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Oregon landlords get millions in back rent, but many await…

Oregon landlords get millions in back rent, but many await…

Oregon still faces backlog from tenants, but may qualify for more federal money that was unspent elsewhere.
Bob's Red Mill heralded as gold standard in sustainability

Bob's Red Mill heralded as gold standard in sustainability

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 director

Westside Economic Alliance names new executive director

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 benefits

Oregon sets sessions on rules change in jobless benefits

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 policies

Wyden: Federal budget should cover social, climate policies

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

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

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 climate grants

Portland Clean Energy Fund offers up $60M for climate grants

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 $12.8M

73-unit Oregon City apartment complex sells for $12.8M

84,360 square foot Forest Heights picked up by California-based real estate investment firm
Wyden plan for unemployment benefit changes draws praise

Wyden plan for unemployment benefit changes draws praise

Proposal would be part of Biden budget, sets minimums for worker eligibility, benefits and access.
Workplace suicides continued to rise in 2019

Workplace suicides continued to rise in 2019

Truck drivers, retail managers and the military top the list of people who killed themselves at work
Zoominfo expands in Vancouver, Washington

Zoominfo expands in Vancouver, Washington

Business information provider will take over Terminal 1 on the waterfront in 2025.
Air travel rebounds in Oregon - economist

Air travel rebounds in Oregon - economist

Portland's airport is recovering, but a bit slower than Oregon regionals and similar size airports in other states
Another Modera coming to Portland

Another Modera coming to Portland

The latest from developer Mill Creek Residential Trust of Florida, constructing Modera Main Street next door to the MAC in Goose Hollow.
Understaffed FedEx hub in Troutdale slows Portland packages

Understaffed FedEx hub in Troutdale slows Portland packages

The company says staffing at a local shipping warehouse is running at 65% of typical capacity, and customers are starting to notice the delay.
Not your parents' tolling program

Not your parents' tolling program

COLUMN: Kris Strickler's KEEP OREGON MOVING The Oregon Department of Transportation is rethinking how we improve traffic in the Portland Metro Area.
Oregon businesses finally getting much needed relief

Oregon businesses finally getting much needed relief

SPONSORED STORY: Learn how Employee Retention Tax Credits are helping local businesses save big by reading this story from Kate Johnson, senior…
Oregon senators demand climate action in federal budget plan

Oregon senators demand climate action in federal budget plan

Wyden, Merkley among seven Democrats who say 'we know what we have to do' to move away from fossil fuels.
Demolition begins at former paper mill in Oregon City

Demolition begins at former paper mill in Oregon City

Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde launches effort to restore its land at Willamette Falls habitat site for native fish
OPINION: Let's create a fleet of clean-energy heavy-duty…

OPINION: Let's create a fleet of clean-energy heavy-duty…

Sara Wright is transportation program director for Oregon Environmental Council.
Portland Landscape Architecture and Design Tour: It's on

Portland Landscape Architecture and Design Tour: It's on

The annual MADS tour of stylish yards goes ahead in person this weekend even though the tour of houses is online only
Oregon rental aid progresses, despite Portland metro pileup

Oregon rental aid progresses, despite Portland metro pileup

Payments increase four-fold, but almost 15,000 metro applications are incomplete or not yet reviewed.
Jeff Alworth pens another good book

Jeff Alworth pens another good book

The second edition of 'The Beer Bible' comes out Sept. 28, as the author strives for the 'authoritative' tome on brews.
Lam Research to open Sherwood facility

Lam Research to open Sherwood facility

The facility, which supplies semiconductor manufacturing equipment, will hire 300 people for the new site.
King City plans massive new development on 528 acres

King City plans massive new development on 528 acres

Mike Weston is putting the pieces together as King City looks to a spike in population.
Portland's Tight job market: tips for employers

Portland's Tight job market: tips for employers

Portlanders are picking and choosing their jobs as unemployment falls, and businesses must finesse their offerings to compete, says the PBA.

Benson Hotel becomes a Hilton Curio

Benson Hotel becomes a Hilton Curio
Portland's grand old lady will join Hilton's Curio Collection in October 2021 and get a makeover.

State panel OKs I-5 widening at Rose Quarter

State panel OKs I-5 widening at Rose Quarter
But Transportation Commission asks whether money is there for a cover to reconnect the Albina neighborhood.

Plans for Molalla roundabout move forward

Plans for Molalla roundabout move forward
The Oregon Department of Transportation lays out its reasons for a roundabout at Highway 213 and Toliver Road

Raising the bar on affordable housing

Raising the bar on affordable housing
New affordable housing features culturally sensitive design, sustainable construction and a sense of community.

Portland's Ned Flanders Crossing honors 'Simpsons'…

Portland's Ned Flanders Crossing honors 'Simpsons'…
Portland Transportation Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty unveiled the new name during a ceremony Sept. 9.

