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Wyden to take chair of U.S. tax-writing committee

Wyden to take chair of U.S. tax-writing committee

Oregon Democrat leads the tax-writing Senate Finance Committee for a second time.
Intel switches Swan for Gelsinger as CEO

Intel switches Swan for Gelsinger as CEO

'Now is the right time,' says the chipmaker, to switch leaders, bringing old guard Pat Gelsinger back into the fold.
COLUMN: ODOT has a plan for evolving to meet future needs

COLUMN: ODOT has a plan for evolving to meet future needs

ODOT's strategic action plan maps out priorities through 2023 and includes more than just building more roads.
Tigard moves forward with affordable senior housing

Tigard moves forward with affordable senior housing

City plans call for a 58-unit building near the Tigard senior center. To open by 2023.
Paycheck Protection Program gets a fresh start

Paycheck Protection Program gets a fresh start

Third iteration of the U.S. Small Business Administration's Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) will try to favor small banks and businesses for the…
Business owner's active life KO'd by coronavirus

Business owner's active life KO'd by coronavirus

COVID-19's affect on the elderly and people with preexisting conditions is well known; one young Oregonian shares how her life is beset by it.
Portland City Council pumps $67 million into urban renewal

Portland City Council pumps $67 million into urban renewal

The increase brings the total tax increment financing for the Interstate Corridor Urban Renewal project to $402 million.
The trades need YOU!

The trades need YOU!

New training program to bolster skilled trades workforce amid booming market, worker shortage.
Many get uninterrupted jobless benefits through March

Many get uninterrupted jobless benefits through March

Agency still faces work, but its director says 'Oregonians are not losing their lifeline.'
Wyden: Latest virus aid plan 'nowhere near enough'

Wyden: Latest virus aid plan 'nowhere near enough'

Despite wins, senator says, 'it's going to be a tough winter for a lot of Oregonians.'
FLIR sells for $8 billion

FLIR sells for $8 billion

Infra-red imaging company from Wilsonville, FLIR Systems, will be sold for $8 billion to Teledyne of southern California.
Federal aid extended for unemployment benefits

Federal aid extended for unemployment benefits

Trump finally signs bill with 11-week extension attached to government funding.
Most federal unemployment benefits will continue…

Most federal unemployment benefits will continue…

But a new benefit will be delayed for some who earn both regular and gig income.
2021 Mercedes-AMG GLS 63: Hot rod or SUV? You decide

2021 Mercedes-AMG GLS 63: Hot rod or SUV? You decide

The AMG version of the Mercedes luxury three-row SUV is nearly as fast as a C7 Corvette.
Oregon tobacco tax jumps $2 per pack, 65% vape tax hits

Oregon tobacco tax jumps $2 per pack, 65% vape tax hits

After voters approved the tax hike of tobacco products in November, the new taxes take effect Jan. 1 across Oregon.
Federal aid extended for unemployment benefits

Federal aid extended for unemployment benefits

Trump finally signs bill with 11-week extension attached to government funding.
Wyden: Latest virus aid plan 'nowhere near enough'

Wyden: Latest virus aid plan 'nowhere near enough'

Despite wins, senator says, 'it's going to be a tough winter for a lot of Oregonians.'
Landlords go to federal court to block new evictions…

Landlords go to federal court to block new evictions…

They argue that Oregon should offer full compensation for back rents due to them.
Financial assistance available for landlords of affordable…

Financial assistance available for landlords of affordable…

Washington County is supporting landlords as a residential eviction moratorium continues.
Monarch Tractor unveils all-new battery electric,…

Monarch Tractor unveils all-new battery electric,…

The company utilizes the latest autonomous hardware and software technology to provide driver-assist and driver-optional operations.
For 70,000 unemployed Oregonians, it's a waiting game

For 70,000 unemployed Oregonians, it's a waiting game

State official pins hopes on Congress, not the state Legislature's special session.
Virtual hearings set for four Oregon special session bills

Virtual hearings set for four Oregon special session bills

Evictions hiatus, school liability, to-go cocktails join funds for virus control and wildfires.
Gov. Brown orders tax breaks for small businesses hit by…

Gov. Brown orders tax breaks for small businesses hit by…

The governor and Legislature face a tight timeline to offer up assistance to Oregonians hurt by the economy.
Replacement Washington Park reservoir project reaches…

Replacement Washington Park reservoir project reaches…

The Portland Water Bureau hosts an online celebration to mark the completion of the $205 million underground reservoir.
ODOT: 'Strong opposition' from public on I-205 tolling

ODOT: 'Strong opposition' from public on I-205 tolling

Oregon Department of Transportation is preparing for the federal environmental evaluation phase of their Interstate 205 Toll project.
Mary Nolan to battle homelessness with Metro Council seat

Mary Nolan to battle homelessness with Metro Council seat

The wonkiest agency in the region just got a new elected leader at a time of unprecedented upheaval.
Local government promises more relief for Portland-area…

Local government promises more relief for Portland-area…

A group called the Greater Portland Economic Development District (GPEDD) and area local governing body Metro have unveiled a 47-point plan for…
Oregon lawmakers OK money for emergency food, wildfire costs

Oregon lawmakers OK money for emergency food, wildfire costs

But they defer millions more in coronavirus and other expenses to their 2021 session.
Wyden: Renew aid now for unemployed workers, businesses

Wyden: Renew aid now for unemployed workers, businesses

Senator sees 'enormous hurt' coming when benefits, loans expire at the end of the month.
Economist: We're not the way we were

Economist: We're not the way we were

Retired banker hedges his bets during his annual economic forecast before the Portland Business Alliance.

