Real estate prices are on the rise and building costs are right there with them.
Real estate investors across the country are taking advantage of historically low interest rates by refinancing their existing assets.
Portland Police Association executive director Daryl Turner announced Monday morning that the police union and the city will enter private mediation over its contract.
When freshly vaccinated Portland State University students return to the Park Blocks this fall, they will be greeted by campus police who no longer carry guns.
Listening recommendations from the past, present, Portland and the periphery.
Following a long winter of hibernation, staying indoors, and avoiding the gym and other indoor workout classes because of COVID, many of us feel eager to get outside and get moving.
In-migration from The State That Dare Not Speak Its Name has finally resulted in Oregon gaining a congressional seat while our southern neighbor loses one.
Mayor Ted Wheeler says repeated confrontations by protesters when he’s dining in Portland restaurants are something he’s come to expect—but not something he will accept.
Six weeks ago, COVID-19 was resurgent in Oregon.
Growing up on Army bases in the South, Bobby Heaukulani’s favorite TV show was Hill Street Blues.