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Lorentz Bruun Construction at 75 years

Lorentz Bruun Construction at 75 years

Norwegian immigrant's family building firm is still going strong after three quarters of a century in family hands.
Feds grant $800K for cleanup of former Oregon City paper…

Feds grant $800K for cleanup of former Oregon City paper…

Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde gets funds from Environmental Protection Agency
Safety is everyone's job

Safety is everyone's job

COLUMN: KEEP OREGON MOVING Even as drivers logged fewer miles, speeding, distracted and impaired driving all spiked last year.
Bill empowers PUC to discount rates for low-income customers

Bill empowers PUC to discount rates for low-income customers

The Oregon Senate vote sends legislation to Gov. Brown; fund guarantees advocacy in ratemaking proceedings.
Portland mulls building review reform to spur development

Portland mulls building review reform to spur development

The Design Overlay Zone Amendments proposal would streamline the building approval process while limiting public input in some cases.
Workers with mixed income sources get new jobless benefit

Workers with mixed income sources get new jobless benefit

State agency begins taking applications from wage earners with self-employment work.
Wyden, Merkley seek cash for Oregon tribal water projects

Wyden, Merkley seek cash for Oregon tribal water projects

Local water quality and services situation key to Senate legislation that has passed
Bridges over 217 mulled for Washington Square redevelopment

Bridges over 217 mulled for Washington Square redevelopment

A bike and pedestrian bridge may be built over Highway 217 as Tigard officials mull possibilities.
2021 Honda Ridgeline AWD Sport: Smart midsize truck choice

2021 Honda Ridgeline AWD Sport: Smart midsize truck choice

A redesigns make the unique truck look a more rugged, but it was always a good buy.
Bill fixes glitch and allows part-time workers to earn more

Bill fixes glitch and allows part-time workers to earn more

Unemployment benefits would not be reduced under legislation that goes to Gov. Brown.
Oregon's paid family leave program faces delay

Oregon's paid family leave program faces delay

Agency will seek to reschedule benefits to September 2023, a few months after the original target.
Boba tea shops fear tapioca shortage may reach Portland

Boba tea shops fear tapioca shortage may reach Portland

Some bubble tea shops are buying up the supply of tapioca balls before the shortage impacts business.
Blumenauer urges restaurants to seek federal aid now

Blumenauer urges restaurants to seek federal aid now

Registration is open, applications start May 3, for $28.6 billion that Oregon Democrat secured in recovery plan
Biden endorses Wyden overhaul of jobless benefits

Biden endorses Wyden overhaul of jobless benefits

Plan would tie payments to economic triggers and raise minimums paid by the states.
Harbor of Hope's rigid tents pop up in Portland camps

Harbor of Hope's rigid tents pop up in Portland camps

Stabler, warmer tents designed for Harbor of Hope are being road tested now before being mass produced for future Portland homeless camps.
Federal lawmakers hear need for child care support

Federal lawmakers hear need for child care support

Advocates say pandemic has worsened existing problems, but Congress is now paying attention.
Portland's COVID adventure continues

Portland's COVID adventure continues

Bustling street fairs and neighborhood celebrations were wiped out by COVID-19 caution in 2020, and even though vaccines are coming fast, organizers…
Pandemic recession comes with a twist: Jobs

Pandemic recession comes with a twist: Jobs

Oregon economist Josh Lehner says we are in strange times, with a sense of high unemployment and a worker shortage at the same time.
Office space? Yeah, we've got that in Portland

Office space? Yeah, we've got that in Portland

Pandemic, protests among several factors dragging down Portland's office space market.
Agency gears up for more unemployment benefit claims

Agency gears up for more unemployment benefit claims

But acting director says he does not expect new lockdowns to result in an influx similar to pandemic onset.
Bill proposes dental therapists to extend care in Oregon

Bill proposes dental therapists to extend care in Oregon

House passes plan to create state-licensed occupation between hygienists and dentists.
Bill gives homeowners two years to rebuild after wildfires

Bill gives homeowners two years to rebuild after wildfires

House plan requires insurance companies to allow more time after the 2020 Labor Day blazes.
Senate clears bill to ease motel conversions to housing

Senate clears bill to ease motel conversions to housing

Plan limiting land use challenges goes to Gov. Brown; federal money being used for purchases.
The End: Cameron's Books closes

The End: Cameron's Books closes

After 83 years Portland's oldest bookstore will close Saturday, April 24 due to the pandemic, econcomic woes and landlord pressure; packing required.
Linde to expand industrial gas production in Hillsboro

Linde to expand industrial gas production in Hillsboro

The U.K.-based producer of gases used in manufacturing, healthcare and agriculture says demand is growing.
Earning our trust

Earning our trust

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE North Portland's Meyer Memorial Trust headquarters is beautiful, functional and empowering
What's new in suburbia?

What's new in suburbia?

Homes in Reed's Crossing in South Hillsboro are selling briskly as millennials settle down and want urban touches in a work-from-home suburb
Daimler Trucks and PGE open Electric Island for fast EV…

Daimler Trucks and PGE open Electric Island for fast EV…

Daimler plans to begin producing electric semi-trucks in Portland in late 2022.
Agency would gain more leeway on recouping overpayments

Agency would gain more leeway on recouping overpayments

Senate bill would let Employment Department waive or reduce excess amounts paid to unemployed workers.
Burger wars

Burger wars

Fast food joints proliferate in Portland with Killer Burger adding fifth location

Springs Living breaks ground on 210 units in Happy…

Springs Living breaks ground on 210 units in Happy…
Senior community at 172nd Avenue and Sunnyside Road plans to create nearly 100 jobs

Panel: 'Urban core' needs community support

Panel: 'Urban core' needs community support
The Portland Business Alliance hears about problems and solutions for downtown at its monthly forum.

