Infrastructure Update

SW Connection - News
A quick look at just three of the public works projects planned for and underway in SW Portland

New editor has some news he'd like to share

SW Connection - News
Is purple your favorite color? It's the obvious choice for the light rail line that may someday cut through SW Portland

Just the ticket

SW Connection - News
The Golden Ticket returns on the first Monday after Thanksgiving weekend. Merchants are lined up to participate.

Neighborhood's top priority for road fix finally gets …

SW Connection - News
Back in the Nineties Multnomah neighborhood activists decided Job One was fixing Capitol Highway

The hottest books at your SW library branch

SW Connection - News
Patrons of the Hillsdale and Capitol Hill branches show different prefernces for reading material

Winter is coming. Leaves are falling. SW residents are…

SW Connection - News
The City of Portland will stop charging for leaf removal but that service never extended to most of SW.

Process launched for community to weigh in on next Wilson…

SW Connection - News
At this point there's no deadline for hiring and applications for the position are slow in coming

Before you' fall back' a chance to clear the clutter

SW Connection - News
Hundreds of residents expected to converge on SW Christian Center for Fall Clean Up.

In horror's wake, a chance to come together

Lake Oswego Review - News
People of all faiths will come together Nov. 15 for an interfaith service in Lake Oswego

Multnomah Village ups its food game with Gastro Mania

SW Connection - News
The Mediterranean food concept grows from a single food truck to a prime spot on Capitol Highway

Pok Pok Wing to land soon in SW Portland

SW Connection - News
Renowned Portland chef Andy Ricker is taking over the old Humdinger site and hopes to have it open by New Years Day.

Jennie Willoughby to keynote local Domestic Violence…

Clackamas Review - News
Story of abuse at the hands of former White House Staff Secretary Rob Porter gained national media attention in February

Turning back the clock

SW Connection - News
Local resident Chris Dugan builds and sells homemade, vintage guitar amplifiers

'Every culture makes baskets'

SW Connection - News
Basketry guild that meets in Multnomah Arts Center holds its first gallery show in three years

Making Capitol Highway safer

SW Connection - News
City reveals designs for road improvement project along the popular thoroughfare

Washing dogs as a family

SW Connection - News
The Robeson family, which lives in Bridlemile, starts a mobile dog washing company

A second chance

SW Connection - News
Incoming Multnomah Village shop provides work for those who have endured a serious brain injury

Southwest Community Health Center to close Portland clinic

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Virginia Garcia will take 7,000-plus low-income patients sometime this fall, officials said.

Catering a market for kids

SW Connection - News
Hillsdale Farmers Market develops program to entertain children during weekly event

Local reveals O'Connors' successor

SW Connection - News
The Mediterranean restaurant Gastro Mania to replace O'Connors in Multnomah Village

Making a difference through art

SW Connection - News
Teenage Multnomah resident MeiLan Wechsler sells art and raises money for causes

Selling the past

SW Connection - News
Frank Tyrrell has owned Tyrrell's Antiques in Southwest Portland for 34 years

Wilson High Principal Brian Chatard gone just days into…

Portland Tribune - News
District stays silent as Southwest Portland high school community wonders over absence.

'If you see something, say something'

SW Connection - News
Columnist Rick Seifert implores readers to talk about the novel things that they see

Lending a hand

SW Connection - News
Susan Egnor is honored for service to Homestead neighborhood and Southwest Portland

Multnomah Days photos: A day of fun

SW Connection - News
Featuring a parade, live music, a kids zone and vendors, Multnomah Days provided a little something for everyone

Latest measles patient visited Multnomah Village restaurant

Beaverton Valley Times - News
It's the latest Oregon case of the illness diagnosed in the region since early July.

Southwest Corridor MAX route recommended

Portland Tribune - News
The next light rail line proposed for the region is currently estimated at $2.64 billion to $2.86 billion, with half the money expected to come from…

Turning nature into jewelry

SW Connection - News
New jewelry shop, Magpie Metals, opens in the Multnomah Village French Quarter

Healthy Pets NW gets approval from humans and pets alike

SW Connection - News
Jonathan Young-Ellis is impressed with shop that provides services for a variety of pets

A lifetime in journalism

SW Connection - News
Don Snedecor reflects back on 26 years of putting out the Southwest Portland Post

Making a difference on other side of globe

SW Connection - News
Deysa owner Lisa Johnson donates money to a village in Bali through fundraiser

Maggiore weaves memories into novel

SW Connection - News
Southwest Portland author to read from novel at Annie Bloom's Books in September

A dream for wine enthusiasts

SW Connection - News
Vine & Dine will feature wine from many Pacific Northwest wineries on Sunday, Aug. 12

Celebrating the community

SW Connection - News
The annual Multnomah Days festival to take place Aug. 18 in Multnomah Village

A zone for kids

SW Connection - News
Multnomah Arts Center will host many activities for youngsters during Multnomah Days

Celebrating a lifetime in Multnomah

SW Connection - News
Illustrious Portland area coach Jack Dunn named grand marshall of Multnomah Days parade.

