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Hillsboro releases statement on August police shooting

Hillsboro releases statement on August police shooting

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The statement came after local Latino leaders said there needs to be more communication to the community.
New Bag&Baggage production analyzes Shakespeare's legacy

New Bag&Baggage production analyzes Shakespeare's legacy

Hillsboro Tribune - News
'The Last White Man' runs from Oct. 14 through Oct. 30 at The Vault Theatre in Hillsboro.
Two dead, one injured in fiery 185th Avenue crash

Two dead, one injured in fiery 185th Avenue crash

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The Hillsboro Police Department said one vehicle struck another at high speed, breaking it apart.
Motorcycle crash near Bald Peak claims life of Cornelius…

Motorcycle crash near Bald Peak claims life of Cornelius…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Oregon State Police say Rylie Carlberg, 47, apparently lost control while riding a motorcycle and struck a van.
Coming soon: More community health workers

Coming soon: More community health workers

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The funding will help community organizations turn volunteers earning a stipend into full-time salaried staff.
WashCo judge rules against county's flavored tobacco ban

WashCo judge rules against county's flavored tobacco ban

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Judge Andrew Erwin says that the county does not have the authority to enact an outright ban.
Tour of local shelter programs set for Friday, Sept. 23

Tour of local shelter programs set for Friday, Sept. 23

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The public can learn more about the shelters built using Supportive Housing Services funds.
Hillsboro man charged with murder in Forest Grove slaying

Hillsboro man charged with murder in Forest Grove slaying

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Police said they found the victim's body Sunday evening near a residence on Meadow View Road.
Project underway to honor fallen heroes

Project underway to honor fallen heroes

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Oregon is the only state without a Gold Star Family Memorial that honors those killed in the line of duty.
Games & Puzzle Corner

Games & Puzzle Corner

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Looking to play some games? We've got you covered with mini-crosswords, word searches, and sudoku!
In-N-Out to appeal denial of Beaverton-area restaurant

In-N-Out to appeal denial of Beaverton-area restaurant

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Meanwhile, the burger chain is moving forward with land-use permits for a Hillsboro site off of Evergreen Parkway.
Open Studios Tour gives view inside the creative process

Open Studios Tour gives view inside the creative process

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The free tour hosted by the Washington County Art Alliance is back Oct. 15-16.
Hillsboro to build Oregon's first microchip 'innovation…

Hillsboro to build Oregon's first microchip 'innovation…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The city says it makes sense for a world-class research center to be based in what's become a leading microchip economy.
OnPoint Credit Union donates more than $100K to local…

OnPoint Credit Union donates more than $100K to local…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
One of them was Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Columbia Northwest, which pairs youth with mentors.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Symposium coming to…

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Symposium coming to…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The event, hosted by the Washington County Chamber of Commerce, aims to educate about social issues.
Hillsboro Police Log: Cigarettes 'change price' to $0 in…

Hillsboro Police Log: Cigarettes 'change price' to $0 in…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The Hillsboro Police Department deals with elaborate schemes and more mundane matters from Sept. 5-11, 2022.
Coffee-drinkers asked to vote on favorite caffeinated brew

Coffee-drinkers asked to vote on favorite caffeinated brew

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Seventeen coffee shops participate in a first-ever Washington County Coffee Week, awarding prizes to winning cups.
Hillsboro defends proposed water rate increases

Hillsboro defends proposed water rate increases

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The city will be hosting a community conversation this week, and a public hearing is set for Oct. 3.
First Festival de Mariachi in Hillsboro this weekend

First Festival de Mariachi in Hillsboro this weekend

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The Saturday afternoon festival will feature mariachi music from many local groups, as well as food and other fun.
Cornelius man dies in ATV crash

Cornelius man dies in ATV crash

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The Washington County Sheriff's Office said it responded to the crash near Chehalem Ridge Nature Park early Sunday.
Oregon Supreme Court declines to hear state timber lawsuit

Oregon Supreme Court declines to hear state timber lawsuit

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Justices let stand Court of Appeals ruling that tossed out a $1 billion judgment won by counties for past losses.
Flu making strong comeback as pandemic safeguards discarded

Flu making strong comeback as pandemic safeguards discarded

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Flu vaccines are currently available at pharmacies and health care centers throughout the state.
Public can weigh in on Kinnaman Road improvements

Public can weigh in on Kinnaman Road improvements

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The project to build bike lanes and pedestrian improvements begins this year.
Public asked to help confirm identity of deceased Vancouver…

Public asked to help confirm identity of deceased Vancouver…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
James Zephyrus Smith is believed to have lived in the Hillsboro area for a time but changed his name.
Hillsboro planning new park at Reed's Crossing

Hillsboro planning new park at Reed's Crossing

Hillsboro Tribune - News
It would be the second community park to be developed in the past three years in the fast-growing neighborhood.
Storm clouds on the horizon for Oregon housing industry

Storm clouds on the horizon for Oregon housing industry

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Developers struggle statewide with inflation, rising interest rates, supply-chain issues, lack of developable land.
Shelter pod coming to Hillsboro by end of month

Shelter pod coming to Hillsboro by end of month

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The new shelter site on the west end of town will house 30 Conestoga-style huts.
Power shutoffs, smoky skies: Is this the new normal?

Power shutoffs, smoky skies: Is this the new normal?

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Climate change is creating longer, drier fire seasons with more high wind dangers.
Proposed water rates in Hillsboro drawing ire

Proposed water rates in Hillsboro drawing ire

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Officials say prices must go up to pay for an expanding system, including the multi-million Willamette River project.
Hillsboro Police Log: Naked man lounges on top of cars

Hillsboro Police Log: Naked man lounges on top of cars

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The Hillsboro Police Department describes calls for service from Aug. 29-Sept. 4, 2022.

