As 2021 budget talks begin, syringe exchange reports an increase in clients at a Gresham site set to close
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The Board of County Commissioners selected Akasha Lawrence-Spence as the District 36 State Representative at a Jan. 16 public hearing.
Visiting doctor joins academics, county researcher in call to advance health through stories, systems
Coalition called HereTogether Oregon presents polling data to Board of Commissioners, announces plan for regional ballot measure in November 2020
Greg Benavides will serve as a hub of information for newly registered and longtime voters as well as those who may not have cast a ballot in a while.
Normal business hours will resume Countywide on Tuesday, Jan. 21.
Primary Services Director Tasha Wheatt-Delancy, stepping in as interim director, brings experience in primary care, mental health, commitment to equity
The event — which was held on National Human Trafficking Awareness Day, Jan. 11 — was designed to raise awareness around the complex and pervasive problem of human trafficking.
Multnomah County, State of Oregon formally request continued resettlement of refugees
On Thursday January 9, the Multnomah County Board of Commissioners declared January 2020 as Human Trafficking Awareness Month.
Lawmakers meet with Multnomah County leaders at annual legislative breakfast
Lewis fought for tighter air quality rules, improved access to opioid reversal drug, strengthened regional partnerships