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Meals on Wheels People volunteer Larry Tabaka makes a home delivery to Wanda, a Forest Grove resident.
Police are in a standoff in Hillsboro right now with a suspected burglar holed up in a four-plex apartment building.
Police were initially called to the report of a man on the roof of a home in the 2900 block of Cornelius Pass Road just after 1:30 p.m., said Hillsboro police Lt.
Ben Petrick signs autographs on his bobblehead night last summer before a Hillsboro Hops game.
The Civic Center Fountain in downtown Hillsboro is typically running by 8 a.m. The Parks & Recreation Department also has seasonal water play fountains at the 53rd Avenue Park, Walnut Street Park and Magnolia Park.
Knitted Wit makes some beautiful yarn. Check out this skein of Bling in Turkish Blue that I bought at For Yarn's Sake during the Rose City Yarn Crawl.
In a tough job market, young people entering the work force need every break they can get - especially since the unemployment rate for workers in the 16 to 25 age group is significantly higher than the national unemployment average.
A motion to dismiss robbery and theft charges against 28-year-old Adam Michael Horstman was filed Wednesday and he was released from the county jail the same day, said Senior Deputy District Attorney Jeff Lesowski.
Theatre in the Grove 's first CAST Playhouse production of the summer has an answer the whole family can enjoy.
The Oregon Arts Commission will give $200,000 to 24 arts organizations to support arts education projects around the state.
Summary: A McMinnville man accused of drug crimes , driving away from two attempted traffic stops and driving while suspended has been convicted and sentenced in Washington County Circuit Court.
Forest Grove Youth Baseball competes in the state playoffs today at noon at Mooberry Elementary in Hillsboro.
It all started with a dog so spooked by Fourth of July explosions he chewed through two fences to escape his yard.
Those who wish to open medical marijuana dispensaries in Hillsboro are going to have to wait awhile longer.
Arnold Gehrke is proud of his 43-foot historic boat, but police have visited him numerous times and the city has sent several formal letters after receiving complaints about the large vessel on Gehrke's property.
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Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 02:00 am
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