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Portland Landscape Architecture and Design Tour: It's on

Portland Landscape Architecture and Design Tour: It's on

The annual MADS tour of stylish yards goes ahead in person this weekend even though the tour of houses is online only
Jeff Alworth pens another good book

Jeff Alworth pens another good book

The second edition of 'The Beer Bible' comes out Sept. 28, as the author strives for the 'authoritative' tome on brews.
Lam Research to open Sherwood facility

Lam Research to open Sherwood facility

The facility, which supplies semiconductor manufacturing equipment, will hire 300 people for the new site.
King City plans massive new development on 528 acres

King City plans massive new development on 528 acres

Mike Weston is putting the pieces together as King City looks to a spike in population.
Garbage in, houses out: Youth turning plastic into big…

Garbage in, houses out: Youth turning plastic into big…

Can-do Portlander brings everyone's favorite hot button issues - waste plastic and homelessness - together and offers a neat solution.
State progresses on rental aid, but still a metro pileup

State progresses on rental aid, but still a metro pileup

Payments increase four-fold, but almost 15,000 metro applications are incomplete or not yet reviewed.
Portland's Tight job market: tips for employers

Portland's Tight job market: tips for employers

Portlanders are picking and choosing their jobs as unemployment falls, and businesses must finesse their offerings to compete, says the PBA.
Benson Hotel becomes a Hilton Curio

Benson Hotel becomes a Hilton Curio

Portland's grand old lady will join Hilton's Curio Collection in October 2021 and get a makeover.
State panel OKs I-5 widening at Rose Quarter

State panel OKs I-5 widening at Rose Quarter

But Transportation Commission asks whether money is there for a cover to reconnect the Albina neighborhood.
Plans for Molalla roundabout move forward

Plans for Molalla roundabout move forward

The Oregon Department of Transportation lays out its reasons for a roundabout at Highway 213 and Toliver Road
Raising the bar on affordable housing

Raising the bar on affordable housing

New affordable housing features culturally sensitive design, sustainable construction and a sense of community.
Portland's Ned Flanders Crossing honors 'Simpsons' neighbor

Portland's Ned Flanders Crossing honors 'Simpsons' neighbor

Portland Transportation Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty unveiled the new name during a ceremony Sept. 9.
STEM Like A Girl all about inspiration

STEM Like A Girl all about inspiration

The nonprofit organization and book by the same name, by Sarah Foster, hopes to spark interest in STEM among girls.
Portland Community College's new skilled worker program

Portland Community College's new skilled worker program

A new PCC two-year Associate of Science degree aims to satisfy demand for skilled engineers.
Naito realignment: Waterfront bike and strolling paths are…

Naito realignment: Waterfront bike and strolling paths are…

The rebuilding of Naito Parkway in downtown Portland continues, using the pandemic downtime to prepare for the day when tourist fun returns
Wyden seeks more for housing vouchers, tax credits

Wyden seeks more for housing vouchers, tax credits

Oregon senator aims at provisions into a $3.5 trillion budget plan that awaits detailed work in Congress.
Wyden: Now is the time to fix flaws in jobless benefits

Wyden: Now is the time to fix flaws in jobless benefits

Senator speaks as 80,000 Oregonians stand to lose federal aid and prospects for renewal are nil.
2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross: Redesigned for more value

2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross: Redesigned for more value

The small crossover SUV is better looking, easier to operate and still bargain priced.
In-N-Out Burger to slide into Bridgeport Village area

In-N-Out Burger to slide into Bridgeport Village area

The retro fast food joint just officially bought the old Village Inn spot in Tualatin.
Career fair comes to the mall

Career fair comes to the mall

As benefits expire and workers reconsider their roles, Clackamas Workforce Partnership hosts four career fairs Clackamas Town Center.
2022 Subaru Ascent: Onyx Edition adds style, value

2022 Subaru Ascent: Onyx Edition adds style, value

The midsize crossover offers value and a new trim level in the competitive three-row SUV market.
Report: No evidence of anti-Black bias at state labor agency

Report: No evidence of anti-Black bias at state labor agency

An outside investigator hired by the Oregon Bureau of Labor & Industries dismissed the allegations of racism.
Workers may lose benefits if they disregard vaccine mandates

Workers may lose benefits if they disregard vaccine mandates

The Employment Department acting director says it hinges on a 'reasonable expectation' by an employer.
Oregon taxpayers will get record $1.9 billion back next year

Oregon taxpayers will get record $1.9 billion back next year

State economists offer estimates as they present quarterly revenue forecasts to lawmakers.
Flying drones that plant trees now have their own seed…

Flying drones that plant trees now have their own seed…

Former Beaverton tech startup DroneSeed purchases tree seed company Silvaseed to speed up wildfire reforestation.
Oregon jobs and wages are up in latest state report

Oregon jobs and wages are up in latest state report

Federal benefits are set to end Sept. 4 as the economy continues to recover from pandemic downturn.
Real estate rides rollercoaster in Clackamas County

Real estate rides rollercoaster in Clackamas County

Up and down market causes lots of dramatic changes for homebuyers since COVID-19 hit
COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE <br><hr>Ursula…

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE

Ursula…

Net-zero architecture remind us that we can change the future - despite the dark visions of science fiction.
Oregon governor orders outdoor mask mandate starting Friday

Oregon governor orders outdoor mask mandate starting Friday

Some exceptions apply, but Brown says step is need to stem rising COVID-19 caseloads in Oregon.
Excitement brews for Clackamas County's first rooftop bar

Excitement brews for Clackamas County's first rooftop bar

Oregon City Brewing owner Bryce Morrow provides update on Beer Library coming to Canby

Highlighting Lake Oswego's Black-owned businesses

Highlighting Lake Oswego's Black-owned businesses
Monkey's Subs is one of Lake Oswego's Black-owned businesses that the Review is featuring in August.

