So how is Portland’s new, new economy looking now?
The recent economic meltdown has obviously hit home. Layoffs are ubiquitous—think Intel, Freightliner, Columbia Sportswear and Adidas, to name a few local firms hit in the past 18 months. Or res ...
If you thought the passage of Proposition 8 to ban same-sex marriage only affected people in California, you'd be wrong.
Today some 200 Portlanders gathered in the Park Blocks by Portland State University to protest Proposition 8 and express their opinions about legislat...
If Oregon's Republican Party didn't have enough trouble dealing with Tuesday's election results, the after-election analysis by veteran Oregon political observers at Portland City Club on Friday offered little comfort.
The overwhelmingly liberal crowd at City Club's weekly Friday forum heard an epi...
Whether you wanted Barack Obama to win or not, the election’s aftermath is certainly on track to be an emotional letdown after the daily twists of 3 am ads, Jeremiah Wright and Sarah Palin over ...
In a small office building on the corner of Northeast Killingsworth Street, City Council hopeful Charles Lewis and about 25 of his supporters, family and friends were all smiles despite his crushing defeat by Amanda Fritz.
After an 18-month development rollercoaster including contracting hiccups and countless protests, Planned Parenthood finally got the construction of its newest clinic and regional service center under way.
At a groundbreaking cerem...