Hillary makes history as first woman to lead major party as presidential candidate
Hillary Clinton makes history as the first woman to lead a major party in a presidential race
Bank of America is helping five Portland students with investing in their futures.
Benefits found in problem solving
A new study shows children learning two languages perform better at certain problem-solving tasks than their monolingual peers.
Carla Hayden is the first woman and the first African-American to hold the Librarian of Congress position.
Jefferson senior achieves at state
Mason Williams proves you don’t have to be an Olympian to demonstrate a commitment to something you love to do.
Bell finished #8 on the debut season of XFactor and has performed with Van Morrison, Sheryl Crow, B.B. King, Etta James and more.
Ken Griffey Jr. was inducted Saturday into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Mark Mitsui picked from Obama Administration
A leader from President Obama’s My Brother’s Keeper initiative will be the next president of Portland Community College.
Lee's first feature-length film and considerable landmark independent film is the next in NW Film Center's Rooftop Cinema.
Herman Bryant, 59, was sentenced Wednesday to three years in prison for embezzling money from the Miracles Club.
Activists plan Saturday bike ride to build understanding
Gentrification is the major talking point of the city today, but for many neighborhoods it has been a reality for far too long.
It will be the first time in 20 years the show has been produced theatrically with a professional cast in Portland.
Michael Strickland has been banned from two local institutions.
District put off health and safety issues
Portland Public School Superintendent Carole Smith on Monday said she will step down now rather than wait a year to retire.
Program breaks barriers to a college education
New funds will help PCC provide nearly 3,000 students with critical services and support.
The Senate last week confirmed the longtime head of Baltimore's library system to be the next Librarian of Congress.
Equity push brings White House honor
The White House honored Portlander Desiree Williams-Rajee Friday along with nine others from around the country as “Champions of Change for Climate Equity.”
Almost 6 million U.S. citizens are effectively locked out of the democratic process.
Thousands of Marylanders will regain the right to cast their ballots this election year, thanks to the state’s lawmakers.
New requirements fail kids of color, advocates say
An attempt to increase the quality of preschool instructors in the process risks isolating kids of color.