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Crime in Portland has not been this low since the 1960sREAD MORE
Darren Wilson has a clean record and received a commendation after arresting a suspect for marijuana dealingREAD MORE
Nathaniel Cosby's lawyers argued he killed Harris in self defense. The case will be reviewed by an appellate office.READ MORE
This week: NAACP Community Gathering on Ferguson, 'Don Quixote and Sancho Panza', Moon Viewing and more.
This week: Providence Hood To Coast Relay, Union Vote of Street Canvassers, Portland Sunday Parkways and more.
Multnomah County Library has chosen Mitchell S. Jackson’s debut novel The Residue Years for its community reading project Everybody Reads 2015READ MORE
Oregon DHS issued grants worth almost $13 million to nine social welfare nonprofits and regional governments. The grant are to pilot new approaches to caring for vulnerable people, supporting people with disabilities, and to prevent physical and mental health crises.READ MORE
This week: Free movie: The Incredibles, Neighborhood activity grants, life jacket sale, kindergarten sign-ups, Seattle HistoryMakersREAD MORE
This week: Oregon Commission on Black Affairs; We Are Black, we are Portland..., Enough is Enough Campaign, free child safety seats, Spirit of Portland awards, Summer fruit celebration and more....READ MORE
Vintage computer fair, Conservation Corps Jobs, Alzheimers, teen musical, Kent bus cuts, Sherman Alexie, HistoryMakers....READ MORE