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Washington County District 2 Commissioner Greg Malinowski talks about how future development in North Bethany and Bonny Slope West will affect existing residents.
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Easter egg hunts, Oz and a murder mystery satisfy the 'who dunnit' twitch in Hillsboro this weekend Glencoe High School's theater department presents its third original interactive murder mystery, "'Til Death Do Us Part" this weekend.
Happy Thursday, Hillsboro. If you missed the city council showdown earlier this week, not to worry.
The only truthful statement Elizabeth Furse has made about transportation is that the planning process takes a very long time.
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The family of a girl who fell onto the kickstand of her bicycle is suing Tuality Forest Grove Hospital for $850,000, claiming that a doctor brushed off the girl's injury as a bruise and didn't give her antibiotics that could have prevented flesh-eating bacteria from attacking her.
Sunday's Latino Cultural Festival in downtown Hillsboro drew an estimated 5,000 people - not bad at all for a 10-year birthday party.
Long-time friends Dorothy Calhoun, left, of Cornelius, and Betty Smith, visiting from Goodyear, Ariz., came out to Harleman Park lasy July a city-hosted ice cream social.
ORENCO_STATION-2006.JPG Hillsboro's Orenco Station is characteristic of New Urban developments that feature higher density, a mix of commercial and residential space, a pedestrian friendly environment and well defined public spaces.
Hillsboro School District Chief Financial Officer Adam Stewart and realtor Ed Hayden show board members where the new high school would be located in South Hillsboro.
Lawmakers, city officials and residents alike are urging the Oregon Department of Transportation to take action at the intersection of Oregon 47 and Verboort Road, where two Pacific University students were killed in a collision last Monday .
A 38-year-old man has been arrested and accused of exposing himself to a woman on a TriMet MAX train last month, according to the Hillsboro Police Department .
Happy Tuesday, Hillsboro. I've rounded up you daily serving of local news, replete with land use, medical marijuana and election complaint stories.
William Frank Bitar and Associates has purchased a 5000 square foot retail building on 55,000 square feet of land from the D and I Partnership at 16444 S.W. Boones Ferry Rd., Lake Oswego, for $1.9 Million.