16 hrs ago
Hillsboro garden sanctuary; repeat sex offender: Washington County news
Amy, FarrellaA A s golden retriever, loves to lay on top of the creeping Jenny in between the blooming azaleas.
18 hrs ago
Unseam'd players deliver 'Tempest' with irreverence, humor [Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (PA)]
The idea of a contemporary adaptation of a Restoration-era adaptation of Shakespeare's "The Tempest" sounded unwise, if not downright unnecessary.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Regional transit plan boosts local bikeways
Focused infrastructure improvements could serve to substantially increase the number of people riding bicycles in Washington County, thereby helping to reduce traffic congestion and increasing public health.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
The Courier Mailer
Hillsboro interim police chief's assessment says department members expressed lack of confidence, distrust in leadership
Members of the Hillsboro Police Department expressed a lack of confidence and distrust in the agency's command staff during a morale analysis of the department that began before two top cops stepped down from their positions within a month.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
'I just heard screaming:' Boy, 4, critically injured after TV falls on him
HILLSBORO, Ore. A 4-year-old boy was in critical condition Friday, the morning after a 36-inch TV set fell on him as his father was fiddling with the cables.
Hillsboro police looking for man who crashed car, then put shoes on and ran
Hillsboro police are searching the Jackson School neighborhood this morning for a man who crashed a car and then ran.
Once her kids were grown, this Hillsboro mom transformed the yard into a peaceful garden...
Stacey Farrell focuses much of her gardening around the patio area. It creates a peaceful place to gather in the evenings or sit and read the newspaper on a Saturday morning.
The Courier Mailer
A week in Hillsboro: 'awning gate,' baseball returns, Hagg camping, South Hillsboro
The final touches are in place. Baseball is back in the Portland metro area. In case you missed the great coverage from our sports reporters in our special section this week, check out our Hops page and catch up.
Tornado touches down in McMinnville, damages buildings but no injuries
A tornado hit McMinnville in Yamhill County Thursday afternoon, tearing the roof off at least one building, damaging others and sending debris onto power lines, witnesses say.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Tanasbourne Farmers Market celebrates Indian cuisine and culture in Washington County
Dancers from Bollywood Movez Dance Studio perform traditional Indian dance during the 2012 Indian Cuisine and Culture Festival at the Tanasbourne Farmers Market.
Home Channel News
People in the News: Parr Lumber
Parr Lumber's recent appointment of Jim Boyer as the new president of the company and its subsidiaries created a chain reaction of advancement opportunities for others at the Hillsboro, Ore.-based company.
Legislature should find agreement on preserving Gain Share
If it's not broke, don't fix it. Surely every member of the Oregon Legislature received this advice sometime before graduating from high school.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
The Courier Mailer
Runaway Hillsboro teen sought by police
Police are looking for a 16-year-old girl reported missing after apparently running away from her Hillsboro foster home.
Strawberry picking at Beaverton's Hoffman Farms Store
June 12, 2013 -- Three-year-old Adison Jensen of Hillsboro surveys a field of ripe and ready Hood strawberries Wednesday in the fields at Hoffman Farms Store in Beaverton.
Registered sex offender accused of attacking woman on PSU campus blamed his "sex addiction''
A registered sex offender accused of following a woman off the MAX train and sexually assaulting her inside an elevator on the Portland State University campus admitted to investigators that he was the attacker and blamed his sex addiction, according to court records.
Hillsboro water users could see rate hikes later this year, as Water Department braces for Willamette River project
Hillsboro's Water Department could propose rate hikes next month, as the department examines how to pay for its share of the $870 million project to tap the Willamette River.
Synopsys Volunteers Beautify Brown Middle School
Synopsys Hillsboro, Oregon had more than 75 volunteers paint and landscape Raymond A. Brown Middle School on May 11, 2013 as part of the company's first Global Volunteer Week.