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Vote comes after national search and hiring committee including 40 community leaders
The Multnomah County Board of Commissioners heard updates on the progress of the Construction Diversity and Equity Fund (CDEF).
Briefing on leading causes of death focuses on addiction, mental health, firearms and traffic
The long-awaited, Afrocentric transitional home provides culturally specific support services for women whose lives intersect with the justice system.
The Multnomah County Board accepted a “clean’’ external audit on the County’s financial practices on Thursday, Jan. 24.
The County’s Weatherization Program helps people with lower incomes by making their houses more energy efficient, comfortable, healthy and safe.
After unanimous votes this month by the Board of Commissioners and the Portland City Council, dozens of deeply affordable, family-size apartments will soon rise on a large North Portland lot.
Board of Commissioners unanimously OKs a purchase and sale agreement, starts 60 days of due diligence; Southwest Park Street site rises to the top for potential resource center with peer-led services
Outreach workers rely on community donations to do their work. A remarkably mild winter, so far, has left outreach workers with fewer donated blankets, even though the need for gear is just as strong.
Gov. Brown toured the shelter — the only one east of César E. Chávez Boulevard just for women — to highlight the record level of homelessness and housing investments in her proposed budget.