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Restaurants get busy with Mother's Day business

The Mother's Day tradition of taking mom out to eat is a little harder to accomplish these days. Even with limited capacity, restaurants are making...

Vaccine supply outpacing demand in Washington and Oregon

Health workers continue to vaccinate thousands in Oregon and Washington but officials are concerned about weakening demand. PORTLAND, Ore. — In Oregon and Washington,...

Counties in SW Washington being put under stricter restrictions while others remain more open

Washington state officials will announce on Tuesday which counties will revert to the more restrictive Phase 2, and if those few already there will remain....

Vandals involved in nighttime riots test Portlanders' patience

Police arrested six people Saturday, most during a "direct action" demonstration Saturday night that damaged city hall and businesses downtown PORTLAND, Oregon — It’s...

Everyone 16 and older in Washington now eligible for COVID-19 vaccine

Clark County Public Health director Dr. Alan Melnick said young people make up the largest group in which case numbers are rising. VANCOUVER, Wash....

Yard and garden centers having easier time with 2nd springtime in pandemic

Last spring most garden centers were only doing phone-in orders and curbside pickup. This year, eager gardeners are donning their masks and shopping in person....

Nonprofit aiding those with chronic illness damaged during Portland protest

PORTLAND, Ore. — A nonprofit that helps people suffering from Lupus was the target of vandals. However, they may have been targeting the next-door...

Restaurants in 6 Oregon counties, including Multnomah, brace for cutback to indoor dining capacity

Multnomah County is one of six Oregon counties moving back to the state's "high risk" level on Friday, April 9, because of rising COVID cases....

New socially distanced venue to host Waterfront Blues Festival, other events in Portland this summer

A Portland events company is poised to turn a former shipyard into a 7-acre outdoor event venue for the summer, with COVID-19 protocols in place....

Temporary outdoor dining in Vancouver gets a major extension

The ability to offer outdoor dining has saved some local restaurants during COVID restrictions. Now it will continue for at least three more years. ...

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