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As far as Mellie Pullman is concerned, the fact that Cover Oregon is far over budget, still only nominally operative, and labeled the worst of the new health care exchange websites in the country shouldn't come as a shock.
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African-American community leaders insist they did not mean to drive Trader Joe's away from Northeast Portland by protesting a proposed urban renewal project at Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Alberta Street.
Portland City Commissioner Nick Fish will face off against two lesser-known challengers, Michael Durrow and Sharon Maxwell, in his re-election campaign for the Portland City Council on May 20. Fish was first elected to the Portland City Council in 2008 to fill the rest of Eric Sten's term, and then re-elected in 2010.
Portland police bag a wounded officer's gun and uniform outside Oregon Health & Science University Wednesday.
A police officer shot an armed man dead in Southwest Portland's Hillsdale neighborhood Wednesday and was led away from the scene by paramedics as he bled from his upper arm with a gunshot wound, police and witnesses said.
Neighbors in Northeast Portland will be learning what they can do to protect themselves and their children against potential sexual assaults at a meeting scheduled for Wednesday night.
The Laurelhurst has a fancy digital print of one of the most extraordinary movies ever made; go see it on the big screen, as Kubrick and HAL 9000 intended.
Seattle-based Leisure Care LLC closed a $49.3 million refinance deal with Fannie Mae for its 293-unit Russellville Park property on Portland's east side.
Four years ago, the City of Portland leased a city-owned building to Ararat Bakery and showered them with more than $650,000 in loans to get started in the Lents neighborhood.
Good morning Southeast and Southwest Portlanders! Today I'll be checking out a site where a developer wants to demolish a house split into five apartments and replace it with four skinny houses.
Protesters chanted "No more killer cops" outside the Mark O. Hatfield U.S. Courthouse in downtown Portland last month as a federal judge took testimony from members of the public on the city's pending settlement agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice on a package of Portland police reforms.
Clarendon School. April 1971: An aerial photo of the school on North Van Houten Avenue under construction.
Portland Mayor Charlie Hales met with African American leaders Monday to map a path forward following the high profile meltdown that led Trader Joe's to pull out of a development project.
State Rep. Carolyn Tomei this weekend reversed her announcement from September, saying instead she will not run for re-election to her House District 41 seat representing Milwaukie, Oak Grove and parts of Southeast Portland.
After a long hiatus that temporarily shelved their popular, twice-weekly support groups , Portland Hearing Voices Director Kate Hill announced yesterday that a new group is gearing up for action and scheduled to go live on Friday, April 4. The new group will take place at Outside In , a social service agency in downtown Portland that works to ... (more)