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Lane County doctors in demand | Print |  Email

Approximately 9,000 new Oregon Health Plan members lack access to a primary care provider due to a shortage of doctors in the county.

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Voters to decide on Milwaukie light-rail cuts | Print |  Email

Citizens will vote to accept an extra $36 tax to pay off TriMet's debt.

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Hollywood Bowl closing in May | Print |  Email

The much beloved Northeast Portland bowling alley opened in 1962.

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02.25.14 Thumbnail MedwasteBY JOE ROJAS-BURKE | OB BLOGGER

The medical research enterprise wastes tens of billions of dollars a year on irrelevant studies. It’s time to fix it.

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Longshore workers still paid when they don't work | Print |  Email

A contract provision requires the employers' group to establish a $20 million annual fund to pay idle union members.

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California company makes offer on Blue Heron mill site | Print |  Email

The Shopoff Group offered $2.8 million for the Oregon City property.

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Oregon tech company sells for $1.6B | Print |  Email

Hillsboro-based TriQuint Semiconductor combined with a North Carolina business to create a new company.

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Former Salpare Bay project back under construction | Print |  Email

The first phase of a 373-unit condominium project on Hayden Island began one month ago.

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Lane County tourism industry ahead | Print |  Email

A rise in hotel bookings increased the industry's agency board's expectations for 2014.

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Businesses tout need for CRC | Print |  Email

Oregon business leaders believe the existing bridge is "choking Oregon's export economy."

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Portland needs $75M for road, street safety improvements | Print |  Email

One proposal is to have taxpayers pay a monthly street maintenance fee of five dollars.

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Leatherman CEO announces retirement | Print |  Email

Portland executive Jake Nichol will retire August 6.

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Officials may re-evaluate Oregon minimum wage | Print |  Email

Labor Commissioner Brad Avakian wants to re-assess minimum wage to ensure workers remain above the federal poverty line.

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100NP14logo4WebOregon Business magazine has named the sixth annual 100 Best Nonprofits to Work for in Oregon.


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Constant Contact

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