While much of the West Coast got back to work, squabbling between labor and management continued at Terminal 6 in Portland.
VIP Hospitality Group leaders will meet with Eugene officials about a proposal to demolish a substance treatment facility and build a hotel near Autzen Stadium.
Study: Oregon community college complete a 4-year degree 10 points below the national average.
Documents filed with the city provide the blueprint for three parcels — two office spaces and one apartment building.
After months of strife, longshoreman and port terminal operators have agreed on a contract.
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ROUNDUP: Ocean acidification could disproportionately affect region; oil, ethanol trains expected to derail 10 times a year; Ashland prepares for fiery summer.
The group's leaders said their goal is to raise $15,000 using the crowdfunding site Indiegogo.
The fund has granted a total of $1.6 million for projects throughout the state.
Visitors still frequenting the region — but not necessarily for winter activities.
Marketing startup has raised $21 million in its series D funding round, which started in October.
BREWERY ROUNDUP: Clean Water Services uses "reclaimed water" to make beer; Eugene-based Ninkasi expands; Breakside, Hopworks head to Iceland.
An improved revenue stream for the state could allow a refund that comes in the form of a tax credit.