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Coming out of this recession stronger than before

Coming out of this recession stronger than before

GPI leading the way in regional recovery planning with specific actions set for the next two years.
Small business bond sale canceled because of COVID-19

Small business bond sale canceled because of COVID-19

Struggling businesses dealt double blow because Oregon Lottery revenues to support the bonds are down too much.
Blazers guard CJ McCollum debuts signature wine

Blazers guard CJ McCollum debuts signature wine

'McCollum Heritage 91' will be available for purchase this fall after player steps up his interest in the industry
Clackamas County mulls private partner to build courthouse

Clackamas County mulls private partner to build courthouse

Commissioners vote 4-1 to approve hiring consultant to find developer for replacement project.
Untagged: Western work store survives unscathed

Untagged: Western work store survives unscathed

The Portland Outdoor Store is still in business despite the stresses of downtown vandalism and rioting.
Crestview Crossing project underway

Crestview Crossing project underway

Large effort to construct housing and commercial space begins to take form on Highway 99W near medical center
DEQ issues fourth-largest penalty ever to Cornelius business

DEQ issues fourth-largest penalty ever to Cornelius business

Agency says Construction Materials Recycling has been storing industrial waste without permits for years.
Supreme Court hears union challenge to 2019 public pension…

Supreme Court hears union challenge to 2019 public pension…

Lawyers argue about diversion of future contributions to pay current retirees, salary cap in 2019 law.
Wyden lends political muscle to 'supercharged' unemployment…

Wyden lends political muscle to 'supercharged' unemployment…

Oregon senator speaks out as state whittles backlog of 70,000 claims from newly eligible people.
Trade groups change training

Trade groups change training

As the pandemic continues, trades associations revamp, postpone and adapt training programs to meet the needs of the industry.
Bravo and out

Bravo and out

Portland restaurant group Toro Bravo Inc. is going out of business as management retreats.
Governor: Black community support key to I-5 Rose Quarter…

Governor: Black community support key to I-5 Rose Quarter…

Turmoil broke out on the steering committee guiding the Oregon Department of Transportation's project on Interstate 5.
The beginning of the Ned

The beginning of the Ned

Flanders Crossing bridge starts construction this week, eventually bringing a bike-friendly bridge to the Pearl and Northwest Portland
Small businesses can help drive tourism recovery

Small businesses can help drive tourism recovery

Despite the damage done to the tourism industry, there are redemptive actions that can be taken.
The Mary Ann affordable housing breaks ground

The Mary Ann affordable housing breaks ground

Metro bond makes its mark in in Old Town Beaverton, promising 54 apartments by the end of 2021.
Gov. Brown praises extension of eviction moratorium through…

Gov. Brown praises extension of eviction moratorium through…

Legislature replaces her April 1 order, but sets new deadline and 6-month grace period for rent owed.
Three landmarks, and a city continually remade

Three landmarks, and a city continually remade

Twenty years ago, the Fox Tower, Lan Su Chinese Garden, and the Wieden + Kennedy Agency World Headquarters designs changed the city.
Affordable college, affordable housing

Affordable college, affordable housing

Portland Community College's proposed Metro Center aims to change the way people get on the further education ladder and find work.
Going virtual with interior design

Going virtual with interior design

Virtual, augmented reality for construction projects finds perfect fit amid COVID-19 pandemic.
Portland protests: $30 million bill for police, businesses

Portland protests: $30 million bill for police, businesses

After more than three weeks of demonstrations, Police Chief Chuck Lovell says the police bureau has spent $6 million so far.
Intense change comes with opportunity for our region

Intense change comes with opportunity for our region

Creating a truly regional economy that works for all residents of Greater Portland is crucial to our long-term livability.
Report: Focus on construction phase of I-5 Rose Quarter…

Report: Focus on construction phase of I-5 Rose Quarter…

A peer review panel assessment of the I-5 Rose Quarter Improvement project also calls for closer work with the community and partners going forward
Interstate Bridge Replacement Project takes a step forward

Interstate Bridge Replacement Project takes a step forward

Greg Johnson will lead the charge to replace the Interstate 5 bridge between Oregon and Washington.
Facebook announces new Prineville data center expansion

Facebook announces new Prineville data center expansion

Construction has begun on 450,000 square-foot addition to facility that will bring the building total to nine
How to hire great leaders

How to hire great leaders

Setting a few critical steps in place will boost the chances for success when it comes to finding the best person for the job
Downtown Rockwood market hall gets redesign

Downtown Rockwood market hall gets redesign

Gresham Mayor Shane Bemis voices concerns about completing long-brewing development
Press play: The Vera opens

Press play: The Vera opens

Affordable housing building with 203 units opens near South Waterfront with a money-saving virtual flourish.
More than just a credit score

More than just a credit score

A new loan program's forgivable, flexible terms rewards entrepreneurs for building solid business habits
24 Hour Fitness closing two Portland-area gyms

24 Hour Fitness closing two Portland-area gyms

No more lifting at 4145 S.W. Watson Ave. and 2913 N.E. 72nd Drive due to the gym chain's COVID-19 bankruptcy
Making some upgrades to the Interstate Bridge

Making some upgrades to the Interstate Bridge

It's time to plan ahead for the Sept. 12-20 closure of the northbound portion of this critical piece of infrastructure.

