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Oregon's fuel tax rises again, even as drivers buy less gas

Oregon's fuel tax rises again, even as drivers buy less gas

Oregon motorists will pay two cents more at the pump starting in 2022, according to the Oregon Department of Transportation.
I-5 Bridge Replacement program to study transit, tolling

I-5 Bridge Replacement program to study transit, tolling

Major decisions on the project to replace the aging span between Oregon and Washington may be delayed from March to June.
Oregon's aging workforce is only getting older, new report…

Oregon's aging workforce is only getting older, new report…

The report found nearly one in four jobs in Oregon is held by a worker aged 55 or older.
Oregon ponders how to spend feds' $1.2B on transportation

Oregon ponders how to spend feds' $1.2B on transportation

State gets $400 million to spend at its discretion while feds specify uses for the rest.
Oregon OKs $66M for transfer of 82nd Avenue to Portland…

Oregon OKs $66M for transfer of 82nd Avenue to Portland…

The plan would make the highway into a city-maintained road. Final approval waits with the City Council.
Portland exploring new Willamette River park on east side

Portland exploring new Willamette River park on east side

A Willamette River park could be built beside the new Burnside Bridge if the design could include access ramps.
Competition for infrastructure cash will be fierce

Competition for infrastructure cash will be fierce

Engineers are ready to bat for road, light rail and high speed rail money in the Pacific Northwest, says local rep from WSP.
Look to the rooftops

Look to the rooftops

COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE Across America, Columbia Green is building a new generation of parks atop roofs. When will Portland get…
Multnomah County seeks design consultant for updated…

Multnomah County seeks design consultant for updated…

A new economical proposal could cost less than a previous proposal, and could withstand a major quake.
Strong economy pumps an extra $800M into Oregon tax coffers

Strong economy pumps an extra $800M into Oregon tax coffers

Early indicators are for more rebates, but state economist says collections will 'return back to earth.'
New money to bring new construction to Oregon

New money to bring new construction to Oregon

COLUMN: Kris Strickler's KEEP OREGON MOVING New opportunities await with federal infrastructure package.
Forecast: Pressures growing on housing market

Forecast: Pressures growing on housing market

The annual Housing Forecast hosted by the Home Builders Association of Metropolitan Portland resumed Tuesday.
Pearl District's iconic grain mill could be toast

Pearl District's iconic grain mill could be toast

Prosper Portland OKs the sale of the Centennial Mills site to developers who would be allowed to raze the abandoned building and water tower
Stain alive: Mom-and pop-store lands PDX bid

Stain alive: Mom-and pop-store lands PDX bid

Wood stain and sealant company Timber Pro Coatings will make thousands of gallons of the stain needed for the airport's new Doug fir roof
Gov. Brown weighs special session on tenant protections,…

Gov. Brown weighs special session on tenant protections,…

The Oregon governor does so after state agency announces it will exhaust federal money, call pause on new applications.
Oregon gets $1.2 billion boost in federal transportation aid

Oregon gets $1.2 billion boost in federal transportation aid

State hopes to get more in grants for Rose Quarter, Columbia River bridge projects on Interstate 5.
Oregon to receive $5 billion from federal infrastructure…

Oregon to receive $5 billion from federal infrastructure…

The U.S. House approved the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act late Friday.
Wine industry reflects on impacts of virus, wildfires

Wine industry reflects on impacts of virus, wildfires

A decline in production coincided with increased demand during a unique stretch in the 2020 harvest.
Appraisal: Oregon City marina land worth over $1 million

Appraisal: Oregon City marina land worth over $1 million

Expert says Sportcraft Landing should be paying at least three times previous rent payments
Q&A: Oregon federal infrastructure investments

Q&A: Oregon federal infrastructure investments

A lot of decisions remain to be made on spending the state's $5.4 billion share of the federal act.
Portland ice cream chain Salt & Straw expanding in Beaverton

