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The Hillsboro School District faced controversy last week after students used their cell phones to videotape a behavioral incident at R.A. Brown Middle School.
Marcos Castillo, 50, of Vancouver, died at the scene of a March 24 crash this year after he turned onto Oregon 219 from Southwest Farmington Road.
Hillsboro-based Columbia Community Bank said Wednesday it is changing its name to Premier Community Bank to minimize confusion among consumers.
Electric guitars line the walls of Hillsboro's Five Star Guitars music shop off Northwest 185th.
Smashed glass littered the windows and doorways of three Pacific Avenue businesses on Black Friday after Washington County got hit with a string of post-Thanksgiving burglaries last week.
In anticipation of new housing development in the city, the Hillsboro School District will re-draw the lines that determine where students attend elementary, middle and high school.
Gary Bendix leased a 3,698 square foot industrial property at 742 S.E. Glenwood Drive, Bend, to H2PowerTech.
The rig parked south of Pendleton on Tuesday after pulling out of the Port of Umatilla on Monday night earlier than protesters expected.
The annual Cookies 'N' More sale of Christmas goodies at Hillsboro's United Methodist Church is Saturday, Dec. 7. Proceeds from the sale go to support the church's Lincoln Street Elementary School Project and the United Methodist Committee on Relief to aid disaster victims.
Jeffrey Stevens knows where his next meal will come from. He knows where he will sleep.
An elementary school, a fire station, and enhanced water distribution systems are among the ideas the Forest Grove community development team presented Monday, Dec. 2., in the latest portion of the Comprehensive Plan update to the city's Planning Commission .
Damien Macalino, 8, with his mom, Tonya Macalino and sister Helena Macalino, 7. The Macalino family will be part of the Celebrating Oregon with Local Authors event at Jacobsen's Books & More beginning on Dec. 6. Washington County is known for its wine, agriculture and industry, but the history of the land also fuels the heart of storytellers.
The North Bethany area might be the first in Washington County to have regional storm water basins.
Hillsboro residents will get a chance to weigh in on a proposed 90,000 square foot recreation center near 53rd Ave. Park on Dec. 5. The Parks & Recreation Department open house will offer both information on the project and a forum for residents to voice their opinions.
The Hillsboro School Board will hold a public work session followed by a regular meeting tomorrow, beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the district administration building at 3083 Northeast 49th Place.
Protesters locked themselves to a transport rig bearing a 450-ton piece of oil refinery equipment and blocked its departure Sunday night from the Port of Umatilla.