After a breakout season, the Portland Timbers must show they’re for real.
As the Portland Timbers continue their preseason
tournament tonight against Portmore United, a Jamaican club, nobody
would blame fans for being nervous. The 2013 season was close to
Suit says concussions ended the forward's career prematurely.
Former Portland Timbers forward Eddie Johnson has sued the team for $9.9 million in state court, charging that the team allowed him to begin training "while still experiencing symptoms associated with concussion or head injury."
A survey of 10 kalua pig plate lunches in Portland.
Food Reviews & Stories
There is not much Hawaiian food in Portland.
least not the dishes people in my native state would call “Hawaiian.” On
the islands, the term is properly used to denote something with roots
A popular Portland delivery service faces allegations it underpays its couriers.
If you’ve filled a prescription or bought
a house in Portland in the last 10 years, there’s a decent chance a
company called Senvoy was involved in the transaction.
The Portland company
An alleged rape victim turns to crowdsourcing in her civil suit against a prominent Portland software executive.
A new lawsuit accuses a leading Portland software
entrepreneur of sexual assault, and his accuser has taken the
extraordinary step of trying to crowdsource $11,500 to help pay for her
Residents of Right 2 Dream Too question Mayor Charlie Hales’ offer to move them inside.
It’s a quarter to 9 on the coldest night so far this year,
and a 64-year-old man named Misha waits for a turn to sleep in a tent
Right 2 Dream Too—the
iconic homeless camp
NewsPortland Public Schools has declared an impasse in negotiations with the Portland Association of Teachers, its 3,600-member teachers' union. The announcement sets the timeline for a possible strike by the union.
The schools and teachers have spent six months trying to negotiate over a new contract, but both sides have characterized talks as unproductive, accusing the ...
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