Wednesday, May 29
Big Brothers Big Sisters kids earn savings award
Big Brothers Big Sisters kids start thinking about college
Summer walking tours begin in Vancouver.
Practitioners of natural hair get restrictions eased.
Oregon joins 22 other states in loosening restrictions on natural hair care.
Tournament gets ready for June 7 tip off
Future college and NBA stars at The Portland Showcase for its ninth year.
Plans made for annual neighborhood party
Organizers of annual community neighborhood seek extra support this year.
Community steps up to keep park program
The Evergreen Summer Playground program gets tremendous community support.
Grant High School freshman wins Good Sports award.
A day of free parking and a night of free camping awaits visitors to Oregon State Parks.
Jobs needed to rebuild country
The biggest crisis of all -- the epidemic of double-digit unemployment
Racists don't like being called out
I have always suspected that racists didn't like being called out for their racism.
Friday, May 24
Bank of America invests in PCC job training
Fifteen more students will now have access to career training thanks to a donation to the Portland Community College Foundation by Bank of America.
Friday, May 17
R&B vocalist wins American Idol title
Candice Glover voted best singer of Fox talent competion
High school graduate ready for next challenge
High School graduate looks ahead for next step in education marathon.
Thursday, May 16
In loving memory
Portland is improving security at its city parks
Unified purpose against terror gets left behind
The issue is not gun confiscation or an attack on anyone's rights
All-star team proves victorious
Wednesday, May 15
Ndamukong Suh and Nike team up for track and field
Two powerhouses help Grant High School
Renovation to pay tribute to African-American history
Historic Dawson Park will benefit from a $200,000 donation from its neighbor, Legacy Emanuel Medical Center.
Our Opinionated Judge on how the movie 'Lincoln' addresses slavery
Portland dentists add their voices to fluoride debate
Portland residents debate water fluoridation
Wednesday, May 8
Roosevelt students respond to poor air quality report
Portland’s statistically poorest high school, Roosevelt, is home to some of the worst air quality in the nation.
Thursday, May 2
From Iraq to Portland area entrepreneur
Hussein Al-Baiaty was a refugee in the Mideast and did not know a word of English when he migrated to the United States at age 8.
The Albina Ministerial Alliance Coalition for Justice and Police Reform will lead a memorial vigil on Sunday, May 5, for James, the 25-year-old African American woman who was killed by Portland Police exactly 10 years ago on the Skidmore overpass in Portland.