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Bison Coffeehouse vandalized before Coffee With a Cop event

Bison Coffeehouse vandalized before Coffee With a Cop event

Native American owner believes her business was targeted because of the event that took place anyway.
What are next steps for St. Helens riverfront redevelopment?

What are next steps for St. Helens riverfront redevelopment?

The city is focusing on extending streets and utilities now, with the long-term goal to beautify the riverfront.
Planning commission votes down ADUs in the county

Planning commission votes down ADUs in the county

Recommendation goes to Jefferson Commissioners on whether to allow accessory dwelling units
A to Z Wineworks sells to Washington winery giant

A to Z Wineworks sells to Washington winery giant

Ste. Michelle Wine Estates purchases the Newberg winery for an undisclosed price in September
Construction begins on waterline upgrade in Madras

Construction begins on waterline upgrade in Madras

G Street construction begins, closures, detours and delays expected throughout city until July 2023.
Sustainable Building Week returns for milestone fifth year

Sustainable Building Week returns for milestone fifth year

This year's event lineup is slated to begin Monday, Oct. 10, inviting industry experts to keep Portland green.
Portland Public Schools offsets future pension liability

Portland Public Schools offsets future pension liability

Public Employees Retirement System says district prepayments exclude it from contributions in 2023-25.
Is West Linn's food scene on the rise?

Is West Linn's food scene on the rise?

Emerging from the pandemic, a handful of new restaurants have found a home in West Linn
Warren RV park plans collapse

Warren RV park plans collapse

The county planning commission rejected the application after the golf course property sale fell apart.
Two restaurants in Lake Oswego development set to close

Two restaurants in Lake Oswego development set to close

A year after Mercato Grove opened, Lac St. Jacks and FILLS Donuts announce closures in coming months.
PBA: Auditor too cozy with anti-business activists

PBA: Auditor too cozy with anti-business activists

The Portland Business Alliance is now questioning a 2020 audit that focused on Downtown Clean & Safe.
Saltzman Road Apartments to cater to low-income LGBTQ…

Saltzman Road Apartments to cater to low-income LGBTQ…

The 54-unit apartment complex is located in Cedar Mill, directly across the street from Cedar Mill Public Library.
Time Travelers Brewing to open on Broadway

Time Travelers Brewing to open on Broadway

New owners transform former Fearless space into remodeled brew pub, restaurant
'Joinery Building' bites the dust for huge Woodstock…

'Joinery Building' bites the dust for huge Woodstock…

After standing abandoned for a couple of years behind a wire fence, the Joinery Building has been leveled in Woodstock.
Grand Ronde helps celebrate 100 years of Willamette Falls…

Grand Ronde helps celebrate 100 years of Willamette Falls…

Oregon City, West Linn celebrate Arch Bridge centennial with formal ceremony.
Enhancements coming to Downtown Portland street plazas

Enhancements coming to Downtown Portland street plazas

A federal grant will support permanent features at Pride Plaza and create a new plaza linking food destinations.
Governor candidates tangle again in statewide TV debate

Governor candidates tangle again in statewide TV debate

State budget and management join abortion, drug policy and firearms where three major candidates disagree.
Hitachi opens nanotechnology center in Hillsboro

Hitachi opens nanotechnology center in Hillsboro

The city says that it partnered with the business and local agencies to quickly develop the land.
Multnomah County flavored tobacco ban plans on hold after…

Multnomah County flavored tobacco ban plans on hold after…

The ruling's legal implications must be reviewed before next steps, says Public Health Director Jessica Guernsey.
Full fraud restitution paid by former Gresham strip club…

Full fraud restitution paid by former Gresham strip club…

Kiraz family makes final payment of $608,217 after unreported cash earnings, jail time.
Joseph Hughes Construction builds new swim centers in…

Joseph Hughes Construction builds new swim centers in…

Emler Swim Center plans to have a special focus on water safety and swim lessons for kids.
Lake Oswego fair shows people how to electrify their lives

Lake Oswego fair shows people how to electrify their lives

The Lake Oswego Sustainability Network's Electrification Fair attracts around 300 attendees. 
Manufacturing Day returns to Scappoose R&D center

Manufacturing Day returns to Scappoose R&D center

After two years of a virtual-only event, Manufacturing Day returns with big changes at OMIC and Portland Community College.
New Art Rutkin school construction on track

New Art Rutkin school construction on track

Almost hidden in a forested section off of Bull Mountain Road, the new school give a nod to nature, the environment.
Museum near OMSI gets a new historic steam engine

Museum near OMSI gets a new historic steam engine

The museum already shelters and cares for three historic train engines owned by Portland; they'll be joined by one more
'Creek restoration' to replace former Franz Bakery Outlet…

'Creek restoration' to replace former Franz Bakery Outlet…

Will another store replace the now-closed Franz Outlet Store in Brentwood-Darlington? The answer is here: No
Datacenters are big business for Hillsboro, but how do they…

Datacenters are big business for Hillsboro, but how do they…

Industry experts say demand for more data capacity is increasing, and lots more development is coming.
What's the construction in downtown Hillsboro?

What's the construction in downtown Hillsboro?

A food truck pod, lots of apartments and more; here's what's being built in the heart of Hillsboro right now.
Sandy area chamber works to build back businesses, programs…

Sandy area chamber works to build back businesses, programs…

Business Resource Center disburses $200,000 in grants to local owners impacted by pandemic
Canby residents urge city to reconsider dog park

Canby residents urge city to reconsider dog park

Most of those at an open house express reservations about cost and proposed location.

