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Tigard nonprofit aims to expand services to houseless community

Just Compassion expects to break ground on a new transitional housing unit in Tigard in the spring. TIGARD, Ore. — It's normal to talk...

PDX expects 300,000 more travelers than last year

Airport officials expect 300,000 more travelers this year than this time last year. The best advice is to get to the airport early. PORTLAND,...

Nonprofit says need for temporary housing is growing in Washington County

This time last year, Family Promise of Tualatin Valley had about 130 housing requests. This year, they've had over 500 requests. TIGARD, Ore. —...

ODOT warns staffing shortage could lead to slick roads this winter season

ODOT said drivers should expect more snow on the roads, less road treatment and even road closures as the agency tries to fill dozens of...

New cold weather shelter set to open in Hillsboro

The 50-bed shelter officially opens on Monday, Nov. 15 and will stay open until March. HILLSBORO, Oregon — A new cold weather shelter for...

'Savor the Couve' event helps struggling Vancouver restaurants, non-profits

Each week, five different restaurants will collaborate on creating five-course meals. Every order will support the restaurants and local non-profits. VANCOUVER, Wash. — An...

Leisure and hospitality expected to be the fastest growing industry in Oregon

Despite the ongoing worker shortage, the leisure and hospitality industry is expected to grow by more than 70,000 jobs in the next decade. PORTLAND,...

Companies get creative to find seasonal workers amid labor shortage

With this tight labor market, companies are trying harder to recruit employees, especially for the holiday season. PORTLAND, Ore. — With this tight labor...

Oregon restaurant owners call on federal government to replenish Restaurant Revitalization Fund

Oregon Restaurant and Lodging Association CEO Jason Brandt said more than 2,500 Oregon restaurants that applied for federal funding did not receive any money. ...

New pilot program in Clackamas County allows buses to use the shoulder of the road

It's called the Bus on Shoulder project, and the transportation director said it will trim commute times for people who use SMART system buses. ...

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