State teams up with tradeswomen to fight job site duress
In the trades, it’s often issues of sexual harassment and bigoted opinions on race and gender that remain major obstacles to progress.
The International Center for Traditional Childbearing in Portland has graduated the first cohort of African American Childbirth Educators.
Health center improves outcomes and provides career mentoring
Providing students with easy access to health services, Benson Polytechnic High School recently unveiled their new student wellness center.
Consider the research and all the costs
The more we wage our conflicts with nonviolence, the lower the costs.
Eight Clark College Jazz Ensemble students were honored with Outstanding Musicianship awards at the University of Northern Colorado/Greeley Jazz Festival.
Speaking up for our brothers and sisters
The futures of millions of immigrant families are on hold until the Supreme Court makes a decision in U.S. v. Texas.
Votes have been counted, how did everyone stack up?
A race for state representative in north and northeast Portland has gone back and forth with Tawna Sanchez now pulling ahead of Roberta Phillip-Robins with a 90 vote lead.
Samoyia LaCheryl Lowe
Samoyia LaCheryl Lowe
Celebrating a history, culture and legacy
This coming Memorial Day marks the 68th anniversary of the Vanport Flood.
Local playwright presents ‘Note to Self’
The play is a personal examination of how individuals change and grow over time.
The ins and outs of recycling
Is it recycling or garbage? Read on for what goes in and what stays out of your home recycling bin.
Stotts completed his fourth season as Blazers head coach last week, going 44-38 to solidify his third consecutive winning season.
The Northwest Film Center presents “Black Girl” as part of its series of restored or preserved film prints.
Blazers fall to defending champion Warriors
A special season in which the Portland Trail Blazers defied expectations and advanced to the postseason with an exciting playoff run ended Wednesday night in Oakland
In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association.
Stronger than ever, the five-time Grammy Award winners will be in Portland to perform Friday, May 13 at 7:30 p.m. at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall.
"As Poet Laureate, she will be a great asset to our state, using vivid storytelling to help us understand who we are as a larger community."
Blending pop, rock and R&B into a style he’s dubbed “acoustic soul,” Colin will perform Monday, May 17 at 7:30 p.m. at Mississippi Studios.
Maddie Mary Davis Richmond
A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Andrew’s Catholic Church, 806 N.E. Alberta St. on Thursday, May 12 at 11am.
Report on DAs is push for criminal justice reform
As Oregon votes in next week’s Primary Election most of the candidates overseeing criminal justice in the state won’t face any opposition and that’s a roadblock to reforming laws that disproportionately impact minorities, according to a new report by the American Civil Liberties Union of Oregon.