Wish I Had This When I Was Young; AirZoo Begins Flight Experience
Where I went to high school was about 30 minutes from O'Hare International in Chicago. Several of my buddies' dads were pilots for United Airlines.
Pfizer Wants Full Approval For Its COVID-19 Vaccine
Pfizer says the level of administration of the vaccine so far shows it is working and it is safe. The vaccine which was jointly developed with European partner firm BioNTech continues to be produced and shipped from the Pfizer pharmaceutical plant in Portage.
Lefty’s Cheesesteaks Adding Second Location In Portage; Signage Arrives In Kalamazoo
One has to believe this is a sign that Lefty's will be opening soon. On top of that, they're adding a second location, located at 6156 S Westnedge Ave, Portage, MI 49002 in the Southland Mall
Bottled Water for Infants Due to Water Issue in Kalamazoo County Community
Residents in a southern Kalamazoo County community are being asked to use bottled water temporarily as an overabundance of a natural mineral could cause issues for children that are a year and younger.
Michigan State Police Use Helicopter To Search For Teen Missing Since 2018
Michigan State Police conducted an evening helicopter operation over Portage to locate a teen that went missing in 2018.
New Portage Pfizer Plant Will Employ 450
Pfizer says the company may generate as much as 20 million in new local revenue and upwards of 50 million for the region due to the expansion over the next few years. The new plan initially will be assigned to the manufacture of the pain killer Dynastat. It is used primarily as a post-operative medi…