Tigard man indicted for sex abuse against children - Monday, 17 June 2013 11:00
Tualatin police are seeking additional victims after a Tigard man was indicted June 10 on several counts of sex abuse against minors.
The Courier Mailer
Washington County children's initiative seeks public support for youth programs: Guest...
Pending cuts in state funding for out-of-school programs across Washington County mean fewer opportunities for children to participate in sports, arts and other activities.
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.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Beaverton Neighborhood Association Committees: Your weekly NAC update
The West Slope NAC will meet at 7 p.m. in the Community Room at Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue's Station 65, located at 3425 S.W. 103rd Ave. in Beaverton.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
South County Spotlight
A new legacy at Legacy Meridian Park - Saturday, 15 June 2013 04:00
On a recent day in Tualatin, a gym is buzzing. Elliptical and treadmill machines whirl with activity, their users dripping with sweat.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Fire at Tigard apartment complex displaces several residents
A fire damaged three apartment units in the 14100 block of Southwest 105th Avenue in Tigard Friday.
Repeat sex offender accused of abusing children for years
A Tigard man was indicted Monday on more than a dozen charges related to the sexual abuse of children, and investigators are asking the public for information about other possible victims.
Shops, restaurants and more planned for 'Kruse Village' development in Lake Oswego
Tualatin-based Gramor Development announced Friday it had received final approval from Lake Oswego to build "Kruse Village," a 65,000-square foot development featuring shopping and restaurants.
Janice Best retires from Tigard-Tualatin School District after 35 years
Janice Best retired Thursday from Tigard-Tualatin Schools, with a career that included 25 years in the classroom and the last 10 years focused on literacy.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Trend shows fewer votes for Mother Nature
Metro officials are not worried about the split vote on their $50 million ballot measure to maintain the parks and natural lands owned by the elected regional government.
Lake Oswego Review
County saves teachers, music programs - Thursday, 13 June 2013 04:00
Parents in Tigard-Tualatin schools have won a battle in the fight to keep the arts funded, thanks in large part to new money from Washington County.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
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.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
The Courier Mailer
Washington County contemplates overnight camping at Henry Hagg Lake
Washington County is considering creating a 100-space overnight campground at Henry Hagg Lake , a new feature at the popular recreation area that draws 750,000 annual visitors.
Proposed compost facility on hold - Tuesday, 11 June 2013 10:00
As a bill that would prohibit the construction of an S&H composting facility in the Stafford area makes its way through the state Legislature, the logging company has decided to suspend its Oregon Department of Environmental Quality application and pursue an extension of its current lease at Clackamas Compost Products.
Beaverton's new library director, Abigail Elder, lauded as 'rising star'
Abigail Elder, incoming director of the Beaverton City Library, says of her new workplace, "It's got lots of great support from the community, and it's got a great staff."
Tigard-Tualatin School District reverses plans for teacher layoffs, choir instructor reassignments
The Tigard-Tualatin School District has reversed plans to lay off six teachers and to reassign the choir instructors at Twality Middle School and Tualatin High School.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Welcome Ann Kirrane (Droney) and Gerry Hanley Live from Ireland in a house concert
Ann Kirrane and Gerry Hanley with Kyle Alden This Saturday, June 15, 2013, 8:00pm with potluck at 7. Aine and I are proud to host, Ann Kirrane, Gerry Hanley and Kyle Alden.
How will the Affordable Health Care Act Affect My Business?
July 11, 2013 - Tualatin Chamber of Commerce and Doctors Express have brought together a panel of experts to discuss the Affordable Care Act from different points of view.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Library leader is one for the books
There are those who believe the technological revolution and its attendant Kindles and E-readers foretell the demise of books, libraries and the joy of reading as we know it.
Three displaced by no-injury attic fire in Wilsonville area, official says
A fire on the 12000 block of Southwest Tooze Road started on the outside of this house and spread to the attic, according to Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue.