Rebid Dragon Boat & Orbit Cafes Expansion
N/NE Community Health Center sets fundraiser
North by Northeast is the only medical clinic in Oregon devoted to black health and has become a trusted community resource
Instructor applies life experiences
Usha Ramanujam gets inspired when she talks about her perspective students.
It’s time for $15 and a union
Last month, McDonald’s announced a dramatic about-face in its political priorities. After years of strikes and protests from labor activists, the burger giant has decided to end its involvement in lobbying campaigns against increasing America’s paltry $7.25 federal minimum wage.
Students give back for Habitat for Humanity
Rainy weather didn’t douse the spirits of a hardy group of student volunteers from Oregon Connections Academy who put in several hours of hard work at Habitat for Humanity’s build site in the Cully Neighborhood.
Hair stylist and fashion influencer Electra S. Davis says that royal purple will be the trending hair color for summer.
Vancouver leaders look for answers
Two southwest Washington civil rights groups are looking for answers after a string of officer-involved shootings in Clark County.
Native voices heard in ‘Crossing Mnisose’
The play is from celebrated playwright, activist, and attorney Mary Kathryn Nagle (Cherokee Nation), whose “Manahatta” recently captivated audiences at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
Nipsey Hussle’s life inspired a city, world
Beyonce and Jay-Z were among the big-name celebrities who attended the three-hour event in Los Angeles at the Staples Center, where the last celebrity funeral held at the concert arena was Michael Jackson's in 2009.
Tips to help you get prepared
Several of Oregon’s most admired companies will be on hand this year when the Portland Community College Job Fair returns for its 22nd year.
Franklin is undergoing a mascot name change because its current identity, Quakers, has been found to violate district policy that forbids names with a religious affiliation.v
New proposal for never used jail
A new vision for the never-used Wapato jail been drafted by Volunteers of America. This time the proposal is to create a 100-bed residential treatment program for addiction and mental health services for men and women.
Chief joins screening of ‘The Hate You Give’
“We still have to recognize and acknowledge that there’s bias in the world and we’re not always aware of it…we know as Portland Police officers that anything that happens anywhere else in this country impacts us here, in the winds of how we do our jobs here.”
It had been 14 years since Woods last won the Masters, and he had gone nearly 11 years since his last major, the 2008 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines.
A man convicted of deliberately running down a black man with his Jeep in Gresham nearly three years ago was given a life sentence by a Multnomah County judge Tuesday.
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Oregon Lottery says investigation is due diligence
Oregon's plans to be one of the first Western states to offer legalized sports gambling hits a snag
Two new Amur tigers to the Oregon Zoo, sisters Eloise and Bernadette, have begun venturing outside to explore their surroundings. The 2-year-olds have stripes that are unique to each individual, similar to our fingerprints. Bernadette has one stripe on her front left paw, for example and Eloise has two, zookeepers said.
“A Dark Sky Full of Stars” is world premiere play by Don Zolidis and directed by Portland’s Jocelyn Seid and is being brought to the stage by Theatre Vertigo, a local theater group, Thursday, April 11 through May 12 at Shoebox Theater, 2110 S.E. 10th Ave.
Thousands of used books, movies and more in all genres and areas of interest will be available for purchase at great deals when the New Friends of the Beaverton City Library hold for their annual spring sale, starting with members only on Wednesday, April 10 and open to all through Sunday, April 14 at the Main Beaverton City Library, 12375 S.W. Fifth St.