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Low Income Fares Wanted

OPAL is asking TriMet to adopt a reduced fare for low-income riders as part of a larger strategy to support ...

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Fixing the Taps

Information snowballed to the public in regards to hidden issues on the presence of lead in PPS water faucets, leaving ...

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Futsal Courts for Healthy, Active Lives

The recently constructed courts signify a strong public service commitment by the Portland Timbers and their community partners.

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You Can Now Text 911

Multnomah County residents can now text 911 in the case of an emergency.

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Making Food Benefits Go Further

Get twice the bang for your SNAP benefit buck on fruits and veggies.

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Noodle Games at King Market

Blending food and fun, the King Portland Farmers Market is teaming up with Umi Organic.

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Empowered for Disasters

Show community resilience by joining your local NET faction.

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Holding Ground

“Thirty days is still just 30 days.”

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Healing Wounds of Gentrification

Gentrification is the major talking point of the city today, but for many neighborhoods it has been a reality for ...

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Named Champion of Change

The White House honored Portlander Desiree Williams-Rajee Friday along with nine others from around the country as “Champions of Change ...

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Bike Share System Debut

The system was designed for quick trips with convenience in mind, as well as a fun and affordable way to ...

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Tax on the Sweet

A new petition initiative seeks to counteract Multnomah County’s high rates of heart disease, tooth decay and diabetes, specifically in ...

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Blood Drive Needs You

Just in time for Juneteenth, the 11th Annual Dr. Charles Drew Community Blood Drive returns.

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Driving to Make a Difference

Ride Connection provides public transit services that help pickup senior citizens and take them to doctor’s appointments, shopping trips and ...

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Alarm Grows Over Toxins

Multnomah County Health Department officials are responding to the growing public concerns.