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Last week's column on vaccine refusers omits the biggest threat: The more COVID spreads, the greater the chance of mutations à la the Delta variant.... [Read More]
Multnomah County Chair Deborah Kafoury pledges a tax on high-income households passed by Portland-area voters last year will make a visible difference on the streets.... [Read More]
134 DAYS: That's how long ago Officer Brian Hunzeker resigned from his role as president of the Portland Police Association due to what the union... [Read More]
On Thursday, a team from the Portland Bureau of Transportation went down to Laurelhurst Park, where a homeless camp was being swept that morning, to... [Read More]
You can now add hard cider to the list of creations inspired by last year's protests. Today, Reverend Nat's Hard... [Read More]
The Portland City Council issued a collective statement Friday decrying the toppling and maiming of an anonymously-installed bust of the Black explorer York atop Mount... [Read More]
The plastic barrels that slowed Portland traffic during the pandemic shutdown are about to get more concrete, as several streets receive some upgraded bike- and... [Read More]
Portlanders will order beer out of just about any type of contraption: a '70s-era RV with shag carpeting, a Nomad travel trailer, even a school... [Read More]
Full Screen 1 of 14 SWEEP LOOMING: Campers at Laurelhurst Park received a city eviction notice on July 26. (Chris Nesseth) ... [Read More]
ForeLand Beer has been open in McMinnville for less than a year and already its founder is launching a Portland taproom. ... [Read More]
Regional transit agency TriMet will offer free bus and train rides to cooling centers during the upcoming heat wave—but only if the temperature reaches 100... [Read More]
On Thursday morning, a summer-long saga of poverty in an upscale Portland neighborhood came to an end, as around 50 campers in the Laurelhurst Park... [Read More]
It's easy to mistake Jackie's—the new foodie and sportie bar on Northeast Sandy—for its predecessor Century Bar, all dolled up with a new paint job... [Read More]
Although Portland's upcoming two-day heat wave won't be anything on the scale of what we saw at the end of June, the city and surrounding... [Read More]
Although Portland's upcoming two-day heat wave won't be anything on the scale of what we saw at the end of June, the city and surrounding... [Read More]
The campaign to recall Mayor Ted Wheeler is not meeting its fundraising goals. As of July 27, Total Recall PDX... [Read More]
As Oregon bars and restaurants resumed face-to-face customer service this spring, business owners voiced a uniform complaint: Job seekers had disappeared. Frustrated publicans blamed unemployment... [Read More]
Sixty national medical groups have signed a letter calling for health care and long-term care employers to mandate the COVID-19 vaccine for their workers. ... [Read More]
The life of a touring musician is exalted. But ask most people who've actually experienced it and they'll probably describe the monotony: long stretches of... [Read More]
The family of a Portland homeless woman who died two years ago following a sweep of her campsite filed a court notice today stating they... [Read More]
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