At Thursday’s board meeting, the board recognized the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act.
Over a dozen students, all justice-involved adults, celebrated their achievements from the center this week. For many, their success in the program will lead to job and college opportunities.
Last week, the City of Wood Village gathered for their Annual Night Out to celebrate community bonds and reducing youth violence.
From support groups, to Zumba, to housing help - Multnomah County’s Bienestar de la Familia program works to promote the well-being of families in our community.
Multnomah County Animal Services is offering a 1/2 price adoption special from July 10 through July 12.
The program will provide shelter for men who suffer mental health issues and are justice-involved. The shelter comes after nearly a year of local government and outreach collaboration.
The board proclaimed July 2 as “Bring Your Dad to the Doctor Day,” encouraging people to take their male family members to the doctor.
The SummerWorks program aims to provide job opportunities for low-income or at-risk youth. This year, up to 750 youth will be placed.
Members of the Lents neighborhood partner with the county’s STRYVE program to paint the intersection of S.E. 86th and Glenwood Ave. in an act of peacemaking and community building.
During a summer where Portland’s average temperature is projected to skyrocket, Multnomah County Vector Control reminds citizens to do their part.
Multnomah County hosted a celebration in honor of the more than 100,000 farm and migrant laborers who help Oregon harvest more than $3 billion worth of produce each year.
Mitchell S. Jackson led a poignant discussion at Multnomah County’s Juvenile Services Division Tuesday as part of the Library's “Everybody Reads” program.