Two Southeast holdups in one night

The Bee - News
Two stickups were reported Saturday night, August 18, in Southeast -- police looking for the bandits

Lents 'transient flop house' found ablaze

The Bee - News
The house was boarded up, but was being used by transients; no indication yet how the fire started

Two injured in Powellhurst-Gilbert shooting

The Bee - News
Two were shot in front of a convenience store on S.E. Powell Boulevard at 122nd Avenue

S.E. panel explores homelessness and mental illness

The Bee - News
This panel discussion was held in Inner Southeast at Southeast Uplift headquarters

Man arrested in 'Sellwood Center Apartments' stabbing

The Bee - News
The stabbing reported at a Sellwood high-rise was classified as a 'domestic dispute'

Accused drug pusher busted on Powell Blvd

The Bee - News
An out-of-county alleged drug dealer was caught at a popular Powell fast-food restaurant

Foster Road 'Freddy's bomber' gets federal prison time

The Bee - News
It happened over two years ago; the store is gone now, but justice has been served

Distracted driver causes multi-car crash on Duke Street

The Bee - News
Distracted driving, for whatever reason, causes another car crash in Inner Southeast

Foster Road soccer supply company damaged by fire

The Bee - News
Soccer is hot these days. Normally, though, not hot enough to start a fire....

Volunteers spruce up Lane Middle School

The Bee - News
Parents and community members pitch in to clean up Lane Middle School in Southeast

Westmoreland's Troop 64: Two more Eagle Scouts

The Bee - News
Two more Boy Scouts from Westmoreland have attained scouting's highest honor

Woodstock T-bone smashup sends two to hospital

The Bee - News
Car crashes like this one don't happen when people STOP at stop signs, instead of sliding through

BUSINESS BRIEFS

The Bee - News
The Business Briefs are short news items about what's new in the Southeast merchant community

FROM THE EDITOR

The Bee - News
A startling change of name (and mission?) for the Portland Office of Neighborhood Involvement

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

The Bee - News
Here's where BEE readers share what is on their mind -- in our 'Letters to the Editor'

Man arrested in Southeast shooting incident

The Bee - News
The only mystery seems to be what the shooting was all about; the shooter is in custody

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…

Assault suspect on Powell Blvd struggles with officers

The Bee - News
The main with a train of sidewalk carts behind him seemed to think a woman stole from him

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.

Ribbon cut, opening new Lents sidewalk

The Bee - News
In many parts of Southeast and Northeast Portland, there are no sidewalks; that's changing

Ex-con with gun arrested on hate crime charges in Lents

The Bee - News
No injuries, but he was a felon with a gun, and he has been charged with a hate crime as well

Two homes in Holgate trailer park damaged by cooking fire

The Bee - News
A mistake in a kitchen caught one home on fire...and then another one...off Holgate Blvd

Cops catch armed juveniles inside Marshall Campus

The Bee - News
Armed juveniles break into the Lents Marshall High campus to steal and vandalize; are caught

Police nab teens in Safeway theft, 3 stolen cars

The Bee - News
Arrests made in a mini crime wave in outer Southeast Portland, involving teens

Car prowler stabs victim; is found by a K-9 and arrested

The Bee - News
A burglary turned into a much worse crime in Lents when the assailant pulled out a knife

Teen a victim of armed robbery near Creston Pool

The Bee - News
A midnight swim in a public pool is not supposed to be dangerous...but this time it was

Drug bust in Inner Southeast takes two off the street

The Bee - News
Once again, Inner Southeast neighbors help the police bust a drug house -- and those in it

Murdered man found in Hazelwood ditch

The Bee - News
A homicide is discovered near an East Portland Goodwill Store...motive and perpatrator unknown

Review sought for Eastmoreland 'Historic District' ruling

The Bee - News
It appears the controversy over an Eastmoreland Historic District is not yet at an end after all

Springwater Trail closes till October, through Oaks Bottom

The Bee - News
For the next four months the Springwater Trail will be closed through Oaks Bottom

Reed biology grad discovers plastic-eating bugs

The Bee - News
In a plastic-littered world, a Southeast college student may have found part of the solution

'Sky Eyes' to give Portland real-time road data

The Bee - News
If the drivers are not getting any smarter, maybe the STREETS will be able to fill the gap...

