How safe are large Oregon colleges and universities? While Portland State University had the highest number of reported… Read More
A former Salem police officer, once convicted of sex crimes, is suing a thrift shop run by a Christian rehab organization for… Read More
Outdoor school has provided high-quality, place-based science education to Oregon youth for nearly 60 years. Launched in… Read More
The Seahawks running back has made one of the strangest - and funniest - ads you'll see this year. Watch below:
Portland General Electric (PGE) will hold a workplace diversity summit at the Oregon Convention Center on April 7.
On Monday, Oregon Senator Ron Wyden co-sponsored the reintroduction of the Charlie Morgan Military Spouses Equal Treatment… Read More
They’re calling it the “hater bowl.” I say it’s the “healer bowl.” Ther is so much to… Read More
By becoming an annual sponsor of Bike MS, the nation’s premier cycling fundraising series, Showers Pass brings… Read More
It was Blazers 103, Wizards 96 on Saturday night in front of a sellout crowd at the Moda Center. It was another comeback… Read More
Portland Mayor Charlie Hales is pondering a major power play at City Hall.
The Federal Government announced Monday that it had awarded $26.7 million to Oregon nonprofits and local government agencies… Read More
A gay couple in a long-term relationship own the domain for the website jebbushforpresident.com.
The NBA announced that the Portland Trail Blazers-Brooklyn Nets game scheduled for Monday night has been rescheduled for… Read More
You’re working along in your job, thinking everything’s going great. Then things start crumbling. You get a… Read More
The game has been rescheduled for Monday, April 6.
One of America’s guiltiest pleasures is fuelling an economic revival in one of Oregon’s poorest towns.
BLAZERS GRADED: Portland 103, Washington 96
Ok, we all know about the 1% and the life they are living—having the best of everything, getting pampered by all that… Read More
I have a confession to make, and you, dear reader, are my confessor.
The wealthiest cities in Oregon are concentrated in the suburbs surrounding Portland, while the state’s lowest-income… Read More
Oregon’s prison population grew faster than 45 other states and over three times faster than the national average,… Read More
As Blizzard Juno continues to bury New England in snow, one Rhode Island school's epic announcement that there would be… Read More
In the days and hours leading up to Sunday's Super Bowl XLIX, Grand Central Bakery will go into full Yeast Mode, showing… Read More
The threat of a $15 minimum wage has got some restaurants in full panic mode while others are already moving to solutions… Read More
The unseasonably warm weather has been a blessing, but when the sun goes down we can combat the winter doldrums by huddling… Read More
Sip Oregon wines and enjoy fresh coastal seafood and other culinary delights at the Tenth Annual Portland Seafood and Wine… Read More
When craving Vietnamese food, most Portlanders opt for steaming bowls of fragrant beef pho, or comforting banh mi sandwiches… Read More
Dear Robin: My wife recently lost a lot of weight and I am very proud of her. She had been fairly overweight for several… Read More
After founding four startups, hiking 2,100 miles alone, and exploring 50 U.S. cities, True North is venturing in a new… Read More
This Valentine's Day, Salty’s Dog and Cat Shop celebrates its ten year anniversary.
These next seven days will now be known as the Week of Workshops. If you’re a writer, editor, or anyone at all… Read More
Portland State University has just introduced their new Comic Studies Program. Students who complete the program will be able… Read More
Today it seems as though everybody has something to say about Portland and Oregon. Afterall, more people moved to Oregon… Read More
A new survey by AARP shows that while 93% of individuals recognize the importance of brain health, few people know of the… Read More
I remember taking a career aptitude test in high school. These tests were administered long before it was ever suggested that… Read More
Working with students who are interested in ultimately getting a law degree, I often hear that they are looking for a college… Read More
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Calling all pet lovers! Check out these 10 pets available for adoption from the Multnomah County Animal Services.
“Only The Lonely” and “Suddenly Last Summer" shot the new wave band The Motels to stardom and to the top of… Read More
Last year on January 4th, I posted the following status update on Facebook: Friends: I, like millions of people across… Read More
Portland, it sometimes seems, is not so much a city as it is a series of bars.
The Oregon Black Pioneers have partnered with the Oregon Historical Society to present a Community on the Move, an in-depth… Read More
Wooden accessories and sustainable jewelry brand Sticks & Stones, will be opening a Portland brick and mortar retail… Read More
Wizard World Comic Con is returning to Portland on Friday January 23, and with Comic Con comes the chance to meet major… Read More
Cirque du Soleil is once again coming to Portland this spring. A dormant volcano, a mythical forest and an ancient… Read More
The Multnomah County Board of Commissioners are seeking public comment, after a public hearing Jan. 27 to discuss the health… Read More
According to the CDC’s most current numbers, the mortality rate from both influenza and pneumonia this year sit at… Read More
Toking when it's not tobacco and taking shoes off at the door are winter party etiquette questions, along with when… Read More