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City officials say a remodeled public safety building for Beaverton's police, courts and emergency management would cost about $35 million, and a bond measure to fund it could be on the ballot in November 2014.
A vigil service will be held on Dec. 17 for Sister Anna Hertel, SSMO, a leader and educator who serves as Superior General of the Sisters of St. Mary of Oregon from 1985-1995.
Police served a search warrant at Stars Cabaret in Beaverton and two homes Dec. 10 linked to an alleged sex trafficking operation ran out of the strip club involving two 13-year-old girls.
A Cricket Wireless store manager told a Beaverton police officer that he wanted a 47-year-old man arrested after a dispute over a returned phone allegedly ended with the worker kicked in the groin Dec. 6. The 25-year-old male manager told an officer that Jassem Shahad called the store on Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway to return a recently purchased ... (more)
Beaverton police officers arrived to an apartment complex in the 14300 block of Southwest Sexton Mountain Road Dec. 5 just in time to see Nathan Charles leaving the pool area in only wet gym shorts.
Tigard glass artist, Rae Campbell, will conduct a fused glass demonstration at Art On Broadway where she will show different ways to create icicles, ornaments and sun catchers for the holiday season, Sunday, December 15, 2013, from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Interested visitors may watch or try their hand at designing an icicle or ornament or create a ... (more)
Our sorta weekly roundup of gossip about new openings and change-ups in the bar and restaurant biz, courtesy of OLCC license applications: After years of moving its main kitchen around Division St., from Pok Pok to Whiskey Soda Lounge to Sen Yai, Ricker's string of Thai restaurants is investing in a central commissary kitchen and office space in ... (more)
More than 200 tuba players are expected to perform Saturday in Pioneer Square. OregonLive user Patfitz posted this photo from the 2011 Tuba Christmas.
If you missed National Poinsettia Day on Dec. 12, don't worry - there are still plenty of poinsettias to go around! The weekend is here! And warmer temperatures are here, too.
New homes for sale at 45 Degrees Central, a neighborhood in Beaverton near the corner of Southwest Murray Boulevard and Southwest Jenkins Road.
Police documents released to KGW Thursday describe how two men allegedly took advantage of a 13-year-old runaway as part of what police have said was a human trafficking operation in Beaverton.
Judy Donovan, vice president of the Beaverton Historical Society and descendant of early Beaverton settler Thomas Denney, regularly wears period clothing.
For Pastor Norm Langston, the decision to discontinue the severe weather warming shelter at Beaverton's First Baptist Church this winter was not taken lightly.