A same-sex couple says CC Slaughters nightclub barred them for their wedding dresses.
Like any brides, Michelle and Eidan Bray figured their Aug. 10 wedding wouldn’t go off without a hitch or two.
But as 100 friends
and relatives gathered to celebrate their marriage in Northeast
An inventory of items found in the Mount Tabor reservoirs in the past five years.
It’s not merely activists who occupy the city’s reservoirs.
scenic pools on Mount Tabor and in Washington Park are home to other
items as well. Ducks, mostly, floating on the city�
Hales is looking for ways to pay for his Old Town Entertainment District.
If you’re looking for proof Mayor Charlie Hales wants to
keep Old Town’s Entertainment District running, look no further than the
The city will
introduce two open-air loos�
The mayor’s plan for “carbon taxes” aims to take money from a familiar pocket—yours.
In June, Portland Mayor Charlie Hales told a visiting
environmental delegation from the United Nations his city would be a
leader in fighting global warming.
must redouble our efforts to
A political group races against a deadline to get your email address before it’s too late.
You may not have heard of the Oregon Capitol Watch Foundation, a self-described state budget watchdog group.
But if you’ve sent or received email to or from a state agency, you may soon be on the
Commissioner Deborah Kafoury wants Jeff Cogen off the Multnomah county board. Is she willing to go for his job as well?
Deborah Kafoury won election as fifth-grade class
president of Irvington Elementary School in 1977 by deploying a secret
weapon: a political button-making machine.
“Her mom was an
A pastor protesting abortions at Lovejoy Surgicenter has had trouble with his own flock.
Last Sunday, pastor Chuck O’Neal read the parable of the
sower from the Gospel of Mark to his congregation at Beaverton Grace
Bible Church. It’s the story of a man who scatters seeds in all ki
Records show the city may spend millions to finance Portland’s Bike Share—and leave out many neighborhoods.
When the Portland City Council accepted a $2 million
federal grant to start a bike-share program in 2011, it did so on one
condition: No city money would help pay for it.
Instead, the council
Federal budget cuts come down hard on court-appointed attorneys.
Steven Wax has become famous for taking on some of the toughest court cases in the nation.
As the state’s top
federal public defender, Wax represented the so-called “Christmas Tree
Cogen faces a state criminal investigation. He’s not happy. But should he be worried?
This month, Multnomah County Chairman Jeff Cogen will
answer questions in a criminal investigation aimed at finding out if he
abused his public office while having an affair with a county employee