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TriMet, ATU 757 reach tentative labor pact | Print |  Email

TriMet and the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 757 set the terms for a new, four-year collective bargaining agreement.

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Portland ranks in top 10 of national tech cities | Print |  Email

Real estate firm JLL listed Rose City as the 8th best high-tech hub in the nation.

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Eugene adoption agency moving to bigger space | Print |  Email

Holt International Children's Services plans to move its headquarters to a larger office on Country Club Road.

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Phil Knight named 23rd-wealthiest person in U.S. | Print |  Email

According to the Forbes 400 List, the Nike co-founder and chairman has a net worth of $21.2 billion.

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Oregon community college receives job training grant | Print |  Email

Southwestern Oregon Community College in Coos Bay was awarded $2.3 million to train people for jobs in the healthcare and natural resources field.

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TriMet drops NE Portland layover site | Print |  Email

The regional transit agency abandoned its plans to build a facility on NE Lombard Street.

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Historic downtown Portland building to receive makeover | Print |  Email

The 130-year-old Baggage and Carriage building will undergo a $5 million renovation.

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Oregonian Media Group names new chairman | Print |  Email

N. Christian Anderson III, president of the media group, will become chairman of the company.

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Wehby disappears, Kitzhaber fails to disclose and Seattle gets bike share before Portland.

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Public employers see 2015 PERS contributions | Print |  Email

On average, public pension rates for 900 employers will remain flat.

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Oregon hazelnut farmers face high demand, record price | Print |  Email

A worldwide shortage of hazelnuts this year is sending big buyers to Oregon hazelnut orchards to fill the void.

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Laika's 'Boxtrolls' places third at box office | Print |  Email

The Hillsboro-based animation studio earned just over $17 million at the U.S. box office for its new movie, "The Boxtrolls," on its opening weekend.

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Portland Albertina Kerr undergoes $11M renovation | Print |  Email

The 107-year-old nonprofit has nearly completed construction on a new intensive treatment group home and an expansion of its emergency psychiatric care facility.

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