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TriMet Installs New Tracks

TriMet has embarked on its largest MAX improvement project to date, a month long closure of the Steel Bridge to ...

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School Supply Drive Kicks Off

A back to school drive to collect school supplies, new and gently used footwear, new socks, free haircuts and manicures.

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College Faculty Denounce Police Tactics:

Faculty at over a dozen Portland area colleges and universities have circulated a statement denouncing the heavy handed tactics used ...

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Black Historic Sites Approved

The National Park Service has recognized the historic significance of Portland’s African American experience through a pair of new listings ...

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I-5 Project Moves Ahead Amid Outcry

The Oregon Department of Transportation has hired a construction manager and general contractor with the task to help make the ...

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Book to Focus on Historical Jefferson Team

The historical re-telling of Jeff's 1971-72 season and its culmination with the title triumph over Baker High is set against ...

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School Plans Disrupted by COVID-19

Oregon may have a harder time keeping students 6 feet apart than other states because it has one of the ...

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New Website to Help Job Claims

The Oregon Employment Department has launched a new informational website aimed at improving customer service for the record number of ...

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ACLU Blasts Unlawful Detainments

“Usually when we see people in unmarked cars forcibly grab someone off the street we call it kidnapping. The actions ...

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Virus Spread Brings New Mandates

"We are at risk of allowing the virus to spiral out of control,” Oregon Gov. Kate Brown.

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Housing Advocate Remembered

Funeral services are scheduled July 17 for Alberta Mae Simmons, a longtime member of Portland’s African American community who was ...

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COVID Utility Relief Applications Due

An online application process gives Portland business owners access to a utility relief program to help those struggling to pay ...

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Honored for 50 Years of Service

Bill Jackson, a lifetime member of Portland’s African American community, is being honored for 50 years of service with PepsiCo.

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Oregon Black Pioneers Hire Expert

The Oregon Black Pioneers has hired a professional historian to help guide the organization for the first time in its ...

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Oregon’s Minimum Wage Increases

Minimum wage workers in Oregon will get a raise starting Wednesday, July 1.