Man found murdered on Marshall Campus track

The Bee - News
A homicide that sounds like the plot of a summer mystery novel -- right here in Southeast

'Pickles' open third baseball season in Lents Park

The Bee - News
Portland has a baseball team named after a popular condiment, and it plays in Southeast

'Meals On Wheels' moves back to Westmoreland from Brooklyn

The Bee - News
Some major changes are being made to the Meals On Wheels service for seniors, locall

Can and bottle redemption service to leave Woodstock Safeway

The Bee - News
You soon may be changing the way you return deposit-paid beverage bottles and cans

Electrifying development at Tucker Maxon: Solar panels on…

The Bee - News
The electric bill be going down a bit, at the private school on S.E. Holgate Boulevard

Powell Blvd. lounge stabbing injures two

The Bee - News
A lounge with a lurid name becomes the scene of an assault with a knife on Powell Blvd.

Summer splashes begin at the Sellwood Pool

The Bee - News
The iconic Sellwood Pool was the first public swimming pool in the City of Portland

Brooklyn Park reaches fund goal; summer program and water…

The Bee - News
Brooklyn doesn't have a public pool, and PP&R funding was lost for the summer program, but...

Errol Heights street-paving L.I.D. passes

The Bee - News
Is the road just too bumpy and rutty? Looks like the third try means it will be paved...

90th Scandinavian 'Midsummer Fest' held at The Oaks

The Bee - News
The Scandinavian community again gathers at historic Oaks Park for their annual celebration

Annual 'Share-It Square' intersection repainting…

The Bee - News
Each year, a paint party not only refreshes the painted insersection, but adds new themes...

Japan quake's 'lessons learned' apply here, too

The Bee - News
The echoes of Japan's monumental earthquake a few years ago continue to resound here

Fire chars Foster-Powell home

The Bee - News
The cause of this blaze has not yet been publicly announced, nor have the damages

Southeast neighbors envision new 'River Plan' for…

The Bee - News
The city's view of, and plans for, the Willamette River change -- and local input is sought

Foster Shelter group drafts 'Good Neighbor…

The Bee - News
Talks continue to make sure the new Foster Shelter won't impact the community

On Foster Road – a grocery store with a past

The Bee - News
That county shelter moving in on Foster Road will be using a building with a history

BUSINESS BRIEFS

The Bee - News
The Business Briefs are highlights of what's new in the Inner Southeast Portland business community

FROM THE EDITOR

The Bee - News
Our new press setup made an unusual error last month -- and our readers told us about it!

Feds return Eastmoreland historic district plan for…

Portland Tribune - News
State historic preservation agency must determine if thousands of new trusts created by opponents of the district are valid.

Montavilla cash snatcher nabbed by neighbors

The Bee - News
Bystanders in Southeast Portland get involved -- and help the police catch the bad guy

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

The Bee - News
The Letters to the Editor are the monthly opportunity for our readers to share their thoughts

Police catch burglary suspect in East Portland

The Bee - News
Breaking and entering with intent to steal is not as easy as it sounds -- as one 21-year-old learned

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

Police arrest two teens for shots fired in…

The Bee - News
Gunshots in Montavilla draw police; a group of teens were located and two guns were confiscated, leading to arrests

Busy night: Big crash on 82nd; body found at high…

The Bee - News
Clackamas County pursuit crashes at Flavel and 82nd; body found on SE Portland High School track

Man walks in front of MAX in Westmoreland; is…

The Bee - News
Another pedestrian-vs-MAX collision appears to have been an attempt at suicide

Hit-and-run driver pursued, captured in Lents

The Bee - News
Hitting and running is bad enough, but fleeing the cops in a pursuit made it worse

'Camper' attacks Russell neighborhood resident

The Bee - News
A homeless camper with a knife attempts to kill a resident nearby, and is arrested

Gas line break in Lents blacks out Inner Southeast

The Bee - News
So how DID a pipe-break east of 82nd blow out all the electric power west to the river?

Vandals shatter windows of three banks in Woodstock

The Bee - News
In addition to three banks vandalized in Woodstock, another was damaged near Hawthorne

'Mortuary Collection' movie films in Sellwood

The Bee - News
If you see the movie, look for Oaks Pioneer Church in it -- Sellwood landmark as movie set

Brooklyn shooting leaves one wounded

The Bee - News
The cause of this unusual shooting incident in the Brooklyn neighborhood is unknown

'Friends' continue making Multnomah County Fair a…

The Bee - News
It's one of the few county fairs, nationally, abandoned by its county -- but it soldiers on, here

'Friends of Brooklyn Park' holds concert fundraiser

The Bee - News
A PP&R program cancellation sparks a neighborhood's drive to bring it back by itself

Sellwood Middle School marches in 'Thank-You Parade'

