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Final U.S. House vote awaits Biden pandemic recovery plan

Final U.S. House vote awaits Biden pandemic recovery plan

Senate passes its version Saturday on a party-line vote; Merkley, Wyden vote yes.
Senate panel hears new rounds in landlord-tenant debate

Senate panel hears new rounds in landlord-tenant debate

Bills give more time for renters to pay back rent and landlords to take tax credit for unpaid rent.
Lawmakers poised to extend Oregon foreclosures hiatus

Lawmakers poised to extend Oregon foreclosures hiatus

Renewal would narrow scope to residential property; original ban ended in December.
Locked-down Portland levels up

Locked-down Portland levels up

Blocking vandals should get a little easier for downtown businesses with a recent city council decision.
New Seasons Market adding stores in Lake Oswego, Vancouver

New Seasons Market adding stores in Lake Oswego, Vancouver

Grocery store will move into old Palisades Market Place building in spring 2022.
Senate political fight squeezes unemployed Oregonians'…

Senate political fight squeezes unemployed Oregonians'…

State agency says payments may be interrupted as Congress works on massive recovery plan.
Robot waiter minimizes human contact at Portland-area bistro

Robot waiter minimizes human contact at Portland-area bistro

Bistro Royale in Beaverton uses robots, call buttons and remote payments to reduce contact during COVID-19.
Lights! Camera! More tax incentives

Lights! Camera! More tax incentives

Oregon's film industry hopes new legislation makes the state more attractive to production companies as COVID-19 shutdowns ease.
State tax collections buck pandemic unemployment trends

State tax collections buck pandemic unemployment trends

Legislative economists tell lawmakers that federal aid has made a difference, but growth will slow.
Fry's Electronics closes, leaving Wilsonville store barren

Fry's Electronics closes, leaving Wilsonville store barren

The retailer, which is based in California, cites the pandemic and 'changes in the retail industry' as reasons for the closure.
Applications now open for $150M Oregon landlord relief fund

Applications now open for $150M Oregon landlord relief fund

Oregon Housing and Community Services is now accepting applications online for Landlord Compensation Fund program.
Albertina Kerr building 150 units of affordable housing

Albertina Kerr building 150 units of affordable housing

Gresham campus will have 150 units for low-income caregivers and people with disabilities
COVID cuts $4.5 million from Oregon's wine tasting revenue

COVID cuts $4.5 million from Oregon's wine tasting revenue

State pandemic restrictions forced wineries to pivot and cut into the local industries' bottom line.
Getting charged up by the electric highway

Getting charged up by the electric highway

COLUMN: KEEP OREGON MOVINGThe West Coast Electric Highway is helping in the fight against climate change.
For Waechter, clarity begins at home

For Waechter, clarity begins at home

Hot shot Portland archtect designs and builds his firm's new office entirely out of mass timber, and will live on the top floor
Portland's economic Magic 8-Ball: Reply hazy, try again

Portland's economic Magic 8-Ball: Reply hazy, try again

New report shows who was hit hardest in 2020; predictions are vague for 2021 but don't look good for housing or hospitality
Agency shows how to lessen disruption to unemployment claims

Agency shows how to lessen disruption to unemployment claims

Automated phone line is a backup to internet access in aftermath of winter storms.
After ballot box fight, recreational pot shops hit Sherwood

After ballot box fight, recreational pot shops hit Sherwood

For Sheri Ralston, the push to sell marijuana in Sherwood was an uphill battle with a measure that took three times to pass.
Bybee Lake Logistics spot sold

Bybee Lake Logistics spot sold

Los Angeles-based Investment firm PCCP buys Bybee Lake Logistic Center I & II for $82.5 million.
Intel CEO's to staff: Be Number 1

Intel CEO's to staff: Be Number 1

New CEO Pat Gelsinger emails staff about four new priorities to be a semiconductor making giant again.
Skanska's new digs are an anti-virus fortress

Skanska's new digs are an anti-virus fortress

Construction firm moves out of the KOIN tower and into a vintage Portland building.
Work underway on 110 affordable apartments in North Portland

Work underway on 110 affordable apartments in North Portland

The Cathedral Village Apartments project is being developed by Catholic Charities of Oregon and Related Northwest.
Business Oregon: Change is coming

Business Oregon: Change is coming

Sophorn Cheang wants Business Oregon to refocus on rural economies, equity.
Density, mixed-use on the horizon for Washington Square area

Density, mixed-use on the horizon for Washington Square area

Tigard is refining its vision for the regional center, a site that includes parts of Beaverton and Washington County
Electronic device says who you are, and how loyal

Electronic device says who you are, and how loyal

SnowShoe's new CEO, Ned Hayes, talks about loyalty and hiring at the Portland retailer and software developer.
Job board for direct support professionals launches

