Ardenwald teen severely injured in house fire

The Bee - News
A housefire in the Adenwald neighborhood -- and a teen trapped inside -- summons mutual aid

Construction begins for new Kellogg Middle School

The Bee - News
The old Kellogg Middle School remnants are gone, and now the new one is rising....

Two-alarm blaze destroys Johnson Creek Blvd steel fab firm

The Bee - News
The animal shelter next door was threatened by the flames, but all fifty dogs there were saved

Construction begins on four-story Brooklyn apartment…

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The Brooklyn neighborhood, like others in Southeast, is seeing a lot of new apartments being built

Elderly woman killed while crossing Foster Road

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Despite the irony involved, Foster Road is probably safer now; but safety is a relative term

'Foster Road Streetscape' completed; celebrated

The Bee - News
Instead of two traffic lanes each way, there's now one each way, and a turn lane. Is it safer now?

Summer begins with opening of Sellwood Pool

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The Sellwood Pool cover is off, the fence gate is open, and the lifeguards are in place..it's summer

Traffic slammed by repeat sinkhole on Westmoreland's…

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Maybe it's just a coincidence, but this is the second sinkhole right here in only three years

Oaks Park 'Nordic frolic' shares Scandinavian traditions

The Bee - News
Here's another annual event that started elsewhere and now takes place at Oaks Amusement Park

Three Inner Southeast teens place, at Youth National…

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Local youths distinguish themselves in a national competition in 'rowing' sports

Another Eagle Scout in Westmoreland

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A Boy Scout troop that has produced many Eagle Scouts holds a ceremony for yet another one

PCB study in progress involving Precision Castparts

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No PCBs have left Precision Castparts in a long time, but experts are looking for past emissions

BUSINESS BRIEFS

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The Business Briefs -- news items about what's going on in the Southeast business community

FROM THE EDITOR

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This month, the editor talks about the Sellwood Community Center, and two other things

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

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Here's where BEE readers join in on various local subjects and issues -- and you can too

Third annual Brooklyn Business Fair held May 22

The Bee - News
In the Brooklyn neighborhood, the annual BAC election is combined with a business fair

Man sentenced in 2018 Powell Blvd Motel 6 shooting

The Bee - News
A shooting incident on Powell Blvd last year led to an arrest, a trial, and now a prison sentence

Stabbing incident alarms Reed neighbors

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In the normally quiet Reed neighborhood, a domestic violence incident led to a stabbing....

State now says yes to 'Eastmoreland Historic District'

The Bee - News
Another major twist in the ongoing Eastmoreland Historic District story -- now Oregon favors it

'Dog Day' a highlight of 2019 Multnomah County Fair

The Bee - News
It's been a couple of decades since Multnomah County ended support, but its Fair goes on

Exchange student reminisces about year at CHS, life in…

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Agustina Sesto spent a year in Southeast, attending CHS -- now, she's going back to Argentina

'DUII driver' rams police cars on McLoughlin at Tacoma…

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It was the second injury to officers by a drunk driver in Southeast Portland in the same month

Accused carjacker rams vehicles - is nabbed burglarizing a…

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When a bad guy had a chance to get away, the temptation to burgle was just too great

Amid turmoil, Cleveland High's Principal resigns

The Bee - News
The leader of Cleveland High this year has chosen to step down, citing personal reasons....

Motorcyclist injured in Powell Blvd collision with SUV

The Bee - News
Originally dispatched as a DUII crash, this motorcycle mishap on Powell Blvd disrupted traffic

Midweek 'Moreland Farmers Market' opens on same site for…

The Bee - News
After searching for a new venue, the Market won a chance to be at the same location another year

New '72Foster' celebrates grand opening on Foster Road

The Bee - News
A Southeast nonprofit completes an 'affordable housing' project on S.E. Foster Road

'Dollar For' medical charity brings attention to…

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A Portland man with an idea came up with a medical charity that's drawing national attention

Springwater Trail's 'Sellwood Gap' nearly filled

The Bee - News
The section of the Springwater Trail called the 'Sellwood Gap' is almost completed

Suspected 'road rage' - shots fired in Sellwood

The Bee - News
It's still unclear what the 'rage' was about, and just who was involved; investigation continues

Gas line rupture briefly closes Holgate Blvd

The Bee - News
The latest in a string of recent gas-line breaks due to construction occurred on S.E. Holgate Blvd

Grants help advance two 'Rail Heritage Center'…

The Bee - News
Some grant money is on its way to Southeast's Rail Heritage Center museum, for its projects

Mid-May Precision Castparts acid spill contained

The Bee - News
The spill happened at a vendor's truck when it was offloading; nothing went into the creek

Dropping an 'A D U' into a Southeast back yard

The Bee - News
Suppose you could install a revenue-producing Accessory Dwelling Unit -- for no cost?

