A short, not-so-strange trip it was.
The local business organization brings on the outgoing state legislator as it expands its nonprofit status.
If you weren’t aware of the furor leading up to the tournament, it wouldn’t have been apparent in the slightest.
The lead-up to the tournament at a private golf club in North Plains hasn’t been smooth.
Manchester Capital Management got stung by downtown’s woes.
“Just through talking to folks in the industry, we’ve been hearing for at least the last decade that a ballroom-style venue in this size represents a bit of a missing middle for venues in Portland.”
This would be the third time in five years the powerhouse events promoter has eyed Portland for its next venue.
Limited supply is keeping prices high even as the Federal Reserve pulls the punch bowl.
UFCW Local 555 filed a class action grievance against Albertsons/Safeway for not meeting the timeline of its new contract.
Don’t worry: The sign stays.
The shared element: a Vancouver, Wash., tech billionaire named Kirk Brown.
He’s submitted a $2 billion bid with Alan Smolinisky, a partial owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers.
The county crafted its program after it ousted Ridwell, a hard-to-recycle subscription company.
As the faddish lure of Old Town fades, shop owners fear they’ve been forgotten.
Layoffs are far less common than they were earlier in the pandemic.