New guidance for Paycheck Protection Program loans

New guidance for Paycheck Protection Program loans
Non-financial felons catch a break with a look-back period reduced from five years to one, but it's business as usual for frauds and embezzellers

Unboxing the apology: Digital Trends gets…

Unboxing the apology: Digital Trends gets…
Tech news and gadget review company sends a seven-point missive to staff and readers

Blue Star Donuts closes more stores

Blue Star Donuts closes more stores
Dough, sugar and fat purveyors shutter four Portland-area stores, including downtown flagship.

Cities see slight slowdowns in construction during…

Cities see slight slowdowns in construction during…
While lenders get tight as economy falls into recession projects already underway continue at a steady clip.

A time of opportunity and healing

A time of opportunity and healing
Forest Grove Mayor Pete Truax encourages all of us to find our common ground and come together in peace.

Reduced traffic leads to drop in Oregon fuel tax…

Reduced traffic leads to drop in Oregon fuel tax…
Economist tells lawmakers it's unknown whether easing restrictions will change commuting patterns.

Kenechi Onyeagusi: A crusader for construction

Kenechi Onyeagusi: A crusader for construction
The new executive director of Professional Business Development Group is ready to add her voice to conversations in the industry

Business Bits

Business Bits
A quick-read roundup of the latest news to keep small business owners in the know.

The Riveter coworking space closes

The Riveter coworking space closes
Woman-owned and run space in Central East Side was victim of coronavirus, along with eight other Riveters

Headwinds at Portland International Airport

Headwinds at Portland International Airport
The effects of the coronavirus have resulted in a severe drop in both passengers and revenue for the airport.

Employment: New director, clear priorities, same…

Employment: New director, clear priorities, same…
Brown replaces Employment Department director as claims pile up and calls left unanswered.

Small Biz Spotlight: From obstacles to opportunity

Small Biz Spotlight: From obstacles to opportunity
When it comes to the clouds of COVID-19, the team at Scott Edwards Architecture looks for the silver linings

Gov. Brown fires Oregon Employment Department…

Gov. Brown fires Oregon Employment Department…
She names interim leader a day after legislative hearing critical of agency during pandemic downturn.

Rioters inflict 'millions' in damage to downtown…

Rioters inflict 'millions' in damage to downtown…
Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler, Commissioner Hardesty, the deputy police chief and others reflect on a night of unmatched violence.

Downtown Portland retailers reopen but customers…

Downtown Portland retailers reopen but customers…
Downtown brick-and-mortar stores see a trickle of shoppers as Oregon 'reopens'

Legislators get 2nd chance to quiz employment…

Legislators get 2nd chance to quiz employment…
Director: 'I do apologize' to thousands with claims; but House panel wants to probe further.

Understanding 'right to work refusals'

Understanding 'right to work refusals'
As Oregon businesses begin reopening there are certain protocols that employers should be aware of.

Work underway at new Portland Community College…

Work underway at new Portland Community College…
Construction continues on Portland Community College center in Columbia County, and is expected to open next year.

Oregon releases (un)employment data by county and…

Oregon releases (un)employment data by county and…
April numbers show the coast had it worst, while the Portland area had it best.

Work underway at new Portland Community College…

Work underway at new Portland Community College…
Construction continues on Portland Community College center in Columbia County; college expects opening next year

Coronavirus necessitates changes at construction…

Coronavirus necessitates changes at construction…
Portland-area construction companies, task force partner to protect trades workers from COVID-19 exposure.

Historic vote greater than the sum of its parts

Historic vote greater than the sum of its parts
The outcome of last week's election gives us hope for a stronger future that would have made Commissioner Nick Fish proud.

Popina Swimwear to close Pearl District store for…

Popina Swimwear to close Pearl District store for…
Hollywood boutique will remain open, but ladies swimwear has been hit hard by social distancing

Taking it to the streets

Taking it to the streets
Broadening how we use our roadways is a silver lining to the dark cloud of the coronavirus.

Self service at most Oregon gas stations ends on…

Self service at most Oregon gas stations ends on…
The temporary rule change allowing self-service at gas stations expires at midnight on May 23.

WHY I AM A JOURNALIST Part 2: The bill is coming due

WHY I AM A JOURNALIST Part 2: The bill is coming due
People need to get accustomed to paying for real journalism just as they do for clean water

Cities study I-205 tolling, but West Linn mayor…

Cities study I-205 tolling, but West Linn mayor…
Officials from the three cities will work with Clackamas County to advise ODOT on tolling plans from Stafford Road to OR 99E.

2020 VW Atlas Cross Sport: Big value, smaller…

2020 VW Atlas Cross Sport: Big value, smaller…
The new two-row midsize crossover retains all the strenghs of its three-row sibling

Jobs: Very bad news

Jobs: Very bad news
Coronavirus fears flip Oregon unemployment rate from 3.5% to 14.2% in eight weeks

Court: Oregon governor's stay-at-home rules still…

Court: Oregon governor's stay-at-home rules still…
The Supreme Court put on hold a Baker County ruling, sought by churches, to overturn orders on constitutional grounds.

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