The Democratic candidate for governor Nicholas Kristof vowed early this afternoon to appeal Secretary of State Shemia Fagan’s “troubling”
Earlier this year, on April 12, Movie Madness—the not-for-profit video store arm of the Hollywood Theatre—turned 30 years old.
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Beginning Jan. 9, 2022, TriMet will reduce its transit services on 21 of its 84 bus lines due to “severe staffing shortages,” the agency
The Oregon Supreme Court today announced it had dismissed two different challenges to the new legislative boundaries lawmakers drew earlier this year.
The union that represents Burgerville workers at four out of 10 Portland locations and the Vancouver, Wash.
Intel, the largest private employer in Oregon, told its workers on Nov. 11 that they must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 by Jan. 4, 2022 or have received a religious or medical exemption.