The City of Portland has reached a tentative contract deal with 1,600 city workers—again.
The deal for a four-year contract comes three days before the workers—ranging from parking enforcement officers to the street-maintenance crews who plow the roads after snowstorms—were authorized to go on strike.
With quotas and incentive pay for reporters, The Oregonian is again changing its readers’ experience.
The future of The Oregonian is filled with questions.
Do you believe Portland is America’s fittest city?
Should dogs be allowed in grocery stores?
Would you accept a donated organ from a
Close readers of The Oregonian have borne witness to dramatic changes in the past several months. In October, the newspaper became a “digital first” media company, with news stories posted first to its website, Oregonlive.com, then dropped into a print edition that was reduced to home delivery four...
Call it the "One Shining Moment" of water and sewer spending videos.
Portlanders for Water Reform, the campaign backing a May ballot initiative to wrest control of Portland's utilities from City Hall, has released a highlight reel of spending hikes and dubious projects.