Terry Porter moves from NBA to guide Pilots
Porter is a beloved former Portland Trail Blazer, 17-year NBA veteran player and former NBA head coach.
Eugene “Angel” Lee Hudson was born on July 26 1990 to Leroy Hudson Jr. and Candi Wallace in San Francisco. He passed away on March 29, 2016.
Religous freedom bills turn back the clock on discrimination
You cannot invoke a special right to deny another their rights as citizens.
New Seasons expands to University Park
New Seasons Market, the locally-grown chain of grocery outlets that puts a premium on fresh, healthy foods while giving back to the community, has expanded its reach by opening its third location in north Portland.
Encouraginge black self-love instead of self-hatred
Racial healing to stop white supremacy, racism and entitlement
Congratulations 3rd Grade HEAT boys
Win five straight to earn title
Trinity Lutheran celebrates
Setting goals pays off for Lady Tigers
Family and neighbors call for safety improvements
Hugs, tears and fond memories were shared for a long time member of the black community
Enrollment balancing fatal for most K-8s
Plan goes to school board for final approval
Minori 'Min' Yasui was a civil rights champion
His Act of civil disobedience made him a true hero
Community choir performs for Easter
60 kids participate in community-wide effort
Lola M. Carter
PCC wins support to build center on apprenticeship model
Project addresses manufacturing challenges through applied research and advanced technical training.
Making career connections
On Tuesday, April 5, job seekers will have the opportunity to meet face to face with recruiters from over 70 of the area’s most desirable employers at the Urban League of Portland Career Connections Job Fair.
NW Film Center event
Filmmaker will introduce the program
An American Mussolini
True to form, Trump blamed everybody but himself for this debacle.
Dancers represent past and present
Portland’s White Bird dance series brings Brazil’s world-acclaimed Grupo Corpo to the city for a performance that celebrates the group’s 40th anniversary.
Toxins fall after curbs by glass manufactures
New data from air and soil samples collected around Bullseye Glass Co. in southeast Portland and Uroboros in north Portland, as well as of soil samples collected at the Tubman school building site in north Portland, reveal there is no immediate or urgent public health risk under current conditions, state health officials say.
Presidential campaign comes to Portland and Vancouver
Vancouver has been historically overlooked during presidential campaigns, but not anymore
Ducks only Pac-12 team to advance at NCAAs
Regional Semifinal game takes place Thursday