A Portland choir group’s financial records are missing, and its ex-boss isn’t talking.
Oregon Repertory Singers has launched an investigation of
its former executive director after learning that virtually all of the
arts organization’s financial records have disappeared.
Charles Jordan, Portland's first first African-American City Commissioner and longtime director of the Parks & Recreation Bureau, has died at 77.“Charles Jordan is established in history as one of the heroes of Portland,” Commissioner Amanda Fritz said today in a statement.
Jordan served on Portland City Council for 10 years, beginning in 1974. Appointed by then-Ma...
Online home-rental marketplace Airbnb announced March 26 it had struck an unprecedented deal with Portland city officials to collect lodging taxes in exchange for legalizing short-term rentals. Even skeptics
Homeless camp Right 2 Dream Too strikes out again in its effort to find a new location.
Six weeks ago, the Portland City Council seemed ready to buy its way out of its most prominent homelessness problem.
The city agreed Feb.
17 to give $846,000 to the leaders of homeless camp
The City of Portland has reached a tentative contract deal with 1,600 city workers—again.
The deal for a four-year contract comes three days before the workers—ranging from parking enforcement officers to the street-maintenance crews who plow the roads after snowstorms—were authorized to go on strike.