Copper Cane’s labels said its grapes came from the Oregon Coast. The agency didn’t believe that.
“The slow implementation of resources is causing system failure.”
Six years after Portland declared a housing emergency, the building remains vacant.
A Metro spokesperson says admin costs are high because it takes a lot of staff time to get programs up and running.
Chief Justice Martha Walters had “requested” that staff get shots this month. Not enough did.
The shortage stems from a difficult financial choice the district says it was forced to make when the pandemic hit in 2020.
The nonprofit leader wants to succeed Shirley Craddick.
Prosper Portland says the site is unfit for a homeless camp and needed for affordable housing.
The group will spend $1.5 million initially and is considering legal action and ballot measures.
An aide to Gov. Kate Brown, Singleton previously led JOIN, the homeless services provider.
The emergency room doctor will compete with her colleague, Commissioner Jessica Vega Pederson.
WW’s feature story on the day after the Sept. 11 attacks collected dispatches from a range of voices: from then-Mayor Vera Katz to street musician Alonzo Volcano.
PBOT acts as traffic deaths increase at a record-setting pace.
Widening and capping I-5 at the Rose Quarter is now projected to cost $1.2 billion to $1.25 billion—and the OTC wants others to pay.
Prosper Portland and Continuum Partners of Denver agree to end negotiations on the Broadway Corridor.