Administration called out for toxic environment
White woman heads up Multicultural Center
Group brings national speaker on social justice
Rev. William Barber II, an outspoken advocate for social justice and grassroots activism, was keynote for Meyer Memorial Trust Equity Speaker Series on race, equity, inclusion and diversity.
Nonprofit buys church property with community help
The presence of Albina Head Start in Portland’s diverse Woodlawn neighborhood will continue thanks to the successful purchase of the Woodlawn Methodist Church at Northeast 15th and Dekum
Inspiring role model serves her community
Outspoken and inspiring, she plans to become a lawyer
Lois Alfreda Jackson
Lovingly married for 65 years
The toxicity of racism at Portland State
Portland State University Black Studies Department Chair writes critical piece on lack of support
Space Reconfiguration Upgrades Project-
Musicians sign up for April 2020 show
The popular Mt. Hood Jazz Festival will return to Mt. Hood Community College this spring after 15 years
Online signups and voting encourage participation
Applications for the 2020 Rose Festival Court are now available online
Herbert Amerson, most loved centenarian
Herbert L. Amerson is celebrating his 100th birthday on Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019.
Community liaison trying to gather the resources
The Walnut Park Homeless Shelter is not scheduled to serve a meal on Thanksgiving Day, but those plans could change with volunteer help
Mayor, commissioner to host two meetings
Goal is to educate the public about the collective bargaining process and to document people’s concerns about the new contract
Parkrose advances with their hero coach
The headlines keep coming for Parkrose High School and their hero head football coach Keaton Lowe.
New play bears witness to heartache
Since 1993, the women of Juárez, Mexico have been disappearing and no one has solved the mystery
Dorothy Marie Reid
Homecoming service will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 15 at New Hope Baptist Church
I’m a veteran from a family of veterans
Across the country, nearly 113,000 veterans now serve as postal workers.
Young people explore paths to success
Local nonprofit helps young people meet challenges, overcome obstacles
Launch comes with hopes and concerns
Players must be 21 to use Scoreboard and can set up the app on both IOS and Android devices.
Actors contribute to script in new play
The play investigates the narrative of the American economic dream for black Americans, drawing from many sources.
Citizen calls out Blue Lives Matter sticker on police vehicle
A political “Blue Lives Matter” sticker on the window of a Portland police squad car has drawn the ire of a local citizen