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Newberg's transitional housing program receives $140,000…

Newberg's transitional housing program receives $140,000…

Money funds caseworker, project manager, infrastructure for North Valley Friends Church's Peace Trail Village
Jefferson County sparks three million-dollar projects with…

Jefferson County sparks three million-dollar projects with…

County uses American Rescue Plan Act dollars to spur industrial development
New Health and Wellness Center celebrates opening to public

New Health and Wellness Center celebrates opening to public

The $11 million building houses both Jefferson County Public Health and Mosaic Medical clinic
Oregon unemployment rate drops to 3.6 percent in May

Oregon unemployment rate drops to 3.6 percent in May

State officials say state economy has regained 90% of jobs lost during pandemic
Pay raises, retention bonuses coming for Portland school…

Pay raises, retention bonuses coming for Portland school…

Board approves historic wage increase for custodians. Teachers and cafeteria workers will see COLAs and bonuses.
Leadership changing at Business for a Better Portland

Leadership changing at Business for a Better Portland

Retiring state Rep. Karin Powers, D-Milwaukie, to lead transition with founding executive director over the summer.
Clackamas County opens 48 public-housing units in Gladstone

Clackamas County opens 48 public-housing units in Gladstone

Redevelopment of building, purchased in 2019, came at a total cost of $19.4 million
Emergency repairs on NW Reeder Road made Wednesday

Emergency repairs on NW Reeder Road made Wednesday

The repair schedule changed after high traffic to Sauvie Island beaches during a heat wave.
Legacy Mount Hood raises $70,000 for robotic tables

Legacy Mount Hood raises $70,000 for robotic tables

New equipment to pair with nationally-recognized surgical robotics program, provide better care for patients.
Minimum wage will increase July 1 in Oregon

Minimum wage will increase July 1 in Oregon

Wages will increase to $14.75 for much of the Portland area, $13.50 for outlying areas.
PCC supports civil engineering workforce pipeline with new…

PCC supports civil engineering workforce pipeline with new…

PCC creates civil engineering tech program to develop workforce talent pipeline as field proves resiliency.
Oswego Lake architectural boat tour returns

Oswego Lake architectural boat tour returns

The event, where residents can take a boat ride along the lake and learn about lakeside homes, will be held Sept. 11.
Woodburn museum receives grant

Woodburn museum receives grant

Woodburn Museum and Bungalow Theater recently received a grant that will help with its ongoing restoration.
Historic Klondike Tavern in St. Helens reopens to the public

Historic Klondike Tavern in St. Helens reopens to the public

Grant money will help to revitalize the Klondike Tavern, which re-opened Friday, June 24.
Protesters attack businesses, Tesla Saturday night

Protesters attack businesses, Tesla Saturday night

Portland police make no arrests during vandalism because they were also busy elsewhere.
Sandy City Council approves emergency funds for road,…

Sandy City Council approves emergency funds for road,…

Atmospheric river, aging infrastructure lead to sinkhole on Strawbridge Parkway
TriMet dealing with assaults, staffing shortage

TriMet dealing with assaults, staffing shortage

The regional transit agency said it needs 350 more employees but driver safety is a big concern.
Part of I-84W to close over the weekend

Part of I-84W to close over the weekend

TriMet will close a portion of the Banfield Freeway until Monday, June 27 for MAX project.
World Athletics Championships in Oregon expected to bring…

World Athletics Championships in Oregon expected to bring…

The world's largest sporting track and field event is coming to Eugene on July 15 - an event expected to have huge economic impact from incoming…
The Hasson Company and Cascade Sotheby's International…

The Hasson Company and Cascade Sotheby's International…

The companies, which have large market shares in the Portland metro area and Bend, merge into one. 
Marion County's $692.6 million budget breaks record

Marion County's $692.6 million budget breaks record

Commissioners adopt a spending plan with emphasis on public safety and small-town infrastructure.
Clackamas Community College bridging connections with…

Clackamas Community College bridging connections with…

Pathways to support Wilsonville businesses needs through education discussed at June 15 summit
Providence St. Vincent nurses reject hospital contract

Providence St. Vincent nurses reject hospital contract

No strike date has been set yet at the hospital located in Southwest Portland.
News Briefs - Latourell Road bridge to be replaced

News Briefs - Latourell Road bridge to be replaced

Join cycling event along Gresham trails; Sign-up for Play Grow Learn camps; Juvenile salamanders in local ponds
Security Properties buys River Ridge Apartments in Tualatin…

Security Properties buys River Ridge Apartments in Tualatin…

Suburbs continue to see high demand and prices, low vacancy rates for multifamily rentals and properties.
Lake Oswego selling property to Metro for Boones Ferry Road…

Lake Oswego selling property to Metro for Boones Ferry Road…

The government agencies will begin soliciting bids from developers for a project that could bring 50 affordable housing units to town 
Providence nurses on proposed agreement: 'It's not good…

Providence nurses on proposed agreement: 'It's not good…

Nurses at St. Vincent Medical Center rejected the proposed contract by a 4-to-1 margin, ONA leadership said.
TriMet to cancel some bus lines in September

TriMet to cancel some bus lines in September

The regional transit agency is reducing service again because of its worst driver shortage.
Canby Utility announces workweek change

Canby Utility announces workweek change

The local utility will convert to a four-day workweek beginning July 5, sees plenty of positives in it
Oregon's biotech, life science sector surpasses $15.6b…

Oregon's biotech, life science sector surpasses $15.6b…

Sector becomes 'pivotal industry' according to a new economic impact report from the Oregon Bioscience Association.