2022 Volkswagen Taos: All-new crossover contender

2022 Volkswagen Taos: All-new crossover contender
VW enters the hot small SUV market with a well-designed and equipped two-row crossover.

Oregon jobs and wages are up in latest state report

Oregon jobs and wages are up in latest state report
Federal benefits are set to end Sept. 4 as the economy continues to recover from pandemic downturn.

COLUMN: Kris Strickler's KEEP OREGON MOVING…

COLUMN: Kris Strickler's KEEP OREGON MOVING…
The Disadvantaged Business Enterprise program is just one way ODOT diversifies the number of qualified companies we sign up for our work force.

2021 Toyota Highlander XSE: Sporty upgrades add to…

2021 Toyota Highlander XSE: Sporty upgrades add to…
The new version of the popular three-row SUV offers better looks and handling with compromising practicality.

WashCo seeks public input on Farmington/River…

WashCo seeks public input on Farmington/River…
Washington County planners settled on a roundabout last year. They now have a rough timeline for construction.

Education for trade-related industries adjusts to…

Education for trade-related industries adjusts to…
The new delta variant is forcing some changes, but business goes on for the essential workers in the trades.

Oregon City staff face discipline following…

Oregon City staff face discipline following…
Manager Tony Konkol says investigation provides 'no indication that the mistake was purposeful.'

Gov. Brown extends foreclosure moratorium one more…

Gov. Brown extends foreclosure moratorium one more…
Second extension to Dec. 31 is allowed under a 2021 state law; current federal halt ends Sept. 30.

Boxes, boxes everywhere

Boxes, boxes everywhere
What could higher shipping costs caused by an imbalance of shipping container locations mean for your holiday gifts?

Governor's new mask mandate a push to 'protect…

Governor's new mask mandate a push to 'protect…
Kate Brown says statewide order takes effect Friday, Aug. 13, as part of attempt to slow spread of delta variant.

Digital applications to remain norm for Clackamas…

Digital applications to remain norm for Clackamas…
First introduced during pandemic, system will increase customer access to services, development officials say

Construction of second OMIC building to start next…

Construction of second OMIC building to start next…
Second OMIC Research & Development building will focus research on 3D printing.

Survey shows discontent among downtown Portland…

Survey shows discontent among downtown Portland…
The Rose City Downtown Collective finds that COVID-19, homelessness, protests, and vandalism have taken a toll.

2021 Hyundai Venue: Urban econobox a good thing

2021 Hyundai Venue: Urban econobox a good thing
The practical and surprisingly fun to drive subcompact crossover offers real value.

Benson Polytechnic will close for renovations until…

Benson Polytechnic will close for renovations until…
CTE magnet school is one of three Portland high schools being modernized with bond funds.

The future is now for lifting on construction sites

The future is now for lifting on construction sites
'Exosuits' are being tested to help reduce back sprains, other injuries in construction sector.

State agency calls in vendor to help with rental…

State agency calls in vendor to help with rental…
The move is prompted by thousands of unprocessed applications from metro counties to pay landlords.

Governor: Health workers must get vaccinated or…

Governor: Health workers must get vaccinated or…
Brown takes steps as four big employers say they will act on their own despite a state ban.

Sport Source: Click to play

Sport Source: Click to play
Portland-made app that aims to be the Airbnb of renting sports facilities launches on IOS Aug 4.

U.S. Ag Secretary Vilsack: nation, Oregon facing…

U.S. Ag Secretary Vilsack: nation, Oregon facing…
While visiting with Willamette Valley farmers, the cabinet member says feds must match state in firefighting and fire prevention efforts.

2022 Honda Civic: The best yet

2022 Honda Civic: The best yet
A complete redesign improves everything about the best-selling compact car in the country.

Gov. Brown: Oregon leads push for carbon-free power

Gov. Brown: Oregon leads push for carbon-free power
Ceremony on Portland's 'Electric Island' recognizes package of bills that also aid low-income households.

CEO: Rising crime spurs closure of SE Portland…

CEO: Rising crime spurs closure of SE Portland…
The unionized burger joint in Portland's Lents neighborhood is no longer safe for employees, says Burgerville CEO Jill Taylor.

BIPOC marketplace returns Aug 6, 7 and 8

BIPOC marketplace returns Aug 6, 7 and 8
Backed by Prosper Portland and Travel Portland, the market showcases BIPOC-owned vendors, mostly from the beauty and food industries.

The incredible life of Joachim Grube

The incredible life of Joachim Grube
COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE The renowned architect's book serves as a reminder to all of us about living our lives to the fullest.

Most WorkSource Oregon offices reopen to help job…

Most WorkSource Oregon offices reopen to help job…
State says 35 of the 39 offices now accept in-person appointments for job matching and skills training.

State panel will consider rules for climate-change…

State panel will consider rules for climate-change…
Advocacy groups want higher target for reduced greenhouse gases than proposed by Gov. Brown and state agency.

Street of Dreams for everyone

Street of Dreams for everyone
2021 mansionfest features in Happy Valley three mega homes and some sleeping pods plus a second site with more modest homes

To loan is human, to forgive, divine

To loan is human, to forgive, divine
Small Business Administration sets up portal to make Paycheck Protection Program loan forgiveness a breeze.

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