In other news: Neighbors privatize Portland Parks programs.
That ends the central public use of what was once among the city’s recreational treasures.
Portland Parks & Recreation does a lot of things Portlanders love. Over the past five years, it has wanted to do even more.
The result: Parks got cut and police did not.
GOTV effort won’t include workers from parks, water and BES unless they take time off.
Monsanto insists that the substance is completely safe and does not cause cancer. The scientific community is not so certain.
Kia Selley was one of two deputies to the former bureau director who was told about elevate lead levels in the water at the Multnomah Arts Center.
Dozens of red-shirt clad Democratic Socialists of America packed into City Hall Thursday evening at the city’s final budget forum to protest Mayor Ted Wheeler’s spending proposal.
It wasn’t the fencing that cost all that money, Fleeced, it was the yearlong, drug-fueled bacchanal that took place inside it.
After a traffic accident last year, a city employee is suing Isaac Brock for $865,000.