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Oregon businesses returning jobs lost to shutdown

Oregon businesses returning jobs lost to shutdown

August unemployment rate drops to 7.7% as key industries add employees back to their payrolls.
COLUMN: Should Portland memorialize the events of 2020 with…

COLUMN: Should Portland memorialize the events of 2020 with…

How can design commemorate the tragedies and struggles of this extraordinary year?
Wildfire aftermath adds to Employment Department workload

Wildfire aftermath adds to Employment Department workload

The agency will prioritize benefit claims in some areas and will make federal disaster aid available.
COLUMN: Current revenue drop presents future problems for…

COLUMN: Current revenue drop presents future problems for…

As people drive less and cars ger more fuel efficient, Oregon's reliance on the gas tax will lead to a budget deficit by 2024.
Second committee to support Metro measure for Portland,…

Second committee to support Metro measure for Portland,…

The announcement comes the day after opponents of the $5.2 billion transportation measure admit missing a critical deadline.
Employment Department takes step toward new computer system

Employment Department takes step toward new computer system

Contract talks will start with FAST Enterprises, which has done two other state projects.
Fires: I-5 bridge closure postponed

Fires: I-5 bridge closure postponed

Trunnion repair work won't take place Sept 12-20 to keep fire evacuation traffic flowing.
ODOT pins hopes for I-5 Rose Quarter plan on Black voices

ODOT pins hopes for I-5 Rose Quarter plan on Black voices

Oregon Department of Transportation shuts down Community Advisory Committee, announces creation of Historic Albina Advisory Board.
TriMet: Steel Bridge to reopen Sunday

TriMet: Steel Bridge to reopen Sunday

The improvement project was intended to replace 8,680 feet of rail, as well as update the signaling system and safety features to improve reliability.
Peak Portland, Japan-style

Peak Portland, Japan-style

High end camping store Snow Peak hopes to buck retail trend with new store and HQ on Northwest 23rd Ave.
Is COVID an act of God?

Is COVID an act of God?

Construction attorneys sort through HB 4204 and its impacts on the industry.
Fires postpone I-5 bridge closure

Fires postpone I-5 bridge closure

Trunnion repair work won't take place Sept. 12-20 to allow flow of fire evacuation traffic.
NuScale mini nukes approved

NuScale mini nukes approved

U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission OKs Portland-based NuScale Power's small modular reactor, to be built in eastern Idaho.
North Anchor representatives share details on hotel,…

North Anchor representatives share details on hotel,…

Key players in large development share updates during public meeting this week.
COLUMN: Businesses remain confident, poised during uneven…

COLUMN: Businesses remain confident, poised during uneven…

To maintain this momentum, it will be imperative retailers' market themselves as safe and trustworthy businesses to attract new customers and retain…
Big pizza faces worker shortage

Big pizza faces worker shortage

Greater Portland Domino's Stores are looking to hire 275 team members as sales increase during pandemic
Pamplin President: Essential workers keep us moving. Now,…

Pamplin President: Essential workers keep us moving. Now,…

This Labor Day brings the value of workers into sharp focus. Thank you for all you do.
Portland Clean Energy Fund awards $200K, millions to follow

Portland Clean Energy Fund awards $200K, millions to follow

Portland Clean Energy Community Benefits Fund announces capacity-building grants for 40 local organizations and nonprofits.
Beaverton Area Chamber of Commerce head to leave post

Beaverton Area Chamber of Commerce head to leave post

Lorraine Clarno told chamber members and supporters her last day will be Oct. 2.
COLUMN: Economic relief needs to be targeted to those who…

COLUMN: Economic relief needs to be targeted to those who…

For small business to survive beyond the pandemic, we must be willing to tackle structural inequality.
An office where people will want to be

An office where people will want to be

The city's first Living Building Challenge-certified project is about not just sustainable materials but cultivating a sense of place.
Debate heats up over bill to bar business tax changes

Debate heats up over bill to bar business tax changes

Business and service advocates may argue at a future session, though lawmakers did not take it up.
Oregon adds 20,500 jobs as industries slowly recover

Oregon adds 20,500 jobs as industries slowly recover

State has regained about 38% of the jobs cut in March and April as part of the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown.
Get ready, readers: Powell's City of Books to partially…

Get ready, readers: Powell's City of Books to partially…

The downtown Portland bookstore will reopen two sections Friday after reopening its Beaverton outlet.
The time is now for diversity, equity in the construction…

The time is now for diversity, equity in the construction…

Construction companies are working hard to be more inclusive and promote the ideals of diversity, equity and inclusion.
Design Week cracks the affordable housing code

Design Week cracks the affordable housing code

Zoom-based panel discussion Thursday evening to explore what it takes to create the next generation of affordable apartments.
Laika to lay off 50 to keep COVID-19 at bay

Laika to lay off 50 to keep COVID-19 at bay

Hillsboro animation studio tells state officials that layoffs are necessary to 'keep its employees safe.'
Beaverton launches new grant program to help small…

Beaverton launches new grant program to help small…

The Beaverton Business Recovery Program will award more than $2 million in grants to eligible small businesses.
DMV finding new ways to do business

DMV finding new ways to do business

COVID-19 has changed how everyone does business, but it has resulted in some progressive changes for the DMV.
Portland Building: Spiffed up, shiny and empty

Portland Building: Spiffed up, shiny and empty

Newly renovated Portland Building might never get back throngs of city workers.

