Beverly Corbell is a writing and editing professional. She works as a free lance reporter and photographer for the Portland Observer.
Community liaison trying to gather the resources
The Walnut Park Homeless Shelter is not scheduled to serve a meal on Thanksgiving Day, but those plans could change with volunteer help
Mayor, commissioner to host two meetings
Goal is to educate the public about the collective bargaining process and to document people’s concerns about the new contract
Launch comes with hopes and concerns
Players must be 21 to use Scoreboard and can set up the app on both IOS and Android devices.
Actors contribute to script in new play
The play investigates the narrative of the American economic dream for black Americans, drawing from many sources.
Rev. Willie Banks outlines his priorities
Local activist is fed up with local government
Others see fare inspectors as part of the problem
Some activists are calling for a fareless transit system.
Architect Bill Hart honored for life work
Design firms should be dedicated to diversity
New video shows humanity of hero coach
Standout athlete wanted to give back to community
Advocates help women choose breastfeeding
New mothers are usually given advice on breastfeeding at the hospital, but some don’t follow up because of cultural differences
Searches for Owen Klinger come up empty
It’s been more than a week since anyone last saw University of Portland freshman Owen Klinger, 18, despite massive search efforts by hundreds of volunteers.