Friday, June 28
Reo’s moves to Southeast Powell
Reo Varnardo has had to overcome several hardships as owner of Reo's Ribs, but with his new location he is hoping for a fresh start
Thursday, June 27
Racist attack didn’t occur in a vacuum
On Social Media, racism rears its head
Wednesday, June 26
My support for Lew Frederick on the blight of abandoned houses
A Republican from southern Oregon works with a Portland Democrat for the common good
Job Opportunities come with New Seasons Williams Avenue store
New Seasons Market preps for upcoming job fair for its new Williams Avenue store
Couple overcomes adversity with hospital wedding
Pregnancy and trying adversities could not stop this Portland couple from tying the knot
Darneace Blue remembered by family and friends
First annual Summer African American Film Festival series begins
Tuesday, June 25
Popular northeast Portland event Last Thursday faces an uncertain feature after major supporter withdraws its backing.
Peninsula Park and Community Center celebrate 100 years
Historic park celebrates 100 years
Friday, June 21
Striving for works out of the mainstream
The Regional Arts and Culture Council strives for a more diverse point of view in the mainstream.
Wednesday, June 19
Employees impacted by recurring acts of racism
Several Portland-area workers battle against employers after experiencing blatant racial insensitivity on the job
Procurement Services raises profile with minority firms
Portland Procurement services continue to forge strong relationships with various minority and women-owned businesses
A more than 10-year dream for Jefferson High School is finally realized.
Skanska is Construction Company of the Year
Business honored at OAME's 25th annual conference.
It’s time for business to invest in America
Is this US investing too many resources in other countries?
Postal workers protest increasing privatization of their jobs.
Wednesday, June 12
Encouragement for those who feel they are outsiders
Our Opinionated Judge brings light to a highly under-recognized film.
Portland filmmaker takes aim at the complexities
First-time filmmaker looks at the complexities of black fatherhood
Being well-fed is good for the economy
Are cuts to the food stamp program, harmful or helpful to the economy?
Tuesday, June 11
Suggestive Behavior Uproar
Mayor Charlie Hales gets some unwanted attention after one of his top aides is accused of making suggestive remarks and gestures
Monday, June 10
Filmmaking and torture collide
Inspired by a flippant remark about the treatment of Guantanamo Bay prisoners, "Stress Position" is born.
Annual event supports north and northeast Portland
In honor of the 50th anniversary of the historic March on Washington, the North-Northeast Business Association is holding its second second annual Dream Run.
Thursday, June 6
Woman Found Dead in Hawaii Comes Home
Memorial service is held after Portland woman's mysterious death
Our Opinionated Judge on the 'Central Park Five'
Movie strikes a chord on the wrongfully convicted
Wednesday, June 5
Supporters came out in full force for Portland's third annual "Walk to End Lupus Now"