Six-story building approved for the Tigard Triangle

Six-story building approved for the Tigard Triangle
The Overland will feature 219 apartments, 6,000 square feet of office space for tallest structure in the Tigard Triangle.

Multnomah County: Gas tax revenue plummets, layoffs…

Multnomah County: Gas tax revenue plummets, layoffs…
Normal road revenue of $15 million to drop by 15%, cuts expected for county transportation department, officials say.

Private market in downtown Portland struggles with…

Private market in downtown Portland struggles with…
Brokers find stagnant leasing market downtown due to COVID-19, the economy and the riots.

Zelda levels up

Zelda levels up
Libby Hartung finds a new way to do business during pandemic - and Zelda's Shoe Bar may never be the same again.

Traveling toward better days ahead

Traveling toward better days ahead
Recent study shows that while many sectors of the economy will struggle until the virus is gone, the leisure and hospitality industry may not have a…

Debate heats up over bill to bar business tax…

Debate heats up over bill to bar business tax…
Business and service advocates may argue at a future session, though lawmakers did not take it up.

Wyden: Trump orders on jobless benefits 'a ploy,'…

Wyden: Trump orders on jobless benefits 'a ploy,'…
Oregon Democrat decries stalled talks between the administration and congressional Democrats.

State agencies, financial institutions prepare to…

State agencies, financial institutions prepare to…
Lawmakers set aside $35 million for people still awaiting benefits, who were denied or who did not apply.

The new rules for business

The new rules for business
COLUMNMask mandates due to the coronavirus pandemic put onus on business owners throughout Oregon.

Killer on the loose

Killer on the loose
More peanut butter and pickle bacon burgers coming to the I-5 corridor, if franchisees bite

Oregon is now Real ID compliant -- but what does…

Oregon is now Real ID compliant -- but what does…
Appointments and a mask are now required in order to visit an Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles field office.

Minorities batting 51% at convention center remodel

Minorities batting 51% at convention center remodel
NAMC-OR's equity report shows successes at the Oregon Convention Center Renovation Project.

South Cooper Mountain construction continues…

South Cooper Mountain construction continues…
Beaverton city officials hopeful for affordable housing units in the area as single-family home permits slow down.

Oregon governor announces new equity forum, details…

Oregon governor announces new equity forum, details…
Specifics are sparse about the initiative that Gov. Brown brings up at the Oregon Business Plan Leadership Summit.

Sparks fly again: Electrician apprentice training…

Sparks fly again: Electrician apprentice training…
Electrician apprentice training center reopens under new normal, with social distancing and arrows on the floor

Sportswear giant Nike to lay off 500 workers

Sportswear giant Nike to lay off 500 workers
The cuts to Nike's corporate workforce at its Beaverton-area world headquarters will be permanent.

Thousands of Oregonians in limbo as Congress fusses…

Thousands of Oregonians in limbo as Congress fusses…
Political tussle focusing on $600-a-week payments hits home for more than 130,000 people across the state.

Business leaders plan for equitable economic…

Business leaders plan for equitable economic…
Getting COVID-19 under control is key to moving forward, report to be presented at leadership summit says.

Study: Discrimination in Portland widespread at…

Study: Discrimination in Portland widespread at…
The Portland Business Alliance releases a sobering study; Black Portlanders say the news is far from a surprise.

Lawmakers back $62 million for Black families,…

Lawmakers back $62 million for Black families,…
Split vote reflects questioning by some Republicans, and a legal opinion, about its racial focus.

Design By listening

Design By listening
Bora Architects broadens its perspective, resulting in a better building for Portland Community College.

Clackamas County to approve three Metro bond…

Clackamas County to approve three Metro bond…
The 413 units in Happy Valley and Oregon City would fulfill 51% of funding goal.

Oregon Legislature's budget writers unveil…

Oregon Legislature's budget writers unveil…
Lawmakers would shield education and other programs, but still seek $387 million in cuts.

ODOT decisions look throughthe climate change lens

ODOT decisions look throughthe climate change lens
Column: Cleaner air and a redution in traffic are just two of the benefits of ODOT's focus on climate change.

Oregon recovers nearly one-third of jobs lost since…

Oregon recovers nearly one-third of jobs lost since…
Oregon's unemployment rate lowered to 11.2%, in line with national statistics.

PGE, Pacific Power are taking the interstate…

PGE, Pacific Power are taking the interstate…
Initiative calls for charging sites along I-5 corridor for electric big rigs, delivery trucks.

Column: Coming out of this recession stronger than…

Column: Coming out of this recession stronger than…
GPI leading the way in regional recovery planning with specific actions set for the next two years.

Small business bond sale canceled because of…

Small business bond sale canceled because of…
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…

Clackamas County mulls private partner to build…
Commissioners vote 4-1 to approve hiring consultant to find developer for replacement project.

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