Burnside Bridge will be closed on Saturday from 7 am to 2 pm for Rose Parade. Drawbridge openings this week for Rose Fleet arrival and departure.
Lane closures are scheduled on NW Cornelius Pass Road June 2 - 4 between NW Skyline and NW Sheltered Nook during survey work.
Ben Duncan starts his tenure as the county’s chief diversity and equity officer with a very clear and ambitious idea of what he hopes to achieve.
Multnomah County named two long-time Portland nonprofits, an innovative Native American collaborative and a Health Department social worker as the 2014 Public Health Heroes.
The Board of Commissioners heard an update Thursday on the progress achieved so far on the central courthouse replacement project.
On March 22, Harlan was killed in a motorcycle accident. In nearly 22 years working in DCJ, Harlan developed a passion for working with mentally ill offenders. He listened when others wouldn't.
Tami Mahrt was two years past the recommended age for colorectal cancer screening. Though she considered herself healthy, she went in for her screening and awoke from the procedure with shocking news
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported late Friday that Central Catholic High student Jacob Parkhurst died of meningococcal disease.
The deadline for people to sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act and Cover Oregon has been extended to April 30.
Nominations are now being accepted for Multnomah County’s annual Gladys McCoy Award to recognize a community member with outstanding lifetime volunteer service dedicated to improving the community.
Public health officials in Multnomah and Clackamas counties are investigating the sudden illness that claimed a 17-year-old high school student in the Portland area on March 4, 2014.
For more than a decade the county has made reductions to the general fund it uses to pay for services. While some reductions will continue, limited funding is available to expand some services.