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The board proclaimed March as Colorectal Health Awareness Month in Multnomah County on Thursday.
The Oregon Health Authority is advising all UO undergraduates who will be returning to classes at the Eugene campus next week to get vaccinated for type B meningooccus.
The board proclaimed March 23-27 National Farmworker Awareness Week, in honor of the more than 100,000 farm and migrant laborers who help Oregon harvest more than $3 billion worth of produce yearly.
They’re activists determined, in their allotted 3 minutes during public comments, to shine the light on the lack of affordable housing, police practices and even their own physical ailments.
A memorial service for Gretchen Kafoury will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 4 at the First Congregational United Church of Christ, 1126 S.W. Park Ave. in Portland.
The Couch Street property will serve as temporary place for women in recovery and their children to live as they learn how to become more self-sufficient.
She was a working mom. A wife. A friend. Then, one night, her husband of nine years attacked her without warning.
Chair Kafoury and four other prominent women leaders in local government took part in dynamic Q & A session celebrating Women’s History Month on Wednesday.
The Multnomah County Commissioners today unanimously voted to restrict e-cigarettes and vaping to protect children and public health.
County auditor's report finds that social services provided directly through departments or during in-home visits are best able to keep pace with the changing demographics.
The board will vote at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, March 5 to restrict youth use of e-cigs, vape pens. Read these FAQs to learn more.