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'Better Naito Forever' now open, adding pedestrian space and bike lanes

It's part of the 'Better Naito' project which is seven years in the works. The newest completed part is called 'Better Naito Forever.' PORTLAND,...

Old Town stakeholders give disgruntled progress report on area cleanup plan

Old Town leaders are not happy with the progress on the 90-day reset plan put into place last month. PORTLAND, Ore. — Old Town...

Ukrainian university designed by University of Oregon professor now housing refugees

Ukrainian Catholic University, which was designed by a University of Oregon professor and several students, is now being used to house refugees because of the...

PBOT creates new 'Event Parking District' to cut down on congestion in the Lloyd District and Rose Quarter during large events

PBOT said there's more than 90 large events in the area throughout the year, and they hope to cut down on congestion and pollution. ...

Portland neighborhood comes together to sell plants to help Ukrainian family

Denys Stupakov, 17, moved to Portland from Ukraine four years ago. His neighbors have started a plant fundraiser to help his living family overseas. ...

Teens may unwittingly buy pills laced with fentanyl, Clackamas County health officials warn

Clackamas County health officials say there's been an increase in overdoses involving the deadly synthetic opioid. CLACKAMAS COUNTY, Ore. — Health officials in Clackamas...

Portland businesses prepare for the end of the mask mandate

Some businesses said they're happy about the end of the indoor mask mandate, while others are still deciding how they will handle it. PORTLAND,...

Oregon lawmakers approve renaming OR-35 to honor Japanese-American WWII veterans

Under the new legislation, the 41-mile highway between Hood River and Government Camp will be called Oregon Nisei Veterans World War II Memorial Highway. ...

Allen Temple CME Church reopens after a fire damaged it in 2015

An African American church in NE Portland has reopened, seven years after two electrical fires heavily damaged it. PORTLAND, Ore. — Allen Temple CME...

Black Restaurant Week helps businesses with exposure, workshops and networking opportunities

The goal is to showcase foods and businesses from Black business owners across the Portland area to customers that might not be familiar. HILLSBORO,...

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