The Best Reason to Stop Avoiding Your Neighbors
For $14, each crafter gets a wooden base hand-carved by DeMartini’s stepfather in various shapes, including horses, cats, dogs and, yes, robots.
Louis Pearl is Portland’s Best Blowhard.
“Everything I might have accomplished felt like crawling uphill through blackberry bushes,” he wrote.
He was thrown into adult immigration detention for two months because of junk dental X-rays.
Ted Wheeler wants a police chief. Portland Public Schools needs a new superintendent. The similarities end there.
The inevitable questions nag at the nattering nabobs of negativism among us: What will Wheeler’s biggest stumbling block be? And will he be able overcome it to secure a second term?
Gene Pitts, the chairman of Portland Community College’s board of directors, has resigned his seat because he didn’t agree with a decision to designate PCC a “sanctuary” campus for undocumented students.
Here's one problem Chloe Eudaly will have to tackle when she takes over city cannabis regulation.
Scott Bailey, 63, announced on Facebook Dec. 14 that he would run for the Portland School Board seat currently held by Pam Knowles.
Portland Commissioner Steve Novick, who lost a re-election bid last month to outsider candidate Chloe Eudaly, says he’s mulling a possible return to politics—as Multnomah County’s district attorney.
Portland Public Schools last week released the full investigative report on the awarding of a no-bid $11,000 contract that yielded a nine-page spreadsheet on voter turnout in past PPS campaigns.
Portland Mayor Charlie Hales leaves office Dec. 31 after just one term. But four years still provided WW with plenty of fodder for caricature. Here are a few of our favorites.
We gave the incoming mayor a pop quiz—and he finally told us how he voted on Measure 97.