One sign of the degree to which the pandemic has eased in the Pacific Northwest can be seen across the Columbia River, where a fleet of electric cars offering group rides has resumed service.
Author: Tori Lieberman
Zillow Thought Flipping Houses Meant Easy Money. A North Portland Home Shows the Downside.
A house on North Russet Street in the Piedmont neighborhood sold in late June for top dollar.
Portland Is Again Getting a Direct Flight to Amsterdam
Did a mellow feeling just wash over you?
Coho Salmon Run Sets Modern-Era Record on Clackamas River
While Oregon’s salmon runs are so depleted that
An Impending Deluge Won’t Quite Make Up Portland’s Annual Rain Deficit
A two-day storm moving across Portland could dump two to three inches of rain on the city by Saturday morning, as meteorologists warn to look out for floods and landslides.
A North Portland Courtyard Funded With Greenspace Bond Dollars Is Being Used as Uber Eats Parking
In June 2016, Noah Dunham threw a party.
Jamie McLeod-Skinner Will Challenge U.S. Rep. Kurt Schrader From the Left
Jamie McLeod-Skinner, an elected Jefferson County Education Service District board member who ran for Oregon secretary of state in 2020, this morning announced she will challenge U.S. Rep.
Labor Organizer Lamar Wise Bids to Succeed Sen. Chuck Riley
Lamar Wise, a labor organizer in Washington County, is seeking an appointment to the Oregon Senate seat being vacated by Sen.
A Lot of Oregonians Are Working Two Jobs These Days
Portland Man Who Moved “Slow Street” Barrier Leaves a Cardboard Note Explaining Why
Leaving passive-aggressive notes on cars is something of a civic sport in Portland.