Safeway agreed to pay $8.75 million to resolve a class action lawsuit.
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New Seasons Market plans second Hillsboro grocery store
The Portland-based grocer plans to open its 22nd location at the Tanasbourne Town Center in Hillsboro.
Food Front, NW Portland grocery co-op, warns dire finances could force closure
The co-op laid off a third of its staff last week and has temporarily put a hold on buying inventory.
REI to close only Portland store, citing break-ins, theft
The outdoor company’s Portland store had its highest number of break-ins and thefts in two decades.
Oregon salary transparency bill shelved over free speech concerns
The bill would have required employers to publish pay ranges in job listings.
Portland retailers try to wrangle theft as city pushes them to do more
Businesses big and small in the Portland area are reporting a sharp uptick in petty theft.
Portland sneakerhead destination closing after 21 years
The beloved sneaker and apparel store was one of Portland’s earliest adopters of the streetwear aesthetic.
Regal Cinemas closes Tigard movie theater
The show is over and the lights have gone out for Regal Tigard as the company’s bankruptcy proceeds.
Meet the fastest-growing city in the Portland area
This city in the northwest corner of Washington County grew by 58% from 2016 to 2021.
Oregon employers seek changes to state’s equal pay law to address staffing shortages
The state’s current pay equity law effectively prohibits employers from offering hiring and retention bonuses.