Village helps seniors age in place

SW Connection - News
River West Village opened in Southwest Portland less than a year ago and already includes 125 members

Tolling initiative refiled as IP 10

Portland Tribune - News
Chief petitioners added clarification to an initiative that would require voter approval for tolling existing roadway lanes and bridges and added…

Pressure on state to expand road tolling

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon transportation officials are urged to impose tolls on other highways besides I-5, I-205.

Establishing safe connection to middle school

SW Connection - News
Markham Neighborhood Association planning an upgraded walking route to Jackson Middle School

News briefs

SW Connection - News
Gabriel Park will receive ADA improvements, a sewer improvement project is slated in Hillsdale and Multnomah

A park reborn

SW Connection - News
The new and improved Spring Garden Park is revealed to the public at grand opening event

Bugs check in

SW Connection - News
Community restoration advocate Andrea Wall builds bug hotel in Southwest Portland

Princess reflects back on the Rose Festival

SW Connection - News
Graduating senior Anna Kien represents Wilson High on this year's Rose Festival Court

Q & A with Wilson valedictorians

SW Connection - News
Wilson High valedictorians reflect on their high school careers and plans for the future

Students prepare for disaster

SW Connection - News
Wilson High offers training for students to practice emergency preparedness skills

See eye-popping autos July 15 at nation's 'best'…

Hillsboro Tribune - Features
SPONSORED CONTENT: Concours d'Elegance returns to the campus of Pacific University in Forest Grove

2018 Rose Festival VIP winner chosen

Portland Tribune - News
The lucky winner in the Ultimate Rose Festival Experience Contest is from Aloha

Looking at infill from different perspective

SW Connection - News
Columnist Rick Seifert discusses Native Americans, New York and his recent book in analyzing Portland's density debate

From food to a foray into plants

SW Connection - News
Owners of the Southeast Asian food cart Noy Viet Lao start up new plant shop in the French Quarter

Business Association worried about retrofitting

SW Connection - News
Multnomah Village Business Association pens letter to City about potential requirements for seismic retrofitting

A meditative aesthetic

SW Connection - News
A new tea shop, Aesthete Tea, opens in the back of the Multnomah Village French Quarter

Schools rush to help Marylhurst students affected…

Lake Oswego Review - News
University will host a transfer information session on campus Thursday, with 23 colleges expected to attend

27 cited by traffic police on Barbur Boulevard

Portland Tribune - News
The Vision Zero mission occurred in area where pedestrian was killed in crosswalk.

Aliens abduct McMinnville for UFO fest

Portland Tribune - News
Thousands attend McMenamins' event with expert speakers, parade and street fair on Saturday, May 19.

Marylhurst University will close before the end of…

Lake Oswego Review - News
Declining enrollment proves fatal to the liberal arts college, which dates back to 1893

People of Providence - Meet R. Bryan Bell, M.D.,…

Portland Tribune - News
SPONSORED CONTENT: The People of Providence is brought to you by the Providence Foundations of Oregon

Poetic justice

SW Connection - News
Wilson High School students participate in a poetry slam in the school library

Future of health center now up in the air

SW Connection - News
Southwest Community Health Center is set to transition patients to Virginia Garcia

Westside MAX train service disrupted for 6 days

Portland Tribune - News
Blue and Red Line riders should add 30 minutes to their commute during work near Providence Park.

A place among pros

SW Connection - News
Wilson High students' art is displayed in the Portland Art Museum through PPS showcase

Region participates in National Drug Take Back Day

Portland Tribune - News
National Prescription Drug Take Back Day occurs on Saturday, April 28 across Oregon.

Preparing for disaster

SW Connection - News
Multnomah Arts Center holds Emergency Preparedness Fair in early March to help citizens prepare for natural disasters

Wilson robotics makes history

SW Connection - News
The Trojans qualify for the world championships for the first time in program history

Mystery novelist follows her dreams

SW Connection - News
Local author writes about clever girls who escape life-threatening circumstances

Union Gospel Mission feeds the hungry on Easter

Portland Tribune - News
About 150 volunteers served up meals to 500 people, some living in shelters or on the streets.

