With traffic fatalities surging, the Portland Police Bureau is reinstating its Traffic Division – but, they say, for limited hours each day. Read moreSoaring fatalities bring back ‘Traffic Division’
If the success of their opening day for the season on May 13 is any indication, changing the day, time, and location of the Sellwood-Moreland Farmers Market (SMFM) last year continues to be a winning strategy.
A shooting outside Cleveland High School left a 16-year-old student injured on Monday, December 12, and sparked renewed talks of School Resource Officers on Portland campuses.
TriMet is still mulling the new bus route ideas we have shared with you in recent months. But by the time you receive this newspaper they will have decided what they will do to nudge fares a bit to help cover their increasing costs.
Once again, on the Wednesday evening of April 26, the “S.E. Powell Blvd. Safety Workgroup” met in the Cleveland High School Library in an effort to push their street safety agenda forward.
After having been suspended during the COVID-19 pandemic – along with the disbanding of the “Crime Prevention Office” by the City of Portland’s “Office of Community & Civic Life” – Portland’s participation in the United States Drug Enforc…
When the owners of a 1912 home at 3804 S.E. 62nd Avenue, in the Foster-Powell neighborhood installed a 5.55 KW photovoltaic (PV) solar cell array on their roof in 2022, the residents probably looked forward to saving some money on their elect…