No company keeps more people working in Oregon than Intel
Corp. Its sprawling Hillsboro campus employs 17,500, with an annual
payroll of $2.8 billion. A 2012 ECONorthwest study found that nearly o
West Hills neighbors push back against plans to expand the Japanese Garden.
A well-trodden path nestled near the edge of Portland’s
Japanese Garden winds into Forest Park, the city’s 5,167-acre urban
green space. A sign reads, “Path to Wildwood Trail,” marking o
The last African-American family on a Portland block faces losing its home.
To Helen Murray, a tour of her home is a tour of her life.
Over the fireplace,
Helen, 77, and her husband, Nelson, 82, display photographs of their six
children. Pictures of their 12 grandchil
These eccentric billionaires have the cash that could legalize pot in Oregon.
What do a hedge-fund billionaire, an online sex-toy mogul
and the nation’s most beloved expert on backpacking in Europe know about
Oregon that voters here do not? That it should be legal for the
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The same-sex couple refused service by a Broadway Cab driver last July are now suing him and the taxi company for $38,000.
In a suit filed in Multnomah County Circuit Court on Thursday, Kate Neal and Shanako Devoll say Ahmed Egal intentionally caused them emotional distress and held them under false arrest, and that Broadway Cab is guilty of negligence. <...
The city is considering a new permit as a hammer over problematic late-night businesses.
For years, the city of Portland and the Oregon Liquor
Control Commission have worked as uneasy partners in law enforcement,
playing a game of “good cop, bad cop” with bars they identify as
The board misses its self-imposed May deadline for announcing its plans.
For more than a year and a half, students at Reed College have been calling on the school’s trustees to get Reed’s investments out of companies that deal in oil and coal. They were promised an answer by the end of the school year.
Nearly a month beyond that deadline, they’re still waiting. College students across the country are More
City Commissioner Steve Novick is ready to talk some more about the Portland street fee.
The architect of the much-maligned plan to raise at least $40 million a year for road repairs will take questions at noon today at a Portland City Club forum in the Governor Hotel.
Novick has been earnestly arguing for the $144-a-household fee over the past few weeks, More