Portland ice cream chain Salt & Straw expanding in Beaverton

Salt & Straw recently announced plans to open two new locations, including one in the Cedar Hills Crossing mall.
2022 Honda Civic Touring: Refined economy

2022 Honda Civic Touring: Refined economy

The new version of the best-selling compact car reaches new levels of sophistication.
Affordable housing near LO to serve families making $55K+

Affordable housing near LO to serve families making $55K+

Representatives from Mercy Housing Northwest answered community questions during a virtual meeting Oct. 21.
Experts: Many challenges to increasing public safety

Experts: Many challenges to increasing public safety

The Portland Business Alliance hears from a panel that cites problems caused by low police staffing, COVID-19 restrictions and more.
PHOTO: TIM HERMAN/INTEL CORPORATION - Margaret Henschel, one of the more than 50,000 Intel employees in the United States, moves through Fab 32, a high-volume manufacturing facility in Chandler, Arizona. Intel Corporation's U.S. manufacturing and research and development facilities are in Oregon, Arizona and New Mexico. They operate 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Under Intel's new hybrid policy, factory workers must still come in but office workers can choose to work from home.

Bunny suit, Dockers or Snuggie? Intel's new work from home…

Chip manufacturing giant will allow most office workers to choose between working from home or coming in
Click here: Oregon Historical Society library returns

Click here: Oregon Historical Society library returns

Two-year remodel includes digitized collections offering look into state's past
Columbia County asks PGE to donate Prescott Beach property

Columbia County asks PGE to donate Prescott Beach property

The county wants to add a wastewater treatment facility and amenities to the riverfront property.
Knights Exemplar: students fill brand new home for De La…

Knights Exemplar: students fill brand new home for De La…

Private Catholic school completes swish new campus at Northeast Killingsworth and 42nd Ave, right at the buzzer
For architects and students alike, it's back to school time

For architects and students alike, it's back to school time

Design professionals are needed to volunteer for the popular Architects in Schools program.
Self-rising Bob's Red Mill

Self-rising Bob's Red Mill

Flour and grain company is expanding next door to add more warehouse and distribution bays as business booms

Employers in line for unemployment payroll tax cut

Employers in line for unemployment payroll tax cut
Law will continue to replenish state trust fund, but businesses save estimated $2.2 billion over a decade.

That's mall, folks! Lloyd Center on the chopping…

That's mall, folks! Lloyd Center on the chopping…
UPDATE: Mayor Ted Wheeler and Proposer Portland have no plans to prevent the foreclosures of the Northeast Portland mall.

No, let me pay! Expensify set to go public

No, let me pay! Expensify set to go public
Expenses app with a home in Portland's First National Bank Building aims to go public, selling shares worth up to $302.1 million.

Fourth Portland Trader Joe's opens

Fourth Portland Trader Joe's opens
Trader Joe's Southwest Portland Store Opens in Raleigh Hills, bringing cookies and Two Buck Chuck closer to home.

Report: Multnomah County continues to lag in job…

Report: Multnomah County continues to lag in job…
Employment Department economist says 4 in 10 jobs regained, compared with 8 in 10 in rural areas and 66% statewide.

New leader chosen for Oregon paid family leave…

New leader chosen for Oregon paid family leave…
Karen Humelbaugh now leads the workforce training program and will take over as the Employment Department gears up.

2021 Toyota GR Supra: Striking and serious sports…

2021 Toyota GR Supra: Striking and serious sports…
The fifth generation Supra is the fastest and best handling ever, but also offers a turbocharged 2.0-liter engine that drops the price by $8,000.

Beaverton, Tigard, Hillsboro revitalized downtowns…

Beaverton, Tigard, Hillsboro revitalized downtowns…
Beaverton, Tigard and Hillsboro all receive Excellence on Main Street awards, accolades distributed by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department.

Retaining wall cracks keep Lake Oswego bridge closed

Retaining wall cracks keep Lake Oswego bridge closed
The best-case scenario would reopen the span in spring 2022 after structural issues are fixed.

