The mayor says he makes his decisions thinking about one intersection. We went there. It needs paving.
Charlotte Hurt says she didn’t choose to move to Southeast
127th Avenue and Mill Court. And she hasn’t heard of Portland Mayor
Hurt moved last year
to a turquoise cottage fo
The retail politics of the Hales budget creates winners and losers.
Politicians don’t usually gain support by making budget cuts.But the startling thing about Mayor Charlie Hales’ first budget, released April 30, is how the mayor’s cutting of $21.5 million has b
A move to replace private patrols with park rangers tests the clout of the Portland Business Alliance.
The City of Portland is moving to break the longtime hold a
business group has on providing security patrols in downtown parks,
setting up a potential struggle over public safety and big-money
Who among the city hall hopefuls has best avoided the parking patrol?
Public records offer clues about what politicians are really like. Do they pay their bills, vote or license their dogs?
And what about parking tickets? All the major City Hall candidates have them an
The state rep. and Bus Project founder tells why he wants to be mayor.
Jefferson Smith wants to loom large in the mayor’s race,
and not just because he’s the tallest candidate so far (6 feet 4
inches), but because he sees himself as an alternative to former City
She’s running for mayor based on her business experience.
Four years ago, Eileen Brady considered at launching her
political career by challenging a two-term U.S. senator, Gordon Smith.
At the time, some—including this newspaper—suggested she run for m