One by one, workers at a Southeast Portland club told each other they’d tested positive for COVID-19.
According to three employees of a Central Eastside dance club, as many as 1,000 people were potentially exposed to the COVID-19 virus between Friday, Dec. 17 and Sunday, Dec. 19 and may not have been alerted.
Portland nightlife is back and it’s growing.
Over 24 hours this weekend, City Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty issued two statements.
Amid an atmospheric river that turned Southeast Portland intersections to lakes, city contractor Rapid Response Bioclean carried out the latest sweep of the reestablished Laurelhurst Park homeless encampment.
Maria Kieley was sick of sitting at home.
A Portland Public Schools board meeting was temporarily suspended and moved to an online video platform on Tuesday night after nearly 100 protesters against a COVID-19 vaccine mandate refused to wear masks inside the district headquarters building.
About 100 black-clad protesters gathered in front of the Multnomah County Justice Center in downtown Portland on Friday night, decrying a grand jury’s