The Bee - News
An Inner Southeast middle school marches to thank the merchants who support its programs

Reed neighborhood commercial laundry catches fire

The Bee - News
No major damage, other than smoke, from an industrial laundry fire in the Reed neighborhood

Three young armed bandits rob Woodstock Plaid Pantry

The Bee - News
Three child bandits in a very serious armed robbery in the Woodstock neighborhood

'Unipiper' leads Llewellyn 'bike train' to school

The Bee - News
A celebrity on a unicycle led a Westmoreland student bike train -- but no flames, for safety reasons

Powell Boulevard Safety Project is underway

The Bee - News
ODOT is engaged in an upgrade of S.E. Powell -- for drivers, pedestrians, and CHS students

Solved: Mystery of 'Fenced bench' at Oaks…

The Bee - News
People were wondering why a particular Sellwood bench seemed to be 'in detention'...

'Train Day': Locomotive's 80th Birthday Party

The Bee - News
When a locomotive turns 80, it's time to break out the balloons and party favors

'Avenue of Roses Parade' returns; delights thousands

The Bee - News
After a year off, caused by public threats against it, this Rose Festival parade returned in May

Woodstock now boasts beautiful trash cans

The Bee - News
Loveliness in trash -- a dream realized, along the Woodstock Boulevard business district

Arbor Day celebration marks second year at Mt.…

The Bee - News
Arbor Day has long been celebrated nationally, but in Inner Southeast, it's year two

Volunteers replant Errol Heights Park's lowland

The Bee - News
An Inner Southeast park needing upgrading and repair gets a boost from local residents

Two cars smashed, in roll-over wreck at SE Holgate…

The Bee - News
Motorists trying to beat the light regularly collide at Holgate and Milwaukie

Grout play structure demolished - new one on the way

The Bee - News
The fund-raising done, Grout School's deteriorating old play structures are being replaced

Woodstock murder unsolved; investigation continues

The Bee - News
It's been close to four years, but at this point -- no suspects, and no arrests...

Earth Day celebrated at 'Learning Gardens'

The Bee - News
Among the many places celebrating this day was the Learning Garden in Brentwood-Darlington

Brooklyn Action Corps installs officers, includes…

The Bee - News
Is it a neighborhood associaition meeting, or a local business fair? This time, it was both

Beloved Llewellyn School librarian retires

The Bee - News
The word from Llewellyn Elementary School -- a beloved librarian retires this month

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

The Bee - News
BEE readers write to the editor with thoughts about events taking place in Inner Southeast

BUSINESS BRIEFS

The Bee - News
Here are several short items concerning the business community, this month, in Southeast

FROM THE EDITOR

The Bee - News
Your new flat screen TV cannot receive new local channels without a 'rescan'. It's time to do it.

'Southeast Shred' takes in tons of drugs &…

The Bee - News
Getting rid of old household drugs & paper shredding are big draws; e-waste disposal a surprise hit

2018 Rose Festival VIP winner chosen

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

'Lunar New Year' cancellation brings 'Cultural…

The Bee - News
A festival postponed is better than a festival cancelled; this one was at the Holgate Library

Suspect Arrested, Two Guns Seized, in Southeast…

The Bee - News
The good news: Nobody hurt. The bad news: An AK47 assault rifle was involved in a domestic dispute

Southeast robber caught after a robbery for beer

The Bee - News
It's not the first time a Southeast Portland business has been robbed for something trivial

Mysterious rush hour crash closes 82nd Avenue

The Bee - News
The wreck closed down 82nd Avenue of Roses for several hours, to restore power

Man wounded by gunfire on SE Powell Blvd

The Bee - News
A man was injured by gunfire on S.E. Powell Boulevard east of 82nd Avenue; shooter at large

Three masked teens rob Woodstock convenience store

The Bee - News
The oft-targeted Woodstock convenience store is victimzed by a gang of three young bandits

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

Police announce arrests in shooting of Jahrell…

The Bee - News
Local police agencies announce two arrests in a shooting, in March, at Clackamas Town Center

Medical problem blamed for 'driver into a house'

The Bee - News
This time it wasn't the result of speed or DUII; police say a medical emergency caused the crash

Multi-agency pursuit results in arrest of…

The Bee - News
It took three different police agencies working together to bring this suspect to justice

Not a fan of Cinco de Mayo celebrations...?

The Bee - News
A Southeast man learns that firing a any gun in the city is still a against the law, and is arrested

Eastmoreland 'Historic District' denied by state

The Bee - News
The twists and turns that this neighborhood conflict has taken are close to historic themselves

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