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8 hrs ago | The Oregonian
Current Beaverton City Councilor Marc San Soucie will tell you that Beaverton has been steadily gaining ground over the years, while council contender John Somoza worries the city has been standing still for far too long.
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17 hrs ago | The Oregonian
Beaverton is broken into 11 neighborhood associations, and a leadership training aims to teach people how to get involved in theirs.
21 hrs ago | Beaverton Valley Times
The city of Beaverton's Neighborhood Program invites community members interested in volunteer opportunities to the annual Neighborhood Association Committee training and orientation on Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m., in the Beaverton Activities Center's Large Community Room, 12500 S.W. Allen Blvd. The free training covers various topics to help foster ... (more)
The strip of land between Southwest Tualatin Valley Highway and Southwest Alexander Street might have the greatest potential - through commercial and residential redevelopment - to revive an area plagued by chronic underinvestment and limited service provision.
Beaverton police say a man suspected of stealing a white pickup in Hillsboro early March 11, later fled a hit-and-run crash along near Cornell Road in the Beaverton area.
Summary: A Beaverton man accused of exposing himself repeatedly to an eighth-grade girl has been convicted and sentenced in Washington County Circuit Court.
Planning for the future of more than 2,000 acres and an anticipated 7,000-plus new households requires a hard look at services.
This is the first in a three-part series about the Aloha-Reedville study. Stories about solutions, policies and people are coming up.
A familiar fuchsia is the hardy Fuchsia magellanica. It adapts well to the moderate climate of the Pacific Northwest and likes fertile, moist but well-drained soil in a site with full morning sun to partial afternoon shade.
The South Cooper Mountain planning area is located on the southwest edge of Beaverton, north of SW Scholls Ferry Road While state leaders cross their t's and dot their i's on a much-discussed land use "grand bargain," Beaverton planners are going about business as usual.
Welcome to the weekend! Catch kid culture with the Watoto Children's Choir of Africa, Beaverton Symphony, or high school musicals.
Don Hamilton of the Oregon Department of Transportation explains how weather-activated speed-advisory signs worth at the U.S. 26-Oregon 217 interchange.
The two Neighborhood Market stores that recently opened in Beaverton reflect Walmart's relatively new concept of a straightforward supermarket as it was understood before home accessory sections, garden centers and sit-down bistros became mainstays of the modern grocery experience.