City lights up the holidays with tree ceremony

Portland Tribune - News
Santa will flip the switch to light the city's 75-foot Douglas fir provided by Stimson Lumber Co. at 5:30 p.m. The tree has more than 14,000…

Lake Oswego's Joe Buck says he will run for spot on Metro…

Lake Oswego Review - News
City councilor and restaurateur says he'll seek appointment and run for a full term

Block-party permits boom in Portland's neighborhoods

Portland Tribune - News
After the city launched a campaign to boost participation, including removing barriers to access and adding an online payment system, Portland's east…

Vista House, 2 trails now open in Gorge

Gresham Outlook - News
The Latourell Falls loop and the Bridal Veil Falls hike have re-opened to the public, ODOT says.

Milwaukie City Council enacts 1 percent tax on new…

Clackamas Review - News
Fees for affordable housing in place as city's declaration of emergency expires

Six SD19 candidates make their pitch for Devlin's Senate…

Lake Oswego Review - News
Tualatin residents Claudia Black, Gerritt Rosenthal join four other hopefuls at a town hall meeting in Lake Oswego

Expert says PPS lawyer's lack of license is a problem

Portland Tribune - News
Jim Harris, PPS's general counsel since June, said he did nothing wrong by practicing in Oregon

UPDATE: Portland man killed by vehicle ID'd

Gresham Outlook - News
Police say speed, impairment not a factor in the accident on Southeast Division Street near 179th.

Sheriff, D.A. promote book-reading

Gresham Outlook - News
Mt. Hood Community College Head Start programs seek to stop crime before it begins.

Oregonians buying health coverage face new deadline, changes

Portland Tribune - News
More than 200,000 people who buy their own health insurance face important provider changes, hikes

Parasite found in Bull Run before

Portland Tribune - News
EPA didn't regulate cryptosporidiumlevels until 2006, but findings were reported.

Business owners voice homeless concerns to city leaders

Portland Tribune - News
City leaders held a special meeting Tuesday for downtown businesses and may prohibit camping in some locations.

Clackamas board sets housing goal

Portland Tribune - News
County seeks 2,000 new homes affordable for low- and moderate-income families in next five years; commissioners conduct sessions on how to achieve…

Sources Say: Metro draws good and bad reviews in poll

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, Congestion, housing concerns climb and Federal prosecutor stays in place.

Clackamas County sheriff arrests 9 in sting operation

Clackamas Review - News
'Operation Kidsafe' involved law enforcement posing as minors to set up meeting with adults allegedly seeking sex

Driver killed in NE Portland crash

Portland Tribune - News
Police seeking any witnesses to late Tuesday single-car crash near NE Glisan and 57th.

Oregon City police seek credit-card stealing fraudsters

Clackamas Review - News
Anyone who has information about the suspects is encouraged to call 503-496-1616

Immigration activist: Stories can bring acceptance

Portland Tribune - News
Holder of Wayne Morse Chair at University of Oregon speaks out at Friday Forum of City Club of Portland; he says it's a pathway similar to that for…

Wheeler seeks 5 percent cuts in next budget

Portland Tribune - News
Mayor says the city needs to save money to pay for cost increases, like salary and PERS premium increases.

Criminal case dropped against Oregon Athletic Clubs owners

Portland Tribune - News
A decision in King County Superior Court came after audits showed the billing company Adams hired to provide services for the six athletic clubs…

Gov. Brown directs OHA to preserve kids' insurance program

Portland Tribune - News
Federal funding expired in September and Congress has yet to reauthorize the program.

Second senator formally complains against Kruse

Portland Tribune - News
Sen. Elizabeth Steiner Hayward, D-Beaverton, filed a formal complaint Tuesday against Sen. Jeff Kruse, R-Roseburg, for unwanted touching over a…

North Gresham school worker arrested on child-porn…

Gresham Outlook - News
FBI agents arrested Juan Carlos Ramon, 32, on Thursday, Nov. 16, and is being held at the Multnomah County Jail.