PBOT to spend $4 million on Fremont Street upgrades

PBOT to spend $4 million on Fremont Street upgrades
The Portland Bureau of Transportation says the improvements include repaving roads, adding street signs and curb ramps.

Oregon venues plead with Gov. Brown for reopening…

Oregon venues plead with Gov. Brown for reopening…
Art and entertainment facilities across the state are at risk of closing forever without relaxed COVID-19 restrictions.

Seven floors, four owners, one hope

Seven floors, four owners, one hope
Four public clients share space at the new Vanport Building on PSU's campus, condominium style.

Yes Brainer: Mobile game maker rakes in cash

Yes Brainer: Mobile game maker rakes in cash
Portland's Brainium mobile game company is flourishing as it turns games like Solitaire, Blackjack and Sudoku into phone ad gold.

Oregon House OKs unemployment tax relief for…

Oregon House OKs unemployment tax relief for…
Some can defer part of 2021 payments and qualify for partial forgiveness, trust fund target will be less.

Oregon Senate extends grace period for past-due…

Oregon Senate extends grace period for past-due…
Bill anticipates millions in state and federal aid for renters, landlords by new deadline of Feb. 28, 2022.

Wyden plan revamps aging U.S. unemployment benefit…

Wyden plan revamps aging U.S. unemployment benefit…
The acting state director likes economic triggers, but says other changes to the safety net need discussion.

Forge Parkour closing down

Forge Parkour closing down
Gym dedicated to the sport has to close due to COVID-19 shutdowns, high taxes and family real estate woes.

Lake Oswego development plan calls for…

Lake Oswego development plan calls for…
Proposal for buildings' ground floor corners will offer more inviting outdoor space.

All-new 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander is built for the…

All-new 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander is built for the…
The completely redesigned crossover is the only compact with a third row of seats standard.

Portland restaurants complain about 'high risk'…

Portland restaurants complain about 'high risk'…
Bars near Providence Park counted on big crowds from Friday night Thorns soccer game.

Clackamas County pushes back on COVID-19 risk level

Clackamas County pushes back on COVID-19 risk level
Elected officials, business leaders express frustration to Gov. Kate Brown over lack of two-week warning period.

Thriftway in Southwest Portland to become Trader…

Thriftway in Southwest Portland to become Trader…
Grocery chain aims to add store in Southwest Portland's Garden Home Marketplace plaza.

Applicants outpace Oregon commercial rent relief by…

Applicants outpace Oregon commercial rent relief by…
Business Oregon, the state agency administering the fund, says 2,600 applicants were accepted during first round of grant funding.

Clackamas County Business Alliance meets with Metro…

Clackamas County Business Alliance meets with Metro…
President Lynn Peterson, Councilor Christine Lewis discuss developments on horizon

Trinquons! Bollinger buys Ponzi Vineyards

Trinquons! Bollinger buys Ponzi Vineyards
Local pinot hero will be owned by a real French Champagne maker Bollinger; new CEO en route

House extends narrower foreclosure moratorium in…

House extends narrower foreclosure moratorium in…
Bill would set June 30, but allows Gov. Brown to continue it up to six months through executive orders.

Solo EV available in Portland

Solo EV available in Portland
The single-passenger all-electric runabout is only for sale in a handful other cities.

Bullseye: SERA moving downtown

Bullseye: SERA moving downtown
Famed Portland architect will move from Old Town to the downtown Target building now called Galleria.

Zidell's place to party: The Lot

Zidell's place to party: The Lot
In planned summer of fun, Blues Festival and Gay Pride will find a home in former shipyard as Zidell family makes the most of its fallow real estate.

Downtown and Old Town need housing

Downtown and Old Town need housing
COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE Recovery means not just reducing crime and vandalism but passing the Sunday morning test.

Old school tool shop grinds on in Lake Oswego

Old school tool shop grinds on in Lake Oswego
B&R Machine of Lake Oswego still runs the classic analog mills and drills, but the new generation of workers is trying to polish its image on TikTok.

Unemployment tax relief bill gets warm reception

Unemployment tax relief bill gets warm reception
Some business groups want state lawmakers to go further on a hammered-out compromise.

Bill eases conversion of Oregon motels for low-cost…

Bill eases conversion of Oregon motels for low-cost…
House vote sends legislation to the Senate to ward off potential legal challenges

Infiniti QX55 is a truly impressive crossover coupe

Infiniti QX55 is a truly impressive crossover coupe
The coming model combines sports car handling with crossover practicality in a stylish package.

Grand Ronde plans mixed-use development at…

Grand Ronde plans mixed-use development at…
Potential redevelopment of former paper mill site at Willamette Falls would remove about half of site's industrial buildings.

2021 Mercedes-AMG GLA35 4MATIC: Luxury hot hatch

2021 Mercedes-AMG GLA35 4MATIC: Luxury hot hatch
You can still call the performance subcompact a crossover if that you feel better.

Balancing challenges and optimism: Considerations…

Balancing challenges and optimism: Considerations…
The financial industry as a whole must embrace innovation and a new mindset to eliminate the barriers diverse-owned businesses face in areas such as…

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