A looming sewer charge will help big industry—and cost your corner cafe.
Marilyn DeVault has watched several businesses in her
neighborhood close down in recent years. Her bakery, the award-winning
Piece of Cake in Sellwood, remains popular and busy.
But she fears th
It turns out negative campaigns work, even in a fake election.
Jack Bogdanski had better hope an elephant does forget.
Lewis & Clark law professor and prolific blogger won his
second-round Mayoral Madness contest against sentimental favorite Packy,
The clear lessons so far from Mayoral Madness: The only thing Portland loves more than an underdog is a self-promoter.
The first round of WW’s
bracket tournament to find a less-boring mayo
The woman with Bob Caldwell on the day he died works as an internet call girl.
Over the past two weeks, readers of The Oregonian have witnessed an extraordinary episode in the newspaper’s 162-year history.
On March 10, Bob
Caldwell, a respected Oregon journalist and longti
Let’s pick the next mayor the only sane way: with a bracket.
The most exciting thing happening in Portland this week is the NCAA Basketball Tournament’s arrival at the Rose Garden.
The least exciting, this and every other week: the mayor’s race.
Chuck Eggert says Brady and her campaign have distorted “the true history of the company.”
One of the original investors who created New Seasons
Market disputes Eileen Brady’s claims that she was a “founding co-owner”
of the company and played a meaningful role in creating the pop
Union Pacific conceded up front that state subsidies to improve its rails wouldn’t create jobs.
Over the past six years, the state of Oregon has handed
out $295 million in subsidies to local governments and private companies
to help build and repair ports, rail lines and public transit.