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Powell opens ahead of schedule
SE Powell Boulevard between 13th and 21st avenues reopened Sunday morning, May 19, a day ahead of schedule.
Sat May 18, 2013
Judge helps Portland police gather evidence, track down thief who stole his ID
Thomas Joseph Berndt II tells Judge Cheryl Albrecht, who was about to sentence him Friday, that he hadn't realized until just then the impact identity theft has on people, not just financial institutions.
Fri May 17, 2013
TriMet hopes new ticket app clicks with bus, rail commuters
The agency's board is scheduled to take up the issue at its July 24 meeting. The proposal being prepared by staff would allow all bus and rail tickets to be purchased on electronic devices such as cell phones and smart cards.
Wed May 15, 2013
Squires, mentoring program for teen fathers, plans workshop
Shanne Sowards is mentoring 19-year-old Pablo Huerta, who holds his 6-month-old, Adam.
For What It's Worth record store closes after 30 years - Wednesday, 15 May 2013 04:00
John Gregos has done everything from running the top-selling record store in three states to going backstage with Stevie Ray Vaughan and becoming friends with the Grateful Dead's official photographer.
Tue May 14, 2013
Featured letter: Name the light-rail bridge for the future
I understand that the Portland-Milwaukie light-rail bridge, which is currently under construction, has not yet been given a permanent name.
Milwaukie woman hospitalized with burns from kitchen fire
Firefighters administer first aid to a Milwaukie woman burned in a kitchen fire.
TriMet: This weekend's Powell Boulevard closure will be the last related to new Portland-Milwaukie MAX construction
TriMet officials say this coming weekend will mark the last full closure of Southeast Powell Boulevard related to the Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Transit Project .
Things to do in Milwaukie
Healthy Aging Seminar: Mitch Lambley, certified senior adviser at Home Street Bank, and Fernando V'elez with the state of Oregon's Department of Consumer and Business Services present "Senior Citizen Property Tax Deferral and Reverse Mortgages." Registration required.
Mon May 13, 2013
Support for locally elected North Clackamas parks board? The Oak Grove Community Council at ...
The Oak Grove Community Council at its Wednesday, May 22, meeting may vote to support changing the North Clackamas Parks & Recreational District to a locally elected board, replacing the Clackamas County Board of County Commissioners.
Sun May 12, 2013
Safari Club owner to open retail store in Oak Grove
Mounting maintenance and repair costs, as well as a lack of customers, forced the two to close the Estacada restaurant in March, about a year and a half after it reopened as the Legendary Safari Club.
Sat May 11, 2013
The editorial board's recommendations for the May 2013 election
If the May 21 election in the Portland metropolitan area had a name, it would be called "water fluoridation and other stuff." The civic brawl over fluoridating the city of Portland's water supply has dominated the election cycle and drowned out most other debates.
Fri May 10, 2013
The Pordland Mercury
Tonight in Music: Night Mechanic, Sun Angle, KPSU Kruise & More
KPSU KRUISE: ONUINU, GRANDPARENTS Slap on a goofy smile and your favorite topsiders to dance the ever-loving poop deck off the Portland Spirit for the KPSU Kruise.
Beaverton Valley Times
TriMet girder, bound for Southeast, crushes car on Marquam Bridge - Friday, 10 May 2013 10:00
The Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Transit Project came up one girder short of their expected half-dozen delivery on April 23, when the missing beam ended up on its side on its overturned truck, atop a car, on the Marquam Bridge.
Beaverton Valley Times
'Brooklyn Diner' discovered during demolition - Friday, 10 May 2013 10:00
In the beginning, the process of demolishing a small, ordinary-looking, green one-story building that recently housed a historic photo reproduction studio in Brooklyn seemed like nothing special.
Beaverton Valley Times
Light rail construction claims part of PECO Manufacturing - Friday, 10 May 2013 10:00
On the Wednesday afternoon of April 10th 2013, employees, secretarial staff members, and managers, of Peco Manufacturing Company in on the east side of S.E. 17th in Brooklyn gathered for one last look out the glass door and windows of their building.
Group leaves racist fliers on windshields, neighbors outraged
MILWAUKIE, Ore. A neighborhood was blanketed with racist fliers on Thursday and people there say they won't tolerate the hateful propaganda.
Thu May 09, 2013
Monaghan: May 2013 might be Oregon's 'try again' election
Spring has sprung in the state of Oregon. Leaves are back on the trees, the weather has finally become hospitable, and in that uniquely local occurrence, ballots have dropped.
Wed May 08, 2013
Low-income Clackamas County residents hit hard by sewer project bill, so board asks for more assistance
Philip Stose, alongside a section of a sewer manhole near his front yard, lived east of Milwaukie city limits for 27 years and was one of the most vocal opponents of hooking up to the cityaA A s sewers and annexing to the city.
Things to do in Gladstone and Milwaukie
More than 700 annuals, perennials, trees and hanging baskets were donated for the sale, which will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Milwaukie Farmers Market site across from City Hall.