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Reaching Out to Make Amends

After causing several inconveniences to existing minority-owned businesses during construction, the developers of a Northeast Killingsworth Street property are apologizing, ...

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Courageous Stand

Shawn Penney did not let racial and violent threats stop him or his community when the multicultural Good in the ...

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Heat Wave Brings Safety Precautions

The Portland area began to heat up on Tuesday for a record-breaking heat wave that wasn’t expected to ebb until ...

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Hash Oil Butane Caused Massive Blast

A massive house explosion and fire that killed two men in north Portland Monday sending glass shards and debris across ...

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Prodded Tech Increases Diversity

A prodding of local tech companies to hire a more diverse workforce is gaining some traction.

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Deadly Blast Levels House

Investigators were on the scene of a deadly house explosion Tuesday trying to determine what caused a Monday afternoon inferno ...

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Construction Pains Grow

A second minority business is being impacted by a next door construction project in the King Neighborhood of northeast Portland.

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Clark County Farmers Market

Access to farm-fresh food and regional products just got more convenient in Vancouver with the opening of the Franklin Street ...

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Human Beings, Not Numbers

A new art show at the Pearl District’s Gallery 114 invites attendees to confront the humanity of the Oregon state ...

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Injured in Leap to Escape Fire

A longtime Portland resident and business owner was injured after jumping out of a second story window to escape an ...

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‘Our Kids Can Achieve’

One of Portland’s most influential black educators has retired.

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Connecting to the River

Free guided big canoe excursions along the lower Columbia River and its tributaries started up last week and will continue ...

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Affordable Commercial Space

A new Affordable Commercial Tenanting Program by the city’s economic development agency addresses a dramatic increase in retail rents and ...

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Revitalizing Cultural Roots

Prosper Portland, the city’s renamed economic development agency, is awarding a series of grants to help revitalize and expand north ...

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Good in the Neighborhood

The 25th Annual Good in the Hood went on as planned, despite racist threats. Record numbers of people and enormous ...