City Commissioner Amanda Fritz proposes overhauling fees on developers to fund parks.
City Commissioner Amanda Fritz is proposing a massive
increase in some of the fees the city charges developers of new homes
and commercial buildings.
Fritz is proposing an overhaul of the fees
Starting a pot business? These companies want to help.
Alexa Divett is getting a contact high.
Divett runs Maya
Media Collective, a Northeast Portland company that is part of the
commercial frenzy surrounding the legalization of marijuana in Orego
Opponents of a proposed 600-room Hyatt hotel at the Oregon Convention Center want voters to have a chance to weigh in on the project and its $78 million in taxpayer subsidies. They are currently in court battling Metro, the regional government that’s backing the hotel and wants to avoid a vote.
Metro is now trying to sidestep the court battle by asking state lawmakers for a...
A Portland man who used to drive for Uber has sued the ride-app company in a San Francisco federal court for failing to inform him and other contractors their personal information was exposed in a data breach.
Oregon Health and Science University lawyers just can’t keep their paws off the state’s public records law.
In 2003, the hospital got the Legislature to pass a special, temporary exemption to the law, to keep secret the identities of OHSU researchers who conduct medical experiments on animals (other than rodents), as well as the identities of companies supplying the equip...
Big Weed is coming—unless Salem erects a fence at the state line.
Meghan and Matt Walstatter often argue about who should cash in on legal weed in Oregon.
The Walstatters run
Pure Green Gardens, a Portland medical-marijuana grow with a dispensary
in the Holl
We thought that we would never see / a web campaign to save a tree.Now we have—thanks to a group of residents in the Cathedral Park neighborhood who have taken to the website GoFundMe to raise $3,000 and save a 150-year-old Oregon oak from being choppeddown.