Governments will pay more into Oregon public…

Governments will pay more into Oregon public…
Board increases are tempered by healthy investment earnings at end of 2021 as unfunded liability shrinks.

Sunday farmers market returns to Lake Oswego

Sunday farmers market returns to Lake Oswego
Lake Grove vendors will offer fresh produce and hot food each Sunday through November

Podiatrist sets up shop in Lake Oswego

Podiatrist sets up shop in Lake Oswego
Oregon Institute of Foot Care owner Tyler Manson believes technology, less painful treatments set him apart

TriMet seeks comment on bus service improvements,…

TriMet seeks comment on bus service improvements,…
The regional transit agency is considering changing 80% of its bus service in a 'Forward Together' concept.

Xfinity van to cruise into Woodburn

Xfinity van to cruise into Woodburn
Comcast announced that the company will debut a mobile store this coming weekend in Woodburn and Hubbard.

Sandelie Golf Course set to close for the winter,…

Sandelie Golf Course set to close for the winter,…
After 53 years in business, the golf course in West Linn will reopen with new ownership and a new layout.

Get paid to spend your summer in the Mt. Hood…

Get paid to spend your summer in the Mt. Hood…
Forest service accepting applications for seasonal positions, assignments for summer 2023 until Oct. 6

Kennemer receives small business honors

Kennemer receives small business honors
Senator Bill Kennemer is honored for his work by the National Federation of Independent Business.

Corbett Fire seeks support for November bond ask

Corbett Fire seeks support for November bond ask
Quartet of community meetings to bring voters together to discuss future funding needs

PGE renewable energy program ranks No. 1 in nation

PGE renewable energy program ranks No. 1 in nation
The utility has held the top spot for 13 years for the largest participation in its clean power initiative.

Woodburn reveals Parr Road plans

Woodburn reveals Parr Road plans
City of Woodburn looks to gain jurisdiction over a portion of Butteville Road at Parr Road

Lake Oswego neighborhood pushes back against large…

Lake Oswego neighborhood pushes back against large…
Palisades is working with the city of Lake Oswego to create a district with standards that go beyond what local code requires

Recent college graduate purchases Lake Oswego juice…

Recent college graduate purchases Lake Oswego juice…
Lake Oswego resident Sydney Niermann uses investment money to become franchisee of Nekter Juice Bar in Kruse Village 

Oregon gas prices rising faster than anywhere in…

Oregon gas prices rising faster than anywhere in…
Fuel prices in Oregon spiked 50 cents per gallon over the last week - the sharpest spike of any state in the country.

Pink Ball Golf Tournament in Charbonneau raises…

Pink Ball Golf Tournament in Charbonneau raises…
About $74,000 was raised during the tournament held at Charbonneau Golf Club

Downtown businesses, campaign office vandalized…

Downtown businesses, campaign office vandalized…
Landlord Jordan Schnitzer says 'enough is enough' after suspect damages six properties.

Travel Dundee releases passport program for easier…

Travel Dundee releases passport program for easier…
Whether a foodie, a dog-lover or community oriented, the program provides something for everyone

Four industrial properties change hands in deals…

Four industrial properties change hands in deals…
The four new sales indicate a continued strong industrial real estate market in the Portland metro area.

Lake Oswego City Council concerned with cost hikes…

Lake Oswego City Council concerned with cost hikes…
Councilors express dismay at significant increases for project to build new wastewater treatment plant less than two months before vote on whether to…

Forest Grove City Hall to close during construction

Forest Grove City Hall to close during construction
Work is underway to remodel City Hall and build a two-story Development Services Annex.

Lake Oswego may impose street maintenance fee…

Lake Oswego may impose street maintenance fee…
The city wants to raise revenues to pay for the many pathway projects it has yet to complete

Businesses to display Oregon City's prize-winning…

Businesses to display Oregon City's prize-winning…
This year's paintings honoring 100th anniversary of Arch Bridge are downtown.

Troutdale incubator site to uplift Black farmers

Troutdale incubator site to uplift Black farmers
Multnomah County officials break ground on CROPS 2.0 to help train new generation of farmers

Plans for Stryker Park playground in Prineville…

Plans for Stryker Park playground in Prineville…
Kiwanis Club donates $50,000 for Phase 1 of a planned six-phase $1 million playground project slated for completion by summer of 2023

Google grants $85k to Columbia Gorge Community…

Google grants $85k to Columbia Gorge Community…
The money is intended to support the college's expansion of job training opportunities in high demand careers.

Clackamas County again looks to purchase hotel for…

Clackamas County again looks to purchase hotel for…
Sites near Highway 212 and Interstate 205 now under consideration for transitional housing.

Luxury apartments being built in Hillsboro's…

Luxury apartments being built in Hillsboro's…
The 18-acre development will offer more than 300 apartment units in a wooded site.

Electric buses awarded to Beaverton,…

Electric buses awarded to Beaverton,…
Portland General Electric says the new buses are eco-friendlier and quieter than existing models that run on diesel.

Brooklyn neighborhood PGE Linemen compete in 'Rodeo'

Brooklyn neighborhood PGE Linemen compete in 'Rodeo'
The Northwest's 'Lineman Rodeo' is back, showing skills on a very different kind of high wire.

Oregon DEQ gets new interim director

Oregon DEQ gets new interim director
Director Richard Whitman abruptly resigned three months early citing personal reasons.

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