Price of gas in Oregon stays under $3 a gallon | Print |  Email

Fuel prices in the Midwest have increased substantially, but in Oregon, the cost has decreased.

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An unexpected benefit of a warm, dry year | Print |  Email

The Oregon Wine Board reports the 2014 vintage will deliver "exceptional quality grapes at higher than normal yields."

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Is Facebook expanding in Prineville? | Print |  Email

The social media giant is negotiating a tax break to build a third data center in Central Oregon.

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Portland officials announce plan for disputed Trader Joe's site | Print |  Email

Plan for city-owned lot includes affordable housing and Natural Grocers store.

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Startup for restaurateurs secures $750K | Print |  Email

PoachedJobs.com plans to grow nationally with newest investment round.

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Portland to host championship match | Print |  Email

The National Women's Soccer League will play its final game at Providence Park in October.

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Haggen closing five Oregon stores as part of West Coast downsize | Print |  Email

New options to close after months of operation; 331 positions will be cut.

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BLM officials unsure regarding number of abandoned mines in Oregon | Print |  Email

Disaster in Colorado puts spotlight on potential toxic leaks across the West.

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Precision shareholder sues to block sale | Print |  Email

Suit filed in Multnomah County delays Warren Buffett's latest acquisition.

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New Relic continues downtown Portland expansion | Print |  Email

Employment at the company's "intergalactic engineering headquarters" exceeds 200.

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Early polling suggests Wheeler will challenge Hales | Print |  Email

State treasurer in even race for Portland mayor, still weighing run for governor.

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State officials to investigate Portland highway capacity | Print |  Email

Most highways in the Portland metro area are handling more traffic than planners intended.

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Planar sold for $157M | Print |  Email

Beaverton company joins Dave's Killer Bread, Precision Castparts, Little Big Burger, StanCorp on list of recently-acquired Oregon companies.

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