The pedestrian bridge to the most popular attractions at Smith Rock State Park will not reopen as planned this week.
The Yamhill Pub was an unlikely candidate for salvation.
Almost three months after announcing that it would close its first pub in the Hollywood District, Pono Brewing is ceasing all production.
While many build-outs seemed to have slowed to a crawl during the pandemic for multiple reasons, North Portland’s Chill N Fill has completed its new food cart pod at what feels like lightning speed.
The Historic Columbia River Highway State Trail between Troutdale and The Dalles is one step closer to completion thanks to the opening of a 2-mile path at Viento State Park.
Due to popular demand, Migration Brewing is extending its summer residency at the downtown Wells Fargo Center.
Saddle Mountain, the site of one of the best hiking trails in the Oregon Coast Range and a stunning landmark that can be seen all the way from the docks of Astoria, is reopening after three long years.
Andy and Bax—Portland’s longtime supplier of camping equipment, military surplus gear and novelty gas masks—is calling it quits after nearly eight decades of business.
More than three years after COVID-19 canceled every festival, fair and large-scale public function, you might assume that all of the events that will return have by now.
If your Labor Day weekend plans include a visit to the network of Sandy Ridge recreation trails—one of the state’s premiere mountain biking destinations—you’ll need to pick another location.