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1924 building was of Colonial style with a portico and Tuscan columns.
Michelle Watson excels as career military leader
It’s been a long and rewarding journey from Harriet Tubman School in Portland to a distinguished career in the U.S. Coast Guard for Michelle Watson. The former Portland and Vancouver area resident has just finished a year in which she met President Obama and the First Lady; was promoted as the first African-American woman commander of a Coast Guard security unit in Virginia; and served as a deputy commander in security for the president’s second inauguration in Washington, D.C., last January.
Neighborhood stalwart was a community champion
Accolades and remembrances are pouring in for Lee Perlman, a longtime Portland community journalist and activist who died this month at the age of 64.
Rose Garden name goes away for sponsorship deal
The Portland Trail Blazers and Moda Health have unveiled a community partnership that changes the name of the Rose Garden to “the Moda Center at the Rose Quarter,” effective immediately.
First annual Summer African American Film Festival series begins
Jerry Walker’s passion was working for a better world
A community leader for diversity, inclusion and equality dies at the age of 60