Hales pledges to fight panhandling downtown. It’s not clear how he wins.
No matter where he travels, the street kid known as Kidd always knows where he wants to end up.
With a ragged goatee
and barely as tall as a sidewalk mailbox, Kidd, who is in his early 20s,
Mayor Charlie Hales announced this afternoon that his office has cobbled together money from a mix of public and private sources to preserve a list of city programs citizens fought to keep from the budget chopping block.
NewsClean Water Portland is celebrating its big victory over 26-151, the Portland measure that would have required the fluoridation of the city's drinking water.
At the election night victory party—held at On Deck Sports Bar and Grill in the Pearl District—a small crowd swe...
With five days left until the May 21 election, polling numbers keep getting worse for fluoride.
Ballot Measure 26-151, which would fluoridate Portlands water supply, trails by 13 percentage points in the newest poll released by WW's ...More
Portland wants every city to have its patented toilet.
Anne Peterson is a problem solver.
She may not look like
one—her dyed maroon hair and gold-rimmed sunglasses hint at her second
life as a “Burner” (one who regularly attends Burning Man)��