Multnomah County invites the public to review and comment on its annual report regarding its stormwater management plan by October 27.
Multnomah County News
One of the largest crowds since the Judge Herrell Award Ceremony began eight years ago showed up to honor community members making strides towards ending family violence.
Multnomah County Elections reminds voters that Tuesday, Oct. 14 is the voter registration deadline for the Nov. 4 Oregon general election.
Community outpouring following the passing of Portland blues great Linda Hornbuckle didn't end at family and music lovers. Linda's former colleagues at the Health Department mourned an added loss.
Voters with physical limitations can face a number of hurdles when it comes to casting their ballots each election.
Multnomah County helps citizens get coverage through presentations and enrollment events
Levels of toxin in Willamette River drop, health advisory is lifted.
“Adriana Larraga!” Marcos Reyes calls out. “That’s me,” Larraga says and walks up to the foldout table, where Reyes, a community health specialist, has laid out packets and forms for new patients.
The Board of County Commissioners announced the grant after recent reports and news stories on grave and growing differences in the community.
The Board of County Commissioners met Thursday to proclaim Sept. 15 - Oct. 15 as Hispanic Heritage Month, with this year’s emphasis on healthy families.
Four days after retiring, officer Rath got a tattoo as a symbol of his accomplishment. The following week he headed back to the office.
Multnomah County’s West African immigrant community estimates they have lost more than 50 relatives to an outbreak of Ebola that has sickened more than 5,000 people and killed nearly half that many.