1 hr ago
Washington County commuters: Any slick spots on your drive?
The Tanasbourne area, at Northwest Stucki Place and Evergreen Parkway in Hillsboro, saw a dusting of snow Tuesday, Dec. 10. Slick spots on Hillsboro roads caught me by surprise Tuesday morning, so I'm curious about how your Washington County commute went down.
5 hrs ago
Stars Cabaret searched in sex trafficking bust
Two men were arrested Tuesday in connection with an investigation into the sexual assault and sex trafficking of two teenaged girls at a Beaverton strip club.
9 hrs ago
Beaverton Historical Society throws Vintage Holiday Party: Beaverton best bet
Bev Ecker's historical mural, "Broadway Street - 1910 to 1920," was dedicated last week at the Beaverton History Center.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Frozen water pipe burst causes minor flooding at high school in Beaverton
A Beaverton high school is expected to be open Tuesday for classes after flooding caused from a frozen water pipe burst.
Bob Zahrowski to run against Greg Malinowski for Washington County commissioner seat
Rock Creek resident and university professor Bob Zahrowski has filed as candidate for a Washington County commissioner seat, currently occupied by Greg Malinowski.
Beaverton man's 'problematic house' declared uninhabitable; homeowner in jail
A Beaverton man ordered to restore utilities in his home during a warrant search last month or risk eviction is now in jail on unrelated charges and the home has been declared uninhabitable by the city.
Aloha Community Library holds holiday fundraiser sale: Beaverton best bet
Rebecca Uyemura helps her granddaughter Alliah Ford, 6, sign up for the library's reading program.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Couple found napping after allegedly breaking into vacant home: Beaverton Police Log
Beaverton police officers surrounded a home in the 16900 block of Northwest Walker Road Nov. 30 and found a sliding glass door off its track.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Tigard veteran Bryan Onderdonk found guilty of vehicular homicide in Oregon 219 crash
Marcos Castillo, 50, of Vancouver, died at the scene of a March 24 crash this year after he turned onto Oregon 219 from Southwest Farmington Road.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Man accused of vandalizing business, trying to fight cop after being refused alcohol: Beaverton Police Log
A Big Red's restaurant employee informed Jacob Dale Engle on Nov. 29 that he wasn't going to be served anymore alcohol after he told her she had ugly shoes.
Clothing centers outfitting needy families in Portland area see high demand for basics
Since 1964, the PTA Council's Clothing Center has operated without fanfare, handing out bags of gently used and in some cases new clothes to some of Portland's neediest families.
Beaverton tree lighting, storytime with the Grinch and more: Beaverton weekend
Happy weekend! Hopefully you've been able to stay warm this week. Unfortunately, temps aren't getting any warmer for the weekend.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Beaverton School District eminent domain case may end up in trial
Fifteen acres of land in the South Cooper Mountain area has pitted a non-profit cemetery association against the Beaverton School District in a dispute that may end in trial this spring.
Village Players' production of 'Little Women' premieres: Beaverton best bet
Madison Pintar plays the part of Jo in the Wilsonville High School production of "Little Women."
South County Spotlight
Four partners, 40 taps, one jug - Thursday, 05 December 2013 00:00
Rarely, however, does the combination lead to anything resembling productivity, much less a business plan or a new career path.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
The Courier Mailer
Man cited after calling police about bullet holes in apartment: Beaverton Police Log
Michael McCurry told police he came home from a walk early Nov. 26, discovered bullet holes in his Beaverton apartment and his firearm gone.
South County Spotlight
Schools ponder funding measure for new buildings, set priorities - Wednesday, 04 December 2013 16:00
When it comes to a $680 million bond measure to fund new schools, building renovations and new technology for the Beaverton School District, failure is not an option.
Beaverton market at center of food stamp fraud investigation, police say
From left, Mahmoud Tajgerdu, Negin Tajgerdu, Aziz Darakhshani, Bahman Hoshmand and Rafik Korkut Five people linked to a Beaverton market face charges after an investigation that began in 2009 found cases of food stamp fraud, police say.
Amy Tan to sign 'The Valley of Amazement' at Cedar Hills Powell's: Beaverton best bet
Amy Tan, celebrated author of "The Joy Luck Club," will visit Powell's Books in Beaverton on Wednesday, Dec. 4, to introduce her new book.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Christmas Trains at Southminster Presbyterian Church
Children of all ages are invited to view the annual Christmas Trains at Southminster Presbyterian Church on Monday, December 23, Friday, December 27, Monday, December 30, and Thursday, January 2 from 1 to 3 p.m. Chief Conductor Damon Apostalon will be on hand to operate the trains and answer questions.