12-10-2017  4:02 pm      •     
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About 40 women and minority business owners gathered at the offices of the Oregon Association of Minority Entrepreneurs last week to hear TriMet Executive Director Fred Hansen, right, and Senior Director of Diversity and Transit Equity Bruce Watts (not pictured) discuss TriMet's plans to include women- and minority-owned subcontractors in its upcoming MAX light rail expansion projects. For more information, visit www.trimet.org.


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After beginning as a buyers' club in 1997, the Alberta Cooperative Grocery opened on July 7,…


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The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality has selected a cleanup approach for contaminated…


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Irvington Covenant Community Development Corp. is launching a pre-apprentice training program for…


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Cornelius Booker is the new Transit Manager for TriMet's Merlo Operations Center in…


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Thanks to a converted TriMet bus packed with sports equipment, art supplies and games — but…


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Reading, writing, math, art, cooking, band, sewing, computers, even manicure classes — these…


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The 10th annual Carifest Celebration will once again bring together the best of local and island…


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An original play by Portland-area students will make its debut this Friday. Everyone Has Their Own…


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Celebrate the end of summer twice – on Saturdays, Aug. 5 and Aug 19 – during the annual…


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