Best workplace feature? Work-life balance, survey…

Best workplace feature? Work-life balance, survey…
Values and Beliefs Center poll takes a deep look at what makes people want when they choose jobs.

Portland Airport's wooden roof is taking shape

Portland Airport's wooden roof is taking shape
Ceiling selfies may replace carpet selfies at the Portland airport when the wavy mass timber roof is dropped into place next year.

Paid family leave program presses on

Paid family leave program presses on
Official says Oregon still on track for 2023 start despite discrimination complaint, staff departures.

234 apartments to sprout along Milwaukie…

234 apartments to sprout along Milwaukie…
7.2 acres will have five residential buildings with multiple garage and bike storage units

A clerestory to tell

A clerestory to tell
COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE This year's DeMuro Awards winners remind us that historic preservation is a civic act.

2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime: Perfect for the Pacific…

2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime: Perfect for the Pacific…
The compact crossover SUV can go 42 miles on electricity alone and comes standard with all-wheel-drive.

Oregon landlords get millions in back rent, but…

Oregon landlords get millions in back rent, but…
Oregon still faces backlog from tenants, but may qualify for more federal money that was unspent elsewhere.

OAME's virtual conference promises all kinds of…

OAME's virtual conference promises all kinds of…
The Oregon Association of Minority Entrepreneurs' Trade Show & Conference will be virtual again this year, in a woke and COVID world.

Bob's Red Mill heralded as gold standard in…

Bob's Red Mill heralded as gold standard in…
Global whole-grain brand based in Milwaukie awarded certification by Clackamas County

A year of wildfire cleanup and recovery

A year of wildfire cleanup and recovery
COLUMN: Kris Strickler's KEEP OREGON MOVING A year after the devastating wildfires of 2020, cleanup efforts continue along Oregon's roadways.

Westside Economic Alliance names new executive…

Westside Economic Alliance names new executive…
Gail Greenman, a West Linn resident and former Oregon Farm Bureau lobbyist, will lead the regional group.

Umpqua and Columbia Bank merge, Umpqua brand wins

Umpqua and Columbia Bank merge, Umpqua brand wins
Combined company will be the third largest regional bank on the West Coast, retaining the Umpqua name.

Oregon sets sessions on rules change in jobless…

Oregon sets sessions on rules change in jobless…
Workers could keep money if they cannot return to current jobs, but would have to be available for other jobs.

Wyden: Federal budget should cover social, climate…

Wyden: Federal budget should cover social, climate…
Senator: 'It is critical to get these reforms in place,' and lines up five for social support, climate action.

Building for an energy-efficient future

Building for an energy-efficient future
Sustainable Building Week 2021: Multidisciplinary event returns in hybrid format with in-person tours, online discussions.

Economic summit: Portland could do better

Economic summit: Portland could do better
First in-person meeting for new economic development leadership is high on getting Portland's mojo back

Train executive makes stops in L.A., Eugene and…

Train executive makes stops in L.A., Eugene and…
Aurora Jackson to Lead Northwest Pacific Transit & Rail at consultancy WSP USA

Blumenauer Bridge installation Oct. 8-11

Blumenauer Bridge installation Oct. 8-11
The larger part of PBOT's Congressman Earl Blumenauer Pedestrian and Bicycle was craned into place across I-84 near Lloyd Center over the weekend

Portland Clean Energy Fund offers up $60M for…

Portland Clean Energy Fund offers up $60M for…
The city's surcharge on large retailers has collected more cash than it can spend, with at least $100 million in the bank at present.

Cranes coming down in Portland

Cranes coming down in Portland
Portland has 15 cranes up at present, down from 23 in January 2021, as the future looks uncertain

73-unit Oregon City apartment complex sells for…

73-unit Oregon City apartment complex sells for…
84,360 square foot Forest Heights picked up by California-based real estate investment firm

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