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'Powered by the wind'

TriMet unveils the first move toward transitioning the agency's entire fleet of diesel buses to electric by 2040

Elevated rail off the table for Tigard stretch of SW MAX

TriMet will make a recommendation to the Southwest Corridor Light Rail Steering Committee in May.

Mixed-use building planned for downtown Sherwood

Three-story building to feature brick and detailing consistent with historic nature of area

Gladstone Civic Center construction breaks ground

April 9 ceremony previews location for new home for police station and City Hall in 2020

Design's disruptors and healers

A panel of experienced Portland corporate designers explain their jobs, from wirlding the stylus to making nice with co-workers.

When we help transportation, we help everyone

Director of ODOT deals with all the strengths and weaknesses in our transportation system, addressing the needs of commuters, transit riders,…

Feminine Beginning

Women-friendly Portfolia taps Angela Jackon to lead the FirstStep angel fund to invest in startups.

Unitus Credit Union opens its doors in Gresham shopping…

Employees at new branch greet clients and area dignitaries during grand opening celebration.

Portland homeless service provider expands in Gresham

The new office will serve low-income and unhoused people and will open in the spring of 2020

The resistance will be televised

Data driven machines are the norm at the Exercise Coach, the gym where you graph your effort in real time.

Full-block residential development proposed for Woodstock…

It looks like The Joinery is moving elsewhere, so a developer is looking at the Woodstock block

A wondrous community resource for all

Tualatin Soil and Water Conservation District works to ensure we all have healthy, livable communities

Creatives band together to combat copyright infringement

Oregon chapter of national photographer's group joins effort to convince Congress to pass the CASE Act

REAL ESTATE FOCUS: Commercial market is passing its peak

Supply of unique amenities, strong employment fuel Portland's office market success

ODOT spending $110 million on Powell Boulevard project

Oregon Department of Transportation to improve four-mile stretch linking east Portland, Gresham.

A village builds a Village

Local building companies build sleeping pods for new location of Kenton€„¢s Women Village

Entrepreneur role fuels real estate broker's inventive fire

Ross Seligman's quest to find a better client management system leads to online success

Hoyle's BOLI budget plan spotlights core services, changes

New state labor commissioner hopes to make office accessible to everyone who needs help.

Report: More layoffs land at Intel in Hillsboro

The layoffs are the largest since 2016, when Intel laid off more than 12,000 people.

Portland's first Market of Choice slated to shut down in…

Southwest Portland location is one of the Eugene-based chain's smaller stoeres

Council vote paves way for new hotel in downtown LO

Council voted 5-1 to approve the new direction of the North Anchor project, which will bring a 121-room boutique hotel to B Avenue

More changes on horizon for development charges

City Council may include tweaks to system development charges policies that help small businesses

It's time to invest in Oregon's education system

Businesses are ready to pay for a better-educated workforce with their taxes.

Gideon babble

Transit agency and small business owner quarrel over street access, but bridge goes ahead.

Flir to add Virginia headquarters

'It makes sense when you see that their customers are primarily government and defense.'

All aboard: Greenlick hopes to extend commuter rail line

Northwest Portland Democrat sees his bill as a way to use TriMet's WES trains to ease highway commutes to Salem

Unitus Community Credit union brings one-on-one approach to…

Branch of Portland-based financial services group opens with fanfare at Gresham Town Fair mall

Trade wars on the home front

Protectionism has resulted in sector-specific impacts in the Pacific Northwest

Transportation leaders to speak at April 9 forum

'Transportation as Libertation' panel discussion is hosted by Business for a Better Portland as part of Design Week in Portland.

Central Oregon site eyed for 320-acre solar farm

Another application is scheduled for a hearing as another plant awaits start of construction this year

Domaine Serene coming to The Windward

America's most acclaimed winery to open second wine lounge in Lake Oswego fall 2019

Sewing up the future

Portland Fashion Institute's recent expansion holds good news for local apparel design

End of an era: Woodburn's video rental store is…

After years of providing home entertainment to residents, Wallace Video will close shop on May 31

What's delaying Gresham's grand 'catalyst' in…

The Catalyst Site will include a central plaza, market hall, play structures near to Portland border

Portland's $5.5M project preps Gateway for street…

Bureau of Transportation says Halsey-Weidler Streetscape Project readies area for bikers, walkers.

Flir to add Virginia headquarters

'It makes sense when you see that their customers are primarily government and defense.'

MARCH FOCUS: LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE:Capturing the…

Social equity and community engagement are key to successful landscape architecture

Construction industry celebrates crime prevention…

The 23rd annual Construction Industry Crime Prevention Program Awards honored law enforcement, industry partners

New campaign to lure tourists to Wilsonville

City launches new campaign, website to attract visitors to region to encourage them to explore from the City

Keeping heart of Rose City healthy for all

Downtown Portland€„¢s Clean & Safe district encompasses started 30 years ago.

Back from the brink

A year ago, Geoff Thompson was living in his car. Now thanks to Worksystems Inc he has two jobs and a one-bedroom apartment at Union Yards next to…

Hilton breaks ground in Wilsonville

Garden Hilton next to I-5 slated for completion in late 2020, expected to bring higher class of lodging

Density in small packages

Accessory Dwelling Units not only complete our housing and planning puzzles, but look good doing it

City Hall staffer Berk Nelson now working for…

Nelson was a senior policy advisor on homelessness and police for Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler.

Cheers! Portland area company rolls out sake in a…

Inspired by the canned wine trend, SakeOne hopes single-serving offerings will be a hit.

Grown local, and now staying local

Berry farms from Hubbard, Canby partner with east coast distributor to provide local stores with fresh produce year round

Governor's Marketplace offers small-business…

The two-day event, to be held March 20-21 in Salem, will offer educational sessions, networking

healthy, happy workspaces

Companies looking to interior design options that foster healthy employees, higher productivity

Urgent care clinic planned in Oregon City

The location will be the fifth American Family Care franchise clinic in the Portland metro area

Jim Hatheway finds niche as new Chamber president

Longtime Gresham resident brings genial focus to business-based role in East Multnomah County

CLT for the masses

International Mass Timber conference comes to Stumptown, with a message from Europe.

A WOMAN WHO MAKES THINGS HAPPEN

Betty Atteberry, first executive director of the Westside Economic Alliance, has secured her place in the Westside's economic history.

CEO lights the way for new generation of tech…

CEO of nLIGHT laser company explains his vision and how art critiscism steers his ego

REAL ESTATE RISING

Industry experts say although economic recovery has peaked, market is still strong in Washington County.

Portland's $5.5M project preps Gateway for street…

Bureau of Transportation says Halsey-Weidler Streetscape Project readies area for bikers, walkers.

Waterfront transportation concept plan approved

West Linn City Council also received update from PGE on its plans for waterfront property

Hugo 2.0 and the measles

Should we share our data up front or wait until it's a matter of life and death? Soon we will have to decide.

State adds 11,000 jobs in January

Unemployment rate holds at 4.3 percent, as major industries add hundreds of new jobs.

BBPDX: Investment in education is best bet for…

Cutting corners on graduation requirements and college admission standards results in losses for everyone.

Teriyaki Madness coming to Oregon

The Denver-based chain promises to bring 32 Seattle-style teriyaki shops to Oregon.

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