Job board for direct support professionals launches

Positions working with people with disabilities jobs are plentiful, according to new job site Impact Oregon.
State close to catching up on unemployment benefits

State close to catching up on unemployment benefits

Computer system forces some claims to shift from one federal program to another.
Willamette Falls walkway concept approved

Willamette Falls walkway concept approved

Scaled-back pedestrian access along Willamette River to offer better views by 2024, spur redevelopment of former paper mill
State employment agency, Oregon Law Center unveil proposed…

State employment agency, Oregon Law Center unveil proposed…

Lawsuit aimed at speedier processing of claims and removal of language barriers.
Greater Portland Inc. chooses another new leader

Greater Portland Inc. chooses another new leader

Monique Claiborne of The Kenley Group will lead the economic development organization.

173 affordable apartments re-open in downtown…

173 affordable apartments re-open in downtown…
Central City Concern completes two-year renovation of Henry Building project at cost of $37 million.

Plans for world's largest log church emerge in…

Plans for world's largest log church emerge in…
Pastor Joe Wardlow fundraising $2.6 million to purchase 8.5-acre location on Beavercreek Road

Oregon seeks to make COVID-19 workplace rules…

Oregon seeks to make COVID-19 workplace rules…
Oregon's Occupational Safety and Health Administration says the rules will be repealed once the pandemic subsides.

Brewers and winemakers dodge deadly tax increases

Brewers and winemakers dodge deadly tax increases
Pandemic relief package provides greater certainty for craft beverage makers in Oregon, especially craft brewers, distillers, winemakers and cider…

Nike quits acres of office space in Beaverton area

Nike quits acres of office space in Beaverton area
The move comes after prolonged disruptions to the office market due to COVID-19, report says.

Some unemployment benefits will end Feb. 20

Some unemployment benefits will end Feb. 20
Declining average results in some recipients switched to another federal program.

Survey: Downtown businesses reeling from crises

Survey: Downtown businesses reeling from crises
A newly-released survey reveals many business owners have lost faith in the future of downtown.

Portland's family of bridges

Portland's family of bridges
COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE As these husband and wife authors remind us, Portland is all about its crossings.

200 units, six Portland eateries to open in Lake…

200 units, six Portland eateries to open in Lake…
The development project focuses on wellness for residential, retail destinations.

Locked in: New bridge installed over I-405

Locked in: New bridge installed over I-405
The Flanders Crossing bridge for bikes and pedestrians was installed on Jan. 23 by Wildish Construction.

CES hotel project gives way to apartments

CES hotel project gives way to apartments
Local developer scraps idea for seven story hotel and pivots to apartments.

In downtown Portland, they're the only one at the…

In downtown Portland, they're the only one at the…
White collar workplaces sit empty, except for pockets of resistance, across the Portland metro area

Albina Vision plans housing, theatre complex in…

Albina Vision plans housing, theatre complex in…
The Albina Vision Trust announced plans for more than 120 units of affordable housing, as well as a community playhouse.

Ava Roasteria HQ will add apartments to downtown…

Ava Roasteria HQ will add apartments to downtown…
The Main Street property will house a coffee shop, Ava headquarters and house 22 apartments.

Experts claim that higher taxes are driving people…

Experts claim that higher taxes are driving people…
Portland Business Alliance monthly forum's panel also say that there's work to be done on streamlining tax filing requirements and increasing…

Oregon missing middle housing law disrupts new…

Oregon missing middle housing law disrupts new…
The Wilsonville Planning Commission considers how dramatically to alter the code to allow for higher-density housing

2021 Subaru Crosstrek Sport: Better than ever

2021 Subaru Crosstrek Sport: Better than ever
An optional larger engine solves the one minor drawback of the compact crossover that seems designed for the Pacific Northwest.

COVID-19 cancels 2021 Portland International Auto…

COVID-19 cancels 2021 Portland International Auto…
The Metro Portland New Car Dealers Association, which owns and produces the show, promises it will return in February 2022.

Bonamici, Blumenauer pledge renewed effort for…

Bonamici, Blumenauer pledge renewed effort for…
Oregon owners say federal pandemic loans fall short of meeting their business needs.

Harder takes it easy with mass timber

Harder takes it easy with mass timber
Harder Mechanical's two story office on MLK will be subtly different thanks to mass- and cross-laminated timber.

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.

Gym owners frustrated by COVID-19 shutdown rules

Gym owners frustrated by COVID-19 shutdown rules
Washington feels relief but Oregonians must wait before reopening gyms; local owner flexes data study

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…

COLUMN: ODOT has a plan for evolving to meet future…
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.

Walen Construction gets swole after Russell…

Walen Construction gets swole after Russell…
Wilsonville firm merges with Russell Construction to compete on building retail and industrial buildings.

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…

Portland City Council pumps $67 million into urban…
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.

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