City Hall is looking at 21 new sites for a homeless camp. But only a few options are serious.
Finding a dream home for a homeless camp is an unusual assignment for commercial real-estate broker Cushman & Wakefield.
But as the company
helps Portland City Hall pick possible locations to
An Oregonian editorial columnist bashed the CRC too many times. Now he’s an ex-columnist.
While a bill to revive the Columbia River Crossing clings
to life in the Legislature, Brendan Monaghan’s brief career as an
editorial columnist for The Oregonian is over—and it’s hard to esc
Clackamas County tycoon Terry Emmert is bringing pro football players to Portland. Why?
The kingdom of Terry Emmert is easy to miss from Oregon Route 212.
A state highway that
wears its sprawl as proudly as a new Carhartt jacket, 212 stretches east
from Interstate 205 to Boring, sl
Roy Jay says he's exploring a $50 million defamation lawsuit against Artharee.
Baruti Artharee, former police liaison for Portland Mayor Charlie Hales, appeared on local public-access television last week to level incendiary charges against African-American leaders he says conspired to destroy him.
Multnomah County's largest employee union, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 88, last night endorsed former City Commissioner Jim Francesconi in the race for county chair.
The union membership voted last night, at a forum where Francesconi debated his opponent, recent County Commissioner Deborah Kafoury.
Francesconi and Kafoury are ...
The endorsements keep on coming in the race for Multnomah County chair—this time on the side of former County Commissioner Deborah Kafoury.
Kafoury tells WW she's received official backing from the Oregon Nurses Association and the Oregon League of Conservation Voters. "I"m really excited about the series of endorsements I've received," Kafoury says. ...