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History comes to life through museum's cemetery tours - Friday, 01 August 2014 10:35
A cemetery is a quiet, peaceful place, but Gresham History Museum walking tours through Gresham's pioneer cemeteries bring history to life.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
Susan B Anthony, Brewhaha!, and More: Summer Lovin' On the Bus
Didja see all the photos from our Washington County Door Knock for Safe Roads Last Weekend? Bus Trips are Back, yo! ) for an informal discussion about an issue that'll be on on the Oregon Ballot this November: The legalization of Marijuana.
Sources Say: Oregonian moves, but not all head to paper's newa
More employees are leaving The Oregonian as what's left of the newspaper moves from its former headquarters on Southwest Broadway to smaller leased digs in the Crown Plaza Building next to the Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Portland's Big Transformation Viewed Through the Lens of Google Street View
We all know Portland is changing. Who hasn't walked down Division and marveled at the changes over the past two years alone? Google Street View now allows you to look at images from back in 2007, you can directly compare the streets of today to the way they looked back in the day.
Portland Police will target bicycling on downtown sidewalks
A statement released by the PPB today called the initiative a "Sidewalk Awareness and Enforcement Effort for Bicycle Riders and Skateboarders."
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Spray Paint releasing new LP, touring
You may have caught Austin's Spray Paint when they were on tour with Protomartyr earlier this year.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Portland Tonight: 'America's Oktoberfest' takes over
Members of Rogue, dressed as monks, bow to their brewmaster at the 22nd annual Oregon Brewer's Festival at Tom McCall Waterfront Park on Thursday, July 23, 2009.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Cornwall recognized for improvements to downtown, Le Village
Cornwall has been recognized on an international stage for a recently-completed plan to revitalize the streetscape in the city's traditional commercial areas.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Car2go goes metrowide with St. Paul startup
Peter Vader of Minneapolis drives away in a Car2go in downtown Minneapolis on Tuesday, July 22, 2014.
River huggers unite! The Big Float continues to push Portland to get into the Willamette
The organizers of The Big Float love the Willamette River. How much do they love it? Enough to throw it a parade, a party and a massive gathering on inner tubes, launched from a beach they recently created to encourage Portlanders to get in the water.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Get to know your house: Free (and low cost) ways to learn your home's past
Playwright Francesca Piantadosi has learned a lot about the history of her 1915 house at NE Fremont Street in the Rose City Park area.
Downtown Portland's best restaurants -- Diner 2014
This year's Diner , The Oregonian's comprehensive annual restaurant guide, split Portland's top restaurants into two sections, Michael Russell's top 40 chart -- a road-map to the city's best places to eat -- and the new 50 under $50 -- 50 places where you and a date can grab some food and a drink for less than $50.
Portland to release draft Comp Plan
The city is set to release the draft of its comprehensive land-use plan update on Tuesday, complete with its own webpage that features goals, policies, proposed infrastructure projects and maps.
Downtown Portland building was once home to a large department store: Portland history quiz
This downtown Portland building has had several business "lives". People over 50 likely remember visiting it to buy record albums.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Neighborhood Dining in Downtown Portland
Those looking for less touristy dining options when venturing around downtown Portland might want to check out these two inviting restaurants.
Churches Making Movies Announces 2014 Official Selections
Contact: LaVonne McIver James, 862-588-2671 ISELIN, N.J., July 16, 2014 / Christian Newswire / --The Churches Making Movies Christian Film Festival announced today the first films selected for its 2014 festival to be held October 10-14 in Iselin, New Jersey.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Portland street fee: Business group questions fee, $53 million figure ...
Mayor Charlie Hales, Commissioner Steve Novick and PBOT director Leah Treat listen to public testimony at a street fee meeting earlier this summer.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Cooling Centers Open For Heat Wave
The forecast for this week won't be as hot as expected, but that doesn't mean it's not hot enough.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
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Indictments in Nike sneaker theft scheme; Vancouver waterfront...
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) July 11--Good morning. Here's the Oregon business news you need to know today.
Multnomah County will open elderly cooling centers on Sunday as heat wave rolls in
Nothing like getting the feet wet first to see if the water is just right. The Civic Center Fountain in Hillsboro is a good place to cool off.