Portland officials say a besieged OLCC won’t crack down.
As Mayor Charlie Hales continues to target neighborhood
livability, city officials say he’s not getting cooperation from a
crucial partner: the Oregon Liquor Control Commission, the state agency
A new book tells the wild tale of Oregon’s forgotten skyjackers.
Metal detectors. Long lines at security. Grouchy guards. Bag searches.
Most travelers think
these airport customs have their roots in Sept. 11, 2001. Actually, the
conventions reach back more th
Metro President Tom Hughes told organized labor members Monday that opponents of his Oregon Convention Center headquarters hotel proposal are engaged in "class warfare" to "keep families from putting food on their table."
He made the remarks at the annual Labor Day picnic at Oaks Amusement Park sponsored by the Northwest Oregon Labor Council.
Portland officials are making more changes in how they use City Hall—and this time, it's The Oregonian getting kicked out of the building.
The newspaper will be displaced from its rented first-floor office on Oct. 31, according to a city memo. The Oregonian's office, which currently houses City Hall reporter Brad Schmidt, will be turned into meeting spac...More
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�
The Siltronic VP aims to lower his company’s water rates and unseat Nick Fish.
Q & A
Tom Fahey is so steamed about his company’s water bill, he’s fomenting revolution.
Fahey is vice
president of human resources for Siltronic, a German semiconductor
manufacturer that is the c