A look at the Washington County Jail's medical…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
A look at the Washington County Jail's medical…
The jail is seeing an 'unprecedented' number of inmate deaths this year, after four have died in five months.

Oregon senators secure funding for local food system

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Oregon senators secure funding for local food system
The USDA is providing a $366,150 grant to Washington County nonprofits Centro Cultural and Working Theory Farm.

PGE: All power now restored

Hillsboro Tribune - News
PGE: All power now restored
UPDATE: Pacific Power also restored all service cut to prevent wildfires over the weekend.

Bonamici: 'We have to buck history' with women in…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Bonamici: 'We have to buck history' with women in…
Three open-seat contests could result in a record four in Oregon's eight-member congressional delegation.

Milo McIver State Park fire out, but evacuation…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Milo McIver State Park fire out, but evacuation…
The Red Cross has set up a shelter at Clackamas Community College because of a fire near Estacada.

Red Flag Warning: High fire danger through weekend

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Red Flag Warning: High fire danger through weekend
Portland Fire and Rescue contains a 2-alarm brush fire along I-205 around noon.

Air quality poor because of wildfire smoke in region

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Air quality poor because of wildfire smoke in region
UPDATE: Multnomah County bans burning wood because of wildfire smoke in the metropolitan region.

Man shot in Aloha, suspect arrested for attempted…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Man shot in Aloha, suspect arrested for attempted…
Reese William Feole, 28, was identified as the suspect 'almost immediately,' Washington County authorities said.

More resource centers open for those who lose power

Hillsboro Tribune - News
More resource centers open for those who lose power
UPDATE: PGE and Pacific Power are shutting off electricity in high-risk areas to prevent wildfires.

PGE says power could be restored by Saturday night

Hillsboro Tribune - News
PGE says power could be restored by Saturday night
Some 30,000 customers are currently without power as a result of shutoffs intended to reduce fire risk.

TVF&R says it's ready for windy weekend

Hillsboro Tribune - News
TVF&R says it's ready for windy weekend
Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue has staffed additional four-wheel-drive brush rigs and set up an operations center.

Brian Bement found guilty of 2010 murder, again

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Brian Bement found guilty of 2010 murder, again
Following a retrial, Bement was found guilty of killing a Tigard naturopathic doctor outside Cornelius.

Where to find new COVID-19 booster shots in…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Where to find new COVID-19 booster shots in…
Local health officials say the new shots offer better protection because they target the omicron variant.

Helt endorsed in BOLI race by two candidates for…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Helt endorsed in BOLI race by two candidates for…
The labor commissioner position is officially nonpartisan but has drawn split endorsements.

PGE to shut off power to approximately 30,000…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
PGE to shut off power to approximately 30,000…
Utility announces schedule for shutting off power starting early Friday morning.

Hillsboro moves to sue state of Oregon over new…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Hillsboro moves to sue state of Oregon over new…
Councilors say they take climate action seriously, but the new rules are too sweeping and impactful to metro cities.

Hillsboro New Seasons workers appear to turn down…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Hillsboro New Seasons workers appear to turn down…
The union that represents the workers accused the supermarket of foul play and will contest the results.

Gubernatorial candidates on tap for Oct. 10 growth…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Gubernatorial candidates on tap for Oct. 10 growth…
The event, hosted by the Tigard-based Westside Economic Alliance, will be streamed live online.

Riding high at Reed's Crossing

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Riding high at Reed's Crossing
Mixed-use, master-planned community centers on interaction, healthy lifestyles in Hillsboro.

New data center expansion planned for Hillsboro

Hillsboro Tribune - News
New data center expansion planned for Hillsboro
Flexential says it's growing to meet booming demand, courtesy of Hillsboro's tech industry.

Hillsboro Police Log: Botched parking job leaves…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Hillsboro Police Log: Botched parking job leaves…
The Hillsboro Police Department describes some of its notable calls for service from Aug. 22-28, 2022.

Century High freshmen kick off new school year

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Century High freshmen kick off new school year
As students and faculty return to school, they're excited for the return to 'normal' and looking to build community.

AR-15 'style' rifle in Bend shooting is loved and…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
AR-15 'style' rifle in Bend shooting is loved and…
A gun control measure with restrictions on AR-15 style rifles will be on the Nov. 8 general election ballot.

Measure 110 addiction funds approved in Washington…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Measure 110 addiction funds approved in Washington…
Some $20.5 million is now available for treatment service providers in the county.

Oregon Supreme Court justices will hear from…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Oregon Supreme Court justices will hear from…
The Animal Legal Defense Fund says a Hillsboro-area horse deserves damages from an abusive former owner.

Amazing Neighbors: Former mayor is always a…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Amazing Neighbors: Former mayor is always a…
Rob Drake helped build libraries in Beaverton and Cornelius, where he served as mayor and city manager respectively.

Amazing Neighbors: Keeping up Hillsboro's cultural…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Amazing Neighbors: Keeping up Hillsboro's cultural…
Jaime Miranda first started M&M Marketplace in 2000 to help local minority entrepreneurs.

Candidates for Hillsboro City Council are locked in

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Candidates for Hillsboro City Council are locked in
Two incumbents face a single challenger, while six in total are vying for an open seat.

WashCo veterans have expanded medical options…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
WashCo veterans have expanded medical options…
A local government agency can help vets and their loved ones submit insurance claims.

Metro reports progress with homeless services…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Metro reports progress with homeless services…
The regional elected government releases figures on the first year of the voter-approved measure.

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