OSU moves programs to Meier & Frank Building

Portland Tribune - News
'Our work in Portland complements Oregon State's teaching, research, and outreach and engagement mission and the work we do at our campuses in…

Black business owners help keep each other afloat

Portland Tribune - News
Po'Shines Cafe De La Soul, Billy Webb Elks Lodge lead the charge toward revival and adapt to neighborhood changes.

Making ADUs available for those of lesser means

Portland Tribune - News
Build Small, Live Large summit explores ways to finance accessory dwelling units, make them more affordable

Bail denied for accused MAX killer Jeremy Christian

Portland Tribune - News
During a bail hearing last week, graphic details of the MAX stabbing were shared in court

Walk-in mental health clinic is busy

Portland Tribune - News
Washington County center exceeds projections six months after its opening in Hillsboro; it is modeled after others in the Portland area.

Man stabbed on MAX train in North Portland

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Stabber identified as 30-year-old James A. Luckey. Man was transported for non-life threatening injuries after fight on train. Suspect has…

No wrongdoing found at Kenton Women's Village

Portland Tribune - News
Catholic Charities, the nonprofit that manages the tiny-home village in North Portland's Kenton neighborhood, investigates, says village is 'healthy.'

PPS general counsel resigns after 5 months on job

Portland Tribune - News
The departure is the second top-level change at the district this month following the firing Nov. 9 of Yousef Awwad

Portland tolling committee begins work

Portland Tribune - News
The 25-member committee is charged with recommending tolling options for Interstate 5 and Interstate 205 in the Portland metropolitan area.

Eudaly social media use under scrutiny

Portland Tribune - News
At issue: Do city Commissioner Chloe Eudaly's online posts discussing her job count as public records?

Black Friday is a paid holiday for most state workers

Portland Tribune - News
The day after Thanksgiving has been a paid holiday for state employees since 2015.

New homeless shelter opens at Mead Building downtown

Portland Tribune - News
Shelter, at 421 S.W. Fifth Ave., has space for 75 men with priority to veterans, people over 55 and with disabilities.

Hearing gives clues to Christian's defense

Portland Tribune - News
Jeremy Christian's defense lawyers want you to forget what you've been told about the MAX attacks, portraying him as a non-racist free-speech…

Coffee Creek reports inmate death

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
Male inmate was housed in the facility's intake center; natural causes suspected

Missing Gresham woman found dead in Lincoln City

Portland Tribune - News
Foul play is not suspected in death of Jeanene M. Beck, whose body was found in a canal behind the motel where she was staying with her son.

Beer theft at knifepoint leads to two arrests

Portland Tribune - News
Two men took two packs of beer at knifepoint early Saturday in Southeast Portland - and are arrested

Shots fired downtown; a suspect is under arrest

Portland Tribune - News
Shots fired, a wounded victim, and an arrest -- the crime is suspected to be gang-related

County sheriff investigating suspicious death near…

Portland Tribune - News
A body has been found by the side of I-84 east of Portland, near Troutdale; no identification yet

In reversal, Milwaukie's Ledding Library building…

Clackamas Review - News
New 20,000-square-foot structure going in at 21st and Harrison will still be called Ledding Library

State ethics commission denies Kitzhaber settlement

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Ethics Commission recommended a penalty of $1,000 to settle ethics violations.

OHA director details another $112 million in…

Portland Tribune - News
The figure is on top of the state's estimated overpayment of $74 million to coordinated care organizations.

Home builder says he's had enough of Portland

Portland Tribune - News
Frustrated by city permitprocess, Jeff Smith says other cities move much faster and are easier to work wih.

Lyft ferries domestic violence victims for Gateway…

Portland Tribune - News
East Portland center for domestic violence survivors partners with ridesharing application to provide rides. Sometimes public transportation doesn't…

Commissioner Eudaly 'eviscerates' local reporter…

Portland Tribune - News
The Oregonian responds to Commissioner Chloe Eudaly complaints against local journalists in posts that she thought were private.

Marylhurst to revive dorms

Lake Oswego Review - News
Planned renovation of Villa Maria building will bring back on-campus housing for the first time in 10 years

Pedestrian struck and killed in East Portland

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Victim identified in Nov. 12 fatality, 45th traffic-related death of the year.

