Rep. Earl Blumenauer wants to cut Willamette Superfund costs. His wife works for a company paying the bills.
For more than a decade, the federal government has been
demanding that companies along the Willamette River clean up their mess
in the Portland Harbor.
And no one has been more adamant about get
The Oregon Bus Project's national search for a new executive director has made a local selection: Tara Sulzen, a Portland State University urban studies administrator.
Sulzen succeeds founder Jefferson Smith and Caitlin Baggott at the wheel of the Bus. More
The Pearl District Neighborhood Association voted last night to release $10,000 in funds for legal action against the City of Portland over City Commissioner Amanda Fritz's plan to move homeless camp Right 2 Dream Too beneath ...
The Portland Police Bureau has been sweeping homeless camps out of downtown parks since Mayor Charlie Hales' big crackdown last month.
Today, the cops netted a high-profile item in Chapman Square: A stolen bicycle owned by ...
Jeff Cogen’s resignation means local pols are maneuvering for new chairs.
Jeff Cogen has simplified the 2016 election for Charlie Hales.
Multnomah County chairman announced last week he’ll resign Sept. 16—two
months after revelations of his affair wi
UPDATE: Mayor says Saltzman convinced him to leave tax alone.
Mayor Charlie Hales will not present the Portland City Council with any changes to the city's $35-a-person Arts Tax, sources tell WW.This spring, Hales told the Revenue Bureau and a council work committee to find ways to make the arts tax more equitable. Critics, including City Commissioner Stev...
Portland officials say a besieged OLCC won’t crack down.
As Mayor Charlie Hales continues to target neighborhood
livability, city officials say he’s not getting cooperation from a
crucial partner: the Oregon Liquor Control Commission, the state agency