“This budget provides the roadmap and the means to accomplish our vision,” said Multnomah County Chair Deborah Kafoury on Thursday.
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On May 6 county elected officials, department heads and staff gathered to celebrate the excellent work of a select group of county employees.
Any Multnomah County voter who has not received a ballot for the May 19 special election by Thursday, May 7 should call the county elections office at 503-988-3720.
After restricting youth access to e-cigarettes and banning vaping in workplaces, the board heard today how imposing a tax on e-cigarettes could help curb the explosion of vaping among teens.
On April 30, the Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a proclamation that calls for recognizing May 6 - 12 as National Nurses Week in Multnomah County.
Seniors and advocates of older Americans came out Thursday to support the Board of Commissioners' move to proclaim May as Older Americans Act Month in Multnomah County.
The free public screenings uncover how social circumstances like racism, having little money and living in poor neighborhoods can make people sick and shorten their lives.
New marriage laws mean same-sex couples have new access to federal benefits.
SaulPaul visited the Multnomah County Juvenile Detention Center to perform and inspire with his experiences in and outside of prison.
Like many other Pacific Islanders living in Multnomah County, Roger Walter's oldest daughter and beloved "auntie" lack health care because of a federal loophole.
Multnomah County is backing legislation to make sure Pacific Islanders who are currently excluded can qualify for health insurance.
Multnomah County Elections: Ballots are in the mail for the May 19 election