Murmurs: Somthing Rotten in Tomatogate

Have you been snared in an illegal speed trap?

Former State Sen. Charlie Ringo (D-Beaverton) filed a class-action lawsuit April 3 in Multnomah County against the City of Portland, alleging the city has been improperly enforcing a temporary 35-   More
Wednesday, April 25, 2012 WW Editorial Staff

Nervous Bob Stacey Supporters Watch Tight Race at Rontoms

Awaiting the results in the close race for Metro president tonight with candidate Bob Stacey were about 200 nervous supporters in the dimly lit, normally laid-back Rontoms bar on East Burnside Street. At 8:30 pm, KGW reported that Stacey took 57 percent of the vote in Multnomah County, which pleased Stacey—the former executive director of 1000 Friends of Oregon. "This is really wonderful ...   More
Tuesday, November 2, 2010 Jacob Pierce

The Portland Tribune Shrinks

The Portland Tribune is downsizing again. Last year, the paper reduced its publication frequency from twice a week to once a week. Now, it will shrink from two sections to one. As a result, feature writers Anne Marie DiStefano and Randall Barton have been laid off and sportswriter Jason Vondersmith will move to news. Managing Editor Todd Murphy resigned amid the shifts, effective July 24. ...   More
Tuesday, July 21, 2009 NIGEL JAQUISS


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