The loving father, husband, brother and friend who was highly loved and respected by members of the community with whom he worked, has died at the age of 62.
From Vancouver to Portland, Joe Reed is survived by many friends and family.
End of late book fines encourage participation
The library’s Summer Reading program entices kids to read for pleasure when school is not in session.
Oregon seventh for locking up black residents
Oregon has the seventh highest percentage rate in the United States of incarceration of black people in state prisons.
Stories behind the church members who lost their lives
“We Are Charleston,” is a comprehensive new book about last summer’s tragic events at South Carolina’s Mother Emanuel Church.
Popular zoo program runs daily
This year’s program also features some new animals and a much-anticipated return to the zoo’s central lawn.
New chief takes oath and makes changes
Portland Police Chief Larry O’Dea will be replaced by Captain Mike Marshman, Mayor Charlie Hales announced Monday.
Warfield to lead Prince tribute at Blues festival
For the last 29 years, the Oregon Food Bank has used the emotional power of blues music to help pacify hunger.
Community unites for parade and festival
The Good in the Hood Festival brought the community together for yet another fun year.
Ashland play ‘Roe’ accords dignity to complex points of view
"Roe" is a beautifully directed play by Bill Rauch and features a wise and stunning cast. It's playing in Ashland through the end of October.
Portland's 44th Juneteenth celebration was this past weekend.
The Western States Golf Association, founded in 1954, has over 1,000 members in over 33 affiliated clubs in six Western states.
Festival promotes unity in the community
For over 20 years, the Good in the Hood Festival has had thousands of community residents participating.
Supporting vital services for released inmates
People returning to the community from Oregon’s prisons and jails face numerous barriers to successfully reintegrating.
“Tribute Prince” is available in print for $3.99 at Comic Flea Market.
Affordable housing tax could save mobile home park
An affordable housing tax could save the homes of the Oak Leaf Mobile Home Park residents.
Skinn’s stabbing revives community concerns
The death of a dancer at a northeast Portland strip club revives community concerns.
Changes come for certain Ballot Measure 11 charges in the second degree.
“Roots, Resistance, Revolution” is the theme for the June 22 celebration as a response to the growing issue of housing displacement in Portland.
Diversity of donors saves lives
Just in time for Juneteenth, the 11th Annual Dr. Charles Drew Community Blood Drive returns.