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From the Ground Up

With Portland building and growing as quickly as it is, engaging communities of color in the development of the city ...

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Premier Location for Multicultural Hair

Chadowboxx Salon is Gresham's premier location for multicultural hair and skincare needs.

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Stay Ready to be Ready

An incubator for minority-owned businesses is embarking on a new mentorship program at their new north Portland location while continuing ...

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Protest over Armed Police

Nearly 100 students and community members protested Portland State University’s convocation ceremonies and held a rally outside Monday as fall ...

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Young Poets in Action

Portland is about to get its first ever youth poet laureate.

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Fostering Love for Children in Need

A lack of culturally-specific resources for children of color in foster care across the nation is getting a local solution.

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‘Bridge of the People” Lights Up

Portland’s newest bridge over the Willamette River brightens the city’s nighttime skyline with its aesthetic light program permanently switched on.

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Finally Teammates

Brennan and Cameron Scarlett have become used to calling each other many things: brother, scholar, athlete and sometimes opponent. Now ...

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Renter Emergency Declared

It's a renter's state of emergency and there's a rally tonight - if you're renting and need to know what's ...

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Housing Help for First Time Buyers

Resources are available to help first-time homebuyers get a mortgage loan at below market interest rates, officials from Oregon Housing ...

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Catching the Orange Line

Portland and its public transit agency TriMet is celebrating the completion of its latest state-of-the-art asset, the new Max Orange ...

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Voting Rights Act Celebration Planned

Gov. Kate Brown will join the NAACP Portland Branch and Common Cause Oregon for an evening of inspiration, education and ...

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Portland Liquor Outlets to Expand

The Portland metro area could see 17 additional liquor stores as part of the largest liquor outlet expansion since Prohibition.

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Protest for Rent Controls and Higher Wages

Activists demanding rent controls and higher living wages converged on Portland City Hall Friday, marching across the Hawthorne Bridge and ...

Mysterious Fatal Crash

Authorities are still trying to find out how a Portland woman lost her life in a car accident outside her ...