Naked Sheep Knit Shop offers coupon; Knit Purl offers cowl kit deal: Knitting events
The Naked Sheep Knit Shop is moving its Knit Nite down the street Thursday, Aug. 21 .
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Portland's Early Soccer History: Part II
In December 1907, a city league formed with three distinct teams. Cameron and the executive committee of the PAFC arranged the league so that teams were not independent and the pool of players filling out each roster came directly from the PAFC membership.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Portland-area hiring takes a hit: no new jobs in July
Hundreds of job seekers attended a hiring fair held in April at the Portland Community College Cascade Campus.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Multnomah Days, Hawthorne Street Fair, Big Truck Day: free and cheap family fun
It's a grand weekend for movers and shakers, with the Seaport Celebration and Dew Tour in Portland, the Banks BBQ Truck and Tractor Pull in Washington County and the Harvest Fest in McMinnville.
And the band played on
Being 71 is no excuse not to feel like you're 18 - at least that's the way Patti Waitman-Ingebresten sees it when she twirls a baton.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
City should unload a few nonworking assets: Editorial Agenda 2014
The most value the sites have to Portlanders now is in their sale and development: cash in the first instance and economic growth in the second.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Happening this weekend: Corgi Walk, cat show, dog wash and more
Shilo is an 8-year-old black domestic long-haired cat who is available for half-off through Sunday at the Humane Society for Southwest Washington in Vancouver.
South County Spotlight
Drive time? Area offers great roads
For others, the pleasure is in the journey. It's where you can find the rhythm of the road, hitting each curve perfectly, and listening to the melody of the motor.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Unitus Community Credit Union's Plaza Branch to Collect...
Unitus Community Credit Union is encouraging Portland residents to donate backpacks and other school supplies for Schoolhouse Supplies as part of its tenth annual Back-to-School Supply Drive.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Monet's Gardens expert to speak at Portland bookstore: Elizabeth Murray and cultivating...
Elizabeth Murray , who has photographed Monet's Gardens in Giverny, France , for 30 years, will read from her new book about nurturing yourself as you would a garden on Aug. 25 at Annie Bloom's Books in Southwest Portland.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Man accused of kicking disabled stranger on TriMet will be sent to state mental hospital
These mugshots were taken in 2014, during two of the four times Tyler Wayne Nees was booked into Multnomah County jail.
Sources Say: Let's hear it for taxes and wedded commissioners
Mayor Charlie Hales and Commissioner Steve Novick were applauded by those attending a transportation forum Monday for completely different reasons.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
'Policymakers' get taste of Portland's good, bad, and ugly bikeways
Oregon State Senator Ginny Burdick and former Portland Mayor Bud Clark rode in the Naito Parkway bike lanes during the Policymakers Ride last Friday.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
In job growth, Portland beats most metros
Construction continued earlier this summer on the Park Avenue West Tower in downtown Portland.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Even a 6-year-old can feel Portland's massive bike theft problem
TV ended their evening newscast on Friday with a pretty touching anecdote about a girl who knows how much her dad's bikes mean to him.
TriMet track repairs will disrupt Northeast Portland MAX, bus service in August
Service on MAX and the No. 70 bus line will be disrupted for five days in Northeast Portland's Lloyd District starting Aug. 11 as crews replace a problematic track switch .
200,000 more people in city's future
Imagine a Portland of the not-too-distant future with 200,000 more residents inside the city limits, living in 120,000 new housing units.