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Help with Parenting

Parent finds solace among other parents through POIC + Rosemary Anderson High School’s Community Healing Initiative

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Caring for Someone with Dementia

Black families offer lessons in how to manage the burden that comes with caregiving.

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Soul 2 Soul on Black Resilience

Culturally specific DRIVE THRU event to repair the bridges of the Black Community will focus on free vaccinations for COVID-19 ...

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Heat Wave Emergency Declared

In a “worst-case scenario,” the temperature could reach as high as 111 in some parts of western Oregon by Friday ...

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Cool Spaces, Misting Centers Open

Five cooling centers have been opened and some Multnomah County libraries have extended their hours as temperatures near triple digits. ...

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Mask Indoors for Safety, Officials say

In response to a spike in COVID-19 cases in Oregon and updated national guidance calling for masking measures to prevent ...

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Bridge Installation to Close I-84

After over a year of construction, a new pedestrian bridge over I-84, connecting the Lloyd District of northeast Portland with ...

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Multnomah Heat Deaths Rise to 67

The Multnomah County Medical Examiner reported Monday that the number of deaths from last week’s record-breaking heat wave had risen ...

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Blistering Heat Disrupts Max Transit

With an unprecedented and dangerous heat wave gripping the Pacific Northwest, officials in Portland, shut down light rail and street ...

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COVID-19 Outbreak at County Jail

Officials confirmed Tuesday that another COVID-19 outbreak at Multnomah County’s Inverness Jail in northeast Portland has infected 25 people in ...

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Celebrating 102 Years!

Elizabeth Mosley of Portland will be celebrating her 102th birthday on May 25!

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Scholarships Build on Community

Volunteers of America Oregon recently awarded $60,000 in scholarships to 29 Oregon students coming from families impacted by alcohol and ...

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Turning Point for Mass Vaccinations

Portland, Oregon’s mass vaccination site is expected to close on June 19 after giving hundreds of thousands of COVID-19 inoculations, ...

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COVID Risk Moved Back to Extreme

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown said Tuesday rising COVID-19 hospitalizations threaten to overwhelm doctors and she is moving 15 counties into ...

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Vaccines to All by April 19

All Oregon residents age 16 and up will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine on April 19.

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