The Boil Water Notice issued on Friday, May 23 is lifted. Tap water is safe to drink for all customers of the Portland Water Bureau.
Multnomah County News
Former county Commissioner Deborah Kafoury got more than 50 percent of the vote in the May primary to fill the rest of the chair's term through 2014 and for the full four-year term starting Jan. 2015.
Same-sex couples began receiving marriage licenses in Multnomah County on Monday, May 19.
Saying that it was one of their favorite days all year, the Board of Commissioners saluted the winners of the 2014 Employee Recognition Awards on Wednesday, May 7.
They number just 25. But the team of environmental health specialists at Multnomah County daily keep food, water and air safe for all residents and visitors.
Native American families in Multnomah County are working on strategies to improve health and the future of their children.
Multnomah County Chair Marissa Madrigal unveiled her proposed budget for the upcoming fiscal year on Thursday, April 24.
Local health officials have learned of a case of measles in an unimmunized infant who recently visited overseas.
Stanley Friendship, regional commissioner for the Social Security Administration, said former Safety Net clients will get their April checks on time.
College students interested in providing services in Multnomah County learned about internship and mentorship opportunities available during an orientation and meet-and-greet with county staff.
People needing health insurance can get help with their application on Friday, Feb. 14 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. downtown. Assisters will be on the 10th floor of the McCoy Building, 426 S. W. Stark, to answer questions, provide...
National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day was enthusiastically endorsed Thursday by Multnomah County’s Board of Commissioners as a chance to have frank conversations...