01-20-2017  10:18 pm      •     

Northwest News

Recipient won't have to prove citizenship for a few weeks

SALEM — It will be a few more weeks before Oregon fully enforces a new federal law that requires Medicaid applicants to prove they are U.S. citizens, according to the state Department of Human Services.


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Custodians laid off four years ago and replaced with non union workers have been asked to return by…


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A proposed Civic Leadership Academy for people of color living in Portland will be discussed during…


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In July, TriMet will host a series of open houses to highlight the I-205/Portland Mall MAX Light…


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The taste of Southern Louisiana will come to Portland when the Martin Luther King, Jr. Loaves &…


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A new park is planned on former parking lot

The city of Portland is working on the design of three downtown parks recently approved by the City…


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The Lance Armstrong Foundation has awarded a two-year, $543,808 grant to help establish the…


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All are welcome to attend free meeting

Muffin Batiste, owner of popular catering firm Le Sous Chef, will serve up lessons and insight for…


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More than 3,000 Northeast Portland residents have received free walking kits as part of the Ten Toe…


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"Edge, Color, Light" is the theme for the gallery show at the Interstate Firehouse…


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