Woodstock car and bike smashup injures rider

The Bee - News
Amazingly, a bike rider was only a bit injured in a Woodstock head-on crash with a car

Sellwood church sells lot to improve Community Hall

The Bee - News
The Sellwood church quells neighbor worry about big apartments rising on land it is selling

Springwater Corridor bridge to be a boon for…

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PP&R posts detour; Springwater Trail closed from mid-May to replace 1900s railroad span

Fire flares up in Woodstock home - twice - within…

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Generally, when PF&R leaves a housefire scene, the fire stays out. Not this time, apparently...

Woodstock single parent with cancer aided by…

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Assistance is being given to cancer patients in Woodstock by a Portland-based charity

BUSINESS BRIEFS

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Each month, the Business Briefs are short news items about what's new in Inner Southeast businesses

Local think tank contemplates Sellwood Bridge - and…

The Bee - News
The City of Portland may like 'road diets' -- but that had nothing to do with this county bridge!

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

The Bee - News
Here's where BEE readers interact with the newspaper on matters of interest in Southeast Portland

Brown weighs plan to squeeze 'kicker' rebate

Portland Tribune - News
Capping the amount taxpayers could receive is one idea being floated to fund housing and infrastructure projects.

New state librarian settling in among stacks of…

Portland Tribune - News
Jennifer Patterson is anxious to become part of Oregon's library community as she learns her way around state and its connection to books.

PERS reform passes after Speaker whips last-minute…

Portland Tribune - News
After an initial vote, Speaker Tina Kotek was two votes shy of passing her bill. But some late politicking got the job done.

Bigfoot says only you can stomp out wildfires

Portland Tribune - News
The big Northwest guy appears in June on state posters and in a social media campaign encouraging people to avoid starting fires.

Colleagues remember Jackie Winters as 'fierce…

Portland Tribune - News
Elected to the Legislature in 1998 as the state's first African-American Republican, Winters was an icon and leaves a legacy for all Republicans.

Gun bill demise angers students in 'fight for our…

Portland Tribune - News
Young people try to negotiate obstacles as they lobby hard for changes to make their schools safe from gun violence.

Suicide-prevention bills try to shield youth from…

Portland Tribune - News
'Our schools have become the de facto social service providers of our communities, yet we hadn't really been funding them that way.'

Drunk driver injures Portland policeman on duty

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It was the second case of a DUI driver injuring an officer on duty in Southeast just this month...

Despite new bucks, PERS still could gobble up…

Portland Tribune - News
Lawmakers trying to control retirement costs, but grants to local districts might not be enough to block funding erosion.

Murder victim found lying in Lents front yard

The Bee - News
The body was lying in a residental front yard in the Lents neighborhood; police are investigating

Measure 11 reform, other criminal justice bills…

Portland Tribune - News
Criminal justice policies are Legislature's theme of the week, including bill to reform how juveniles accused of violent crimes are tried and…

Cederberg awarded nation's highest police honor

Hillsboro Tribune - News
State Trooper is first Oregonian to receive Medal of Valor from President Trump after surviving a harrowing Christmas Day 2016 shootout.

Unions search for path around dues deduction…

Portland Tribune - News
Legal challenges to the way funds are taken from paychecks put public employee labor groups on the defensive.

Lawmakers wrestle with plans for kicker 'windfall'

Portland Tribune - News
Paying down PERS debt is one strategy, and others want to 'sock it away' for a rainy budget day

Ill-fated vaccine fight stoked grassroots anger

Portland Tribune - News
Motivated citizens, egged on by social media campaigns and powerful anti-vaccine groups, left some legislators shaken.

Cap-and-trade bill takes step toward reality

Portland Tribune - News
Landmark carbon pricing proposal moved out of committee on a party-line vote after months of hearings and amendments.

Oregon's roads, bridges and pipes don't pass…

Portland Tribune - News
With a big quake looming, civil engineers society says state needs to spend billions to improve infrastructure.

Oregon taxpayers will get $1 billion back in…

Portland Tribune - News
Economists say the kicker is double the predicted amount and would be the largest in state history.

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