Sources Say: Eudaly posts slam local media

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, Mulnomah County's family shelter is turning away families and cousins aren't always a conflct of interest

Clackamas County DA sues state to block new…

Portland Tribune - News
According to the lawsuit, HB 3078 is unconstitutional because it was not adopted by 'two-thirds votes of the elected members of both houses of the…

Formal complaint charges senator with unwanted…

Portland Tribune - News
Sen. Sara Gelser seeks Roseburg Republican's expulsion, claims more than a dozen women harassed.

Senators confirmed to serve on high-paid power…

Portland Tribune - News
Sens. Richard Devlin, D-Tualatin, and Ted Ferrioli, R-John Day, will join the Northwest Power Planning & Conservation Council in the next several…

ACLU Oregon takes on Portland Police Bureau in…

Portland Tribune - News
Police bureau photographing IDs and 'kettling' tactic following June 4 rally, protest and march at the heart of lawsuit that names Mayor Ted Wheeler…

Feds threaten to end state's criminal justice funds

Portland Tribune - News
The U.S. Department of Justice has asked the state to address whether its sancutary laws violate new compliance requirements of grants that provide…

Portland Public Schools flips again on Tubman

Portland Tribune - News
Three weeks after declaring they weren't sure the Tubman building was safe, board members say it is

Kitzhaber agrees to settle ethics probe

Portland Tribune - News
The former governor and first lady Cylvia Hayes were investigated by the Oregon Ethics Commission for accusations that they used their public offices…

Environmental advocate joins race for Senate…

Lake Oswego Review - News
West Linn resident Daphne Wysham currently serves as the director of the Climate Justice Program at the Center for Sustainable Economy and as an…

More than 8,000 homeless students recorded in the…

Portland Tribune - News
New state data reveals a growing trend of students without a fixed, stable place to sleep at night.

'Somewhere, Nowhere' plays at Gladstone High School

Clackamas Review - Features
Modern comedy to play for two nights, Nov. 17 and 18, at 18800 Portland Ave., Gladstone

Adam Sandler brings road show to Schnitzer in…

Portland Tribune - Features
Comedian and actor has been busy working on new films for Netflix. His stage show is set Jan. 23 in Portland.

Vietnam War memorial dedicated in Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - News
Mayor Mark Gamba honored to unveil a new memorial for those from the community who gave their lives

Could Wapato still become a homeless shelter after…

Portland Tribune - News
Site's potential new owner may be interested in idea that county nixed, will meet with shelter advocates this week.

Portland home sellers must get energy audit

Portland Tribune - News
City requirement to get Home Energy Score before properties are listed for sale takes effect January 1

FBI raids Gresham cadaver company

Gresham Outlook - News
Gresham's Medcure body donation firm distributes 1000s of corpses for profit

State fines Loretta Smith $250, citing election-law…

Portland Tribune - News
Investigation based on complaint by Multnomah Commissioner's staffer; Smith calls 'minor issue'

Metro to pursue November 2018 affordable housing…

Portland Tribune - News
Announcement follows release of poll showing widespead support for more affordable housing in the region.

Extreme expression: College life is tense right…

Portland Tribune - News
'They look at us like our point is just to cause chaos,' Reed College sophomore Tiffany Chang says during a weeks-long sit-in. 'That's not the point.…

State gains jobs as October unemployment rate holds…

Portland Tribune - News
State officials said that during the past year the state has added 45,000 jobs, an annual growth rate of 2.4 percent.

Silicon Valley business leader offers advice on…

Portland Tribune - News
Westside Economic Alliance audience told that a unified effort is needed over the long term; 'our housing challenges are not going to be addressed in…

Officials seek state help for businesses impacted…

Portland Tribune - News
Reduced revenues and cash flow for businesses due to wildfires this summer could impact their access to credit.

Lawmakers mull 'first-time' homebuyers savings…

Portland Tribune - News
The savings program would allow Oregonians to save up to $50,000 in 10 years without paying state income tax on the principal and interest.

MAX attack suspect faces bail hearing; details…

Portland Tribune - News
Jeremy Christian faces a Wednesday bail hearing where evidence, details, likely will be disclosed.

