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Young Activist Runs for Metro Council

When Cameron Whitten moved to Portland at age 18, he had no place to live and no resources, but a ...

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TriMet to Limit Seating During Crisis

The new policy will allow no more than 10-15 riders on a bus at one time. By keeping the amount ...

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City Leaders Ask for Rent Forgiveness

The local elected officials say unless rent and mortgage payments are waived for people “substantially impacted by COVID-19,” many residents ...

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Gresham Helps Most Vulnerable During Crisis

“During this time of isolation, it’s more important than ever to stay connected and keep our community strong,” said Gresham ...

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Heathcare Workers Fall Ill Amid Crisis

Twelve staffers at Oregon Health and Science University in Portland have tested positive for COVID-19

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Governor Responds to Disaster Declaration

Brown praised the federal declaration, but said it was “far from everything Oregon needs from the federal government to actively ...

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Help for Minority Businesses in Crisis

The first phase of a Small Business Relief Fund to help minority and women-owned firms and other disadvantaged businesses struggling ...

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Mission Outreach Expands with COVID-19

Many people seem to be aware of the virus, but their main concerns are still getting enough food and staying ...

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Governor Expands Stay at Home Order

Gov. Kate Brown ordered Oregonians to stay home Monday and banned all non-essential gatherings and travel to try to slow ...

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Sunshine Food Pantries Step Up for Crisis

In response to the Coronavirus pandemic, emergency food boxes are being distributed to individuals and families in need at the ...

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Emmanuel Temple Mourns Loss of Founder

Bishop A.A. Wells was an esteemed leader in Portland’s African American community.

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New Online Resource for Unemployment Benefits

The Oregon Employment Department has issued a new online resource for employers, workers and job seekers impacted by the coronavirus ...

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Multnomah County to Open More Shelters

Authorities in Multnomah County announced Tuesday that they will be opening hundreds of new shelter beds in public buildings throughout ...

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Census Begins with Mail Notice

Residents are being asked to complete a Census count online.

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Living and Working in a White Homeland

Our small numbers and small voice makes it challenging to say the least to be heard and recognized

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