Northwest Portland running store sold | Print |  Email

Fit Right was acquired by Alan Rice and Susan Zepernick, who are affiliated with North Carolina-based Fleet Feet Sports.

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Puppet Labs settles into downtown Portland | Print |  Email

The fast-growing tech company is now looking to hire 43 new employees.

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Eugene real estate firms merging | Print |  Email

John L Scott Real Estate Eugene and Prudential Real Estate Professionals will combine and become the fourth-largest real estate brokerage in Lane County.

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Few short-term rental hosts apply for Portland permits | Print |  Email

Only 50 people applied for permits after the requirement took effect on August 30.

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Prices for existing Portland homes up 5.5% | Print |  Email

The median price for existing homes in the Portland-Vancouver-Beaverton region was $291,300, up from $265,500 a year ago.

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Pot possession remains illegal until July 1 | Print |  Email

The measure will technically take effect next month, but the sections allowing legal marijuana possession do not go into effect until next summer.

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10 Barrel Brewing purchased by world's largest beer company | Print |  Email

The Bend-based brewery was acquired by Anheuser-Busch InBev, the makers of Budweiser.

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Gov. Kitzhaber defeats Dennis Richardson | Print |  Email

Democratic Gov. John Kitzhaber won a historic fourth term; Oregonians have not chosen a Republican for governor since 1982.

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GMO-labeling initiative voted down | Print |  Email

Measure 92 trailed by 1.2%, with fewer than 51% of voters in opposition.

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Merger bolsters Northwest Community Credit Union | Print |  Email

Portland-based Fred Meyer Employees Federal Credit Union merged with the Eugene credit union.

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Work on Lloyd District development to begin in 2016 | Print |  Email

The plan calls for a 1,030-apartment mixed-use development comprised of four towers ranging in height from 10 to 32 stories.

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Canby looks to sell civic campus | Print |  Email

The city economic development department is looking for redevelopment, lease or purchase proposals.

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Food companies make last-minute donations to campaigns | Print |  Email

The opposition campaign to Measure 92 has raised over $20 million in fundraising; supporters have raised just over $8 million.

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