City Hall Update: Council approves disclosure policy

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, nearly $12 million in surplus funds is spent and development proposals are sought for the Broadway Corridor

North Clackamas principals face off with public…

Clackamas Review - News
The Thanksgiving Shopping Challenge is back with a twist to include school principals

OHA Director: More Medicaid problems may come to…

Portland Tribune - News
New internal reports of processing problems in the Oregon Health Plan have arisen since the public learned the state overpaid Medicaid providers.

Carol Pauli files to replace Metro Councilor…

Clackamas Review - News
Former Oregon City commissioner sees priorities in livability, connected bike path/sidewalks, investments in core urban areas

Problems arise at Kenton Women's Village

Portland Tribune - News
Neighbors worry there's not enough oversight of tiny-home village for formerly homeless. Also, residents there say homes aren't effective for winter.

TriMet bond measure delayed, turned over to Metro

Portland Tribune - News
Elected regional government also considering regional affordable housing measure, perhaps as early as November 2018, when TriMet measure was…

UPDATE: Police identify pedestrian victim of I-5…

Portland Tribune - News
Suspect hit-and-run vehicle is white or gray pick-up truck, which may have some damage.

Wyden: GOP tax plans still tilt toward…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Democrat attempts to muster public opposition to pending bills he says will hurt middle-class households.

Gresham man killed, Milwaukie teen held in shooting

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Victim and suspect are identified by the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office.

Bicyclist seriously injured in SE Portland crash

Portland Tribune - News
The names of the victim and motorist were not immediately released by the Portland Police Bureau.

43rd Veterans Day Parade celebrates those who served

Portland Tribune - News
Portland activist and Vietnam veteran champions remembering African American involvement in military.

TriMet, union reach agreement on contract

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Union employees have been working without a new contact since Nov. 30, 2016. If the union does not accept the offer, it will be decided…

TriMet seeks artists for Hollywood Transit Center…

Portland Tribune - News
The agency wants artists to submit qualifications to design and create a 'text-based project' for the station's Tribute Wall honoring Taliesin…

Oregon City High School students pose burning…

Clackamas Review - News
For the first time, OCHS students get up close, personal with local military in honor of Veterans Day

County board votes to sell Wapato for $10.8 million

Portland Tribune - News
Decision follows lengthy debate over whether to use unopened North Portland jail as a homeless shelter and service center.

Union members walk out to protest unsigned contract

Gresham Outlook - News
East County Health Center workers say benefits imperiled by contract that expired June 30.

Connecting homeless with resources in Clackamas…

Clackamas Review - News
OCPD, Clackamas Fire, American Medical Response partner on new community paramedic program

Portland students 'taking a knee'

Portland Tribune - News
Controversial pro sports-style protests are spreading through local high school athletics.

Paradise Papers investigation calls out Reed…

Portland Tribune - News
Over a backdrop of student occupation over divestment, leaked documents show Reed College one of 10 invested in an off-shore fossil fuels venture…

43rd Veterans Day Parade set for Saturday

Portland Tribune - News
The annual parade in the Hollywood district is one of the longest running tributes to veterans in the county.

Portland man part of fabled B-29 bomber crew

Portland Tribune - News
Jack Cramer to be honored at annual Veterans Day parade the Hollywood district on Saturday

Clinton heads to Portland on book tour, courts…

Portland Tribune - News
High prices for Dec. 12 talk don't faze supporters of the former presidential candidate as she tours the country

Second in command at Portland Public Schools fired,…

Portland Tribune - News
'I've done a lot for this district,' Yousef Awwad tells the Tribune. 'This is how they reward me.'

Clackamas County program aids schools

Portland Tribune - News
Students benefit from distribution of computers no longer needed by county, which saves on auction and shipping costs.

New way to teach math adds up at David Douglas…

Portland Tribune - News
One East County program saw 34-point gain in math scores - but it'll take more money to boost scores around Portland.

Sources Say: West Coast Dems plot 'blue wall'

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, economists forcast another recession and a well-connected political figure gets a new state job.

Police investigate discovery of two bodies in…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Washington County sheriff's detectives have been looking for Annieka Vaughan, 15, who ran away from her home in Aloha on Oct. 30.

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