STEM Like A Girl all about inspiration

STEM Like A Girl all about inspiration
The nonprofit organization and book by the same name, by Sarah Foster, hopes to spark interest in STEM among girls.

Portland Community College's new skilled worker…

Portland Community College's new skilled worker…
A new PCC two-year Associate of Science degree aims to satisfy demand for skilled engineers.

Naito realignment: Waterfront bike and strolling…

Naito realignment: Waterfront bike and strolling…
The rebuilding of Naito Parkway in downtown Portland continues, using the pandemic downtime to prepare for the day when tourist fun returns

Wyden seeks more for housing vouchers, tax credits

Wyden seeks more for housing vouchers, tax credits
Oregon senator aims at provisions into a $3.5 trillion budget plan that awaits detailed work in Congress.

Wyden: Now is the time to fix flaws in jobless…

Wyden: Now is the time to fix flaws in jobless…
Senator speaks as 80,000 Oregonians stand to lose federal aid and prospects for renewal are nil.

2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross: Redesigned for more…

2022 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross: Redesigned for more…
The small crossover SUV is better looking, easier to operate and still bargain priced.

In-N-Out Burger to slide into Bridgeport Village…

In-N-Out Burger to slide into Bridgeport Village…
The retro fast food joint just officially bought the old Village Inn spot in Tualatin.

Career fair comes to the mall

Career fair comes to the mall
As benefits expire and workers reconsider their roles, Clackamas Workforce Partnership hosts four career fairs Clackamas Town Center.

2022 Subaru Ascent: Onyx Edition adds style, value

2022 Subaru Ascent: Onyx Edition adds style, value
The midsize crossover offers value and a new trim level in the competitive three-row SUV market.

Report: No evidence of anti-Black bias at state…

Report: No evidence of anti-Black bias at state…
An outside investigator hired by the Oregon Bureau of Labor & Industries dismissed the allegations of racism.

Workers may lose benefits if they disregard vaccine…

Workers may lose benefits if they disregard vaccine…
The Employment Department acting director says it hinges on a 'reasonable expectation' by an employer.

Oregon taxpayers will get record $1.9 billion back…

Oregon taxpayers will get record $1.9 billion back…
State economists offer estimates as they present quarterly revenue forecasts to lawmakers.

Flying drones that plant trees now have their own…

Flying drones that plant trees now have their own…
Former Beaverton tech startup DroneSeed purchases tree seed company Silvaseed to speed up wildfire reforestation.

Oregon jobs and wages are up in latest state report

Oregon jobs and wages are up in latest state report
Federal benefits are set to end Sept. 4 as the economy continues to recover from pandemic downturn.

Real estate rides rollercoaster in Clackamas County

Real estate rides rollercoaster in Clackamas County
Up and down market causes lots of dramatic changes for homebuyers since COVID-19 hit

Ursula Le Guin and resilience

Ursula Le Guin and resilience
COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE Net-zero architecture remind us that we can change the future - despite the dark visions of science…

Oregon governor orders outdoor mask mandate…

Oregon governor orders outdoor mask mandate…
Some exceptions apply, but Brown says step is need to stem rising COVID-19 caseloads in Oregon.

Excitement brews for Clackamas County's first…

Excitement brews for Clackamas County's first…
Oregon City Brewing owner Bryce Morrow provides update on Beer Library coming to Canby

Highlighting Lake Oswego's Black-owned businesses

Highlighting Lake Oswego's Black-owned businesses
Monkey's Subs is one of Lake Oswego's Black-owned businesses that the Review is featuring in August.

2022 Volkswagen Taos: All-new crossover contender

2022 Volkswagen Taos: All-new crossover contender
VW enters the hot small SUV market with a well-designed and equipped two-row crossover.

Oregon jobs and wages are up in latest state report

Oregon jobs and wages are up in latest state report
Federal benefits are set to end Sept. 4 as the economy continues to recover from pandemic downturn.

COLUMN: Kris Strickler's KEEP OREGON MOVING…

COLUMN: Kris Strickler's KEEP OREGON MOVING…
The Disadvantaged Business Enterprise program is just one way ODOT diversifies the number of qualified companies we sign up for our work force.

2021 Toyota Highlander XSE: Sporty upgrades add to…

2021 Toyota Highlander XSE: Sporty upgrades add to…
The new version of the popular three-row SUV offers better looks and handling with compromising practicality.

WashCo seeks public input on Farmington/River…

WashCo seeks public input on Farmington/River…
Washington County planners settled on a roundabout last year. They now have a rough timeline for construction.

Education for trade-related industries adjusts to…

Education for trade-related industries adjusts to…
The new delta variant is forcing some changes, but business goes on for the essential workers in the trades.

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