McCleave does legendary playwright justice

SW Connection - News
Wilson High senior places first in the August Wilson Monologue Competition and is headed to Broadway

A pulpy storytelling experience

SW Connection - News
Portable theater company delivers a bevy of performances in Multnomah Village

Forming a STEM identity

SW Connection - News
Sarah Foster starts program to help young girls gain an appreciation for science, technology, engineering and math

Promises of change made at 'March for Our Lives'

Portland Tribune - News
The largest protest since last year's Woman's March drew thousands to Pioneer Courthouse Square.

Initiative would ban the sale of assault weapons

Portland Tribune - News
A petition proposed for November would ban assault firearms and high-capacity magazines in Oregon.

Portland's Kabir Muthu crowned spelling champ

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon's Regional Spelling Bee in Portland is presented by the Pamplin Media Group and Comcast.

Professor discusses Southwest Corridor project

SW Connection - News
Professor Aaron Golub says federal funding for light rail could take a long time to be approved

Wilson tackles gender and identity

SW Connection - News
Wilson High's Southwest Stageworks explores gender issues in two intimate performances

'People don't buy for 10s'

SW Connection - News
Earth Advantage informs Southwest Portland residents about energy score requirement

TriMet picks General Manager over union objections

Portland Tribune - News
Transit agency's Board of Directs votes on Fe. 28 to offer the top position to Chief Operating Office Doug Kelsey.

Former county official pleads guilty to theft

Portland Tribune - News
The Portland Tribune first reported that Brown used county funds to buy gold bullion, gas masks, military grade knives and survival gear.

Tigard promotes Safe Routes to School through art…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Winner of 2018 poster contest to be announced Tuesday by Tigard Mayor John Cook.

A swab of the cheek could lead to Alzheimer's cure

Lake Oswego Review - Business
Summit Research Network aims to make Alzheimer's a disease of the past in 20 years. You can help by volunteering for study.

Investigators: Kitzhaber violated ethics law 11…

Portland Tribune - News
An investigation report released Wednesday will be used as the basis for an ethics violation case against former Gov. John Kitzhaber.

'Equifax bill' requires faster data breaches notices

Portland Tribune - News
A bill in the Legislature comes at a time when Equifax is under fire for failing to fully reveal the extent of a data breach last year.

Dreamers plead to remain: 'not going back into the…

Portland Tribune - News
Undocumented students explain how DACA benefits them at PCC forum, and argue for its reinstatement.

New attack ad slams Brown on day care issues

Portland Tribune - News
The ad, scheduled for debut Sunday, attacks Gov. Kate Brown for her response to failures at the state's day care system.

Oregon 'uplists' marbled murrelet to endangered

Portland Tribune - News
The change to endangered status will likely result in stricter logging limits on state forestland.

Momentum grows for making strangulation a felony

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon legislator representing Milwaukie sponsors bill increasing penalties for crime

Before MeToo movement, there was Bob Packwood

Portland Tribune - News
Women made history when they accused U.S. Sen. Bob Packwood, R-Oregon, of sexual harassment.

Council votes against controversial SW Portland…

Portland Tribune - News
Final vote to block Macadam Ridge is set for next Wednesday, developer could appeal decision to Land Use Board of Appeals.

Pressure mounts as Kruse stays away from Legislature

Portland Tribune - News
'Building into this idea that this is somehow political games or a political process demeans the victims who waited to be able to speak up until…

State auditors see potential trouble in marijuana…

Portland Tribune - News
Among other issues auditors found, data in the cannabis tracking system was self-reported by cannabis businesses, raising auditors' concerns about…

Poll shows Brown has early lead over Buehler

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon governor leads Republican challenger with nearly 25 percent of voters undecided.

Upgrading accessibility

SW Connection - News
Vermont Street will undergo improvements this year to improve bike and pedestrian infrastructure

Spay/neuter special for feral, stray cats in…

Clackamas Review - News
Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon celebrates Spay/Neuter Awareness Month as the perfect time to prevent litters of kittens in the spring

A conference for caregivers

SW Connection - News
Memory Cafe to hold a caregivers conference after moving to a new location in 2017

Sharing plants

SW Connection - News
The Southwest Watershed Resource Center introduces an online plant-swap platform

Drizzling goodness

SW Connection - News
Nonprofit Meals on Wheels sells unconventional and varied artisinal popcorn flavors

MelaKnow-ing your risk

SW Connection - News
Wilson High students win Congressional App Challenge for skin cancer-identifying application

Multnomah fights multi-unit housing policies

SW Connection - News
Multnomah Neighborhood Association is doing all it can to scuttle the City of Portland's Residential Infill Project

CPR training slated for Washington Square

The Times - News
Hands-only resuscitation has proven critical for improving recovery chances for people in cardiac arrest.

Voters say 'yes' to Measure 101

Portland Tribune - News
Voters overwhelmingly approve keeping certain taxes on health insurance premiums and hospitals.

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