West Linn ponders $14 million bond measure for…

West Linn ponders $14 million bond measure for…
The city must pay for a new waterline under the Abernethy Bridge, but also has other water needs.

Developer seeks to build RV park at Warren golf…

Developer seeks to build RV park at Warren golf…
Proposal would add 103 RV parking spaces to the nine-hole golf course, which closed after similar attempt in 2018.

Drive down to Gresham's electric avenues

Drive down to Gresham's electric avenues
City completes sweeping project to bring charging stations across community, from Rockwood to City Hall

Economic Development for Central Oregon names new…

Economic Development for Central Oregon names new…
EDCO Board of Directors' Executive Committee recently announced the appointment of Jon Stark as CEO, effective June 1

Drug bust landlord says he's innocent

Drug bust landlord says he's innocent
Bob Dale says he's just the landlord and knew nothing about crimes on his property

$73 million awarded to build affordable homes in…

$73 million awarded to build affordable homes in…
The money awarded by the Oregon Housing Stability Council will go toward building 625 new affordable rentals and homes for ownership.

WashCo approves $1.6B budget, though larger work…

WashCo approves $1.6B budget, though larger work…
County officials say they must take a microscope to county budgets and operations in order to avoid future shortfalls.

West Linn raises fees for utilities, development…

West Linn raises fees for utilities, development…
The West Linn City Council approved fee increases to help balance the city's budget.

Inflation impacts local restaurants

Inflation impacts local restaurants
The U.S. Bureau of Labor says grocery prices increased 10% from last year, hitting restaurants, too.

Coaching architects and engineers to redesign their…

Coaching architects and engineers to redesign their…
Portland Architecture: Leo MacLeod's new book offers self-help for an industry in transition.

Providence health center preparing to open in South…

Providence health center preparing to open in South…
The development is part of an ongoing rush by commercial developers in this fast-growing part of town.

Where in the world is Lincoln High School?

Where in the world is Lincoln High School?
The storied school has seen several campuses in the downtown area over the last 153 years.

Oregon House speaker shuffles committee assignments

Oregon House speaker shuffles committee assignments
Economic Development, Housing, Judiciary and others get new lineups in a potential preview of 2023.

Two insiders to head Portland planning,…

Two insiders to head Portland planning,…
The interim director and interim deputy director are appointed as permanent bureau leaders.

Alta ART Tower celebrates grand opening in Goose…

Alta ART Tower celebrates grand opening in Goose…
New building offers 314 apartment units with some set aside as affordable housing.

Developer eyes second hotel for Sherwood

Developer eyes second hotel for Sherwood
Sherwood's first hotel within its city limits was the Hampton by Hilton Sherwood Portland, which opened in 2020

Rose Villa's innovative Madrona Grove Supportive…

Rose Villa's innovative Madrona Grove Supportive…
Three more senior housing projects start to take shape in campus on Oak Grove's River Road

St. Helens takes step toward fixing failed reservoir

St. Helens takes step toward fixing failed reservoir
A legal settlement allows the city to move forward with repairing the reservoir, which suffered from leakage.

West Linn moves forward with waterfront urban…

West Linn moves forward with waterfront urban…
City Council creates agency to lay the groundwork for eventual district along the river.

Clackamas County approves $2.6M for Tukwila Springs…

Clackamas County approves $2.6M for Tukwila Springs…
Resident services and case management will be provided to 48 units at facility opening in July

Skanska hires new vendor diversity manager, Lee…

Skanska hires new vendor diversity manager, Lee…
The new role is intended to support recruiting diverse and underrepresented suppliers, subcontractors and sustainability experts.

Workers at Hillsboro New Seasons Market want to…

Workers at Hillsboro New Seasons Market want to…
Employees told a local union that the company hasn't been the same since it was bought by a South Korean mega-retailer.

Oregon unemployment rate dropped to 3.6% in May

Oregon unemployment rate dropped to 3.6% in May
Report says state economy has regained 90% of jobs lost during pandemic; leisure and hospitality lead the way.

New Cedar Mill Target at old Bales location opens…

New Cedar Mill Target at old Bales location opens…
Target will share more information about the store as opening weekend gets closer.

Providence Milwaukie union nurses receive City…

Providence Milwaukie union nurses receive City…
St. Vincent reaches a tentative agreement on June 3, and Willamette Falls employees also have authorized a strike.

Prineville Reservoir to be pilot electric vehicle…

Prineville Reservoir to be pilot electric vehicle…
Starting this summer and over the next year, Level 2 EV chargers will be installed in selected state parks as part of the project created by Oregon…

Portland-based LRS Architects celebrates growth…

Portland-based LRS Architects celebrates growth…
The Portland-headquartered architecture firm is expanding, and already has a presence in Central Oregon.

Brothers open Batteries Plus store in Oregon City

Brothers open Batteries Plus store in Oregon City
Miguel and Tony Perez will carry on father's legacy with their 13th franchise location.

PCC aviation tech program enters new partnership

PCC aviation tech program enters new partnership
The venture with Horizon Air will support the local aerospace workforce pipeline.

Frustrated with poor conditions, West Linn ponders…

Frustrated with poor conditions, West Linn ponders…
Residents are tired of potholes on Willamette Drive, which is managed by the Oregon Department of Transportation

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