From the outside, it absolutely looks a mess. But I don’t live on the outside.
Oregon’s largest health care provider provides less charity care than average and targeted low-income patients, the Times found. Providence disagrees.
The Portland philanthropist will help sustain the Kennedy Center and serve as an arts ambassador.
The move follows a Willamette Week report on the issue earlier this month.
Wouldn’t speed bumps be safer and more effective?
Potential incentives include discounted or free child care, doggy day care, and transportation and parking reimbursements.
The joint investigation by the sheriff’s office and Oregon State Police is ongoing.
More than 4,900 county residents could benefit from the program.
Wyden wants to bring women’s professional basketball back to Portland.
It’s because Stumptown is still a bargain compared with Seattle and San Francisco.
During the first half of this year, there were 102 cases of injuries resulting from workplace violence. OSHA sampled nine of them and found only two had been investigated.
The Small Donor Elections program says the discounted office space constitutes a prohibited contribution.
Prophet, the district’s first Black superintendent, led the district from 1982 to 1992.
In other news: Protesters chase Ted Wheeler out of Kells.
There are simply not enough treatment options for people suffering from severe mental illness.