Employment Department computer project back on track

Employment Department computer project back on track
Agency reaffirms vendor for decade-old plan, but appeal period is still open.

Unemployment claim backlog drops despite workplace…

Unemployment claim backlog drops despite workplace…
Wilsonville center reports 14 cases but agency moves more employees to remote work.

OnPoint to open more in-store branches at Fred Meyer

OnPoint to open more in-store branches at Fred Meyer
The new branches include locations in Beaverton, Hillsboro, Cornelius, Tualatin and Tigard.

PGE and Daimler building 'Electric Island' to…

PGE and Daimler building 'Electric Island' to…
The charging stations are being installed outside of the Daimler Trucks North America headquarters on Swan Island.

City to implement construction excise tax

City to implement construction excise tax
The move was ratified by the Newberg City Council in a decision at its mid-November meeting

List grows longer for Oregon lawmakers' special…

List grows longer for Oregon lawmakers' special…
Other issues join highlighted extensions of eviction and foreclosure moratoriums.

Flanders Crossing bridge installation scheduled for…

Flanders Crossing bridge installation scheduled for…
Bike-ped bridge will connect Slabtown with the Pearl District and require a temporary closure of I-405 between Highway 26 and the Fremont Bridge

Multnomah County offers COVID-19 grants to…

Multnomah County offers COVID-19 grants to…
Applications are being accepted for the $7.6 million in available federal CARES Act funds.

Hyatt Place design approved

Hyatt Place design approved
City Council will have its say on Jan. 14 on the 23 story Hyatt hotel with residences at Northwest 12th and Flanders.

Thousands in Oregon face loss of federal…

Thousands in Oregon face loss of federal…
Wyden urges action now, but state director says a lapse in payments is looming.

Brown proposes $146 million for Employment Dept.…

Brown proposes $146 million for Employment Dept.…
Request covers federal money for computer system, start-up for paid family leave.

Virus outbreak fells 11 at Employment Department in…

Virus outbreak fells 11 at Employment Department in…
Acting director says building will remain open but more employees will work from home.

Restaurants ask legislators to help 'in time of…

Restaurants ask legislators to help 'in time of…
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown is considering a special session of the Oregon Legislature in December to address COVID-19 issues.

Huber's Cafe: Icon on the edge

Huber's Cafe: Icon on the edge
Portland's oldest restaurant is a classic eatery and gin joint - and the COVID-19 pandemic doesn't care

State economists: Tax collections remain stable

State economists: Tax collections remain stable
But they warn lawmakers about the pandemic persisting and no more federal aid.

Shopping 2020 style

Shopping 2020 style
Holiday shopping adapts to the hunkered down mood during the pandemic, with new highs in online sales and higher expectations of customer service.

Study shows construction workers struggle to afford…

Study shows construction workers struggle to afford…
Oregon among nation's least affordable states for construction workers to own a home.

Strike two: Dining tents can return, at a cost

Strike two: Dining tents can return, at a cost
The Amalfi restaurant on Fremont had just taken its $12,000 a month dining tents down. Now the governor says it can put them back up.

King of the trees

King of the trees
William/Kaven-designed home in the Portland forest wins prestigious architecture award for talking to the trees

COLUMN: An Eastside tower from the inside out

COLUMN: An Eastside tower from the inside out
5 MLK is big and prominent, yet it yields to its surroundings and fits in with the other recent construction at the Burnside Bridgehead.

Will the Burnside Bridge redesign soar -- or be an…

Will the Burnside Bridge redesign soar -- or be an…
A new Burnside Bridge is coming, and it's time to put the design in the driver's seat, writes Columnist Brian Libby.

Proposal extends Oregon evictions moratorium, with…

Proposal extends Oregon evictions moratorium, with…
Tenants would certify hardship; landlords could tap state fund under pending bill.

City plans for SW Portland growth despite MAX line…

City plans for SW Portland growth despite MAX line…
Metro measure defeat does not slow down West Portland Town Center planning schedule.

Port agrees to develop Gresham land

Port agrees to develop Gresham land
Two firms partner to market and build out the 48-acre industrial property next to Subaru

State economists: Tax collections remain stable

State economists: Tax collections remain stable
But they warn lawmakers about the pandemic persisting and no more federal aid.

Oregon unemployed will get their waiting-week…

Oregon unemployed will get their waiting-week…
The agency announces the first round will go out by Thanksgiving, but some face a longer wait.

Macy's at Lloyd Center closing

Macy's at Lloyd Center closing
Stores in Vancouver Mall, Clackamas Town Center, Washington Square Mall, and the Streets at Tanasbourne remain open.

COLUMN: Congestion plan will help the community on…

COLUMN: Congestion plan will help the community on…
In this month's Keep Oregon Moving column, Brendan Finn outlines plans for the future of transportation in the Portland metro area.

Higher payroll tax awaits Oregon employers in 2021

Higher payroll tax awaits Oregon employers in 2021
But state says rate is lower because pandemic accounts for only three months of a three-year period.

Business organizations oppose Brown's new COVID-19…

Business organizations oppose Brown's new COVID-19…
The Coronavirus Recovery Business Coalition sent the Oregon governor a letter with a five-point action plan to slow the spead of the virus without…

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