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.
The U.S. Forest Service just gave Canada-based mining company Ascot USA Inc. permission to do exploratory mining for gold, copper, silver and molybdenum near Mount St. Helens—The Columbian first reported.
After a traffic accident last year, a city employee is suing Isaac Brock for $865,000.
East Portland will get a new 16-acre park this week
The city's golf courses have been steadily losing money for at least five years.
It's hot, school's out and everyone really needs some good news right now.