Below are fast-breaking news items.
Tri met has identified the four final choices in its call to name the Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Bridge.READ MORE
The Skanner Foundation has received two grants totalling $34,000 to improve accessibility at the North Portland Multimedia Training Center and to train adults in video production.READ MORE
Lashai Williams was sentence to close to 8 years in prison for killing Billie Dee Andrea Pugh in a car crash April 28.READ MORE
The PPS Focus on Diversity Film and Lecture Series is bringing to PPS students, teachers, staff and community members the Black History 101 Mobile Museum.READ MORE
The Seattle Public Library is offering a series of Microsoft IT Academy open lab sessions beginning Thursday, Jan. 9 at the Central Library.READ MORE
With the start of a new year, ClarkCounty residents have a new online tool to help them find volunteer opportunities to serve their community.READ MORE
Five Things White People and Five Things People of Color Can Do to Stop Racism: 6:30 to 8:30 pm, Tuesday Jan. 7 at Jefferson High School, 5210 N. Kerby Ave between Killingsworth and Alberta in the cafeteria. Speakers: Educators Linea King and Paula Dennis. Free. This second Race Talks series is on the first Tuesdayof each month.
Race Talks Presents: “No More Pushouts! Stopping the School-to-Prison Pipeline!”
Program runs from 7pm - 9pm with doors open at 6pm on Tuesday, January 14, 2014 at The Kennedy School, 5736 NE 33rd Ave., Portland.
Website: Kennedy School events
Arrive early to meet, network and eat dinner with friends.
Sheila Warren, Founder/Director, Portland Parent Union
Ray Leary, Director, Young Men's Group at Roosevelt High School
Melissa Goff, Executive Director, Office of Teaching and Learning, Portland Public Schools