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Portland City Council will vote Wednesday on submitting a measure to the Nov. 4 general election ballot that will restrict funds raised by the new Transportation User Fee.

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Squarespace leases temp office from PDC | Print |  Email

The web designer will work in the Portland Development Commission's offices until it moves into a larger space in six months.

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Oregon universities graduated record number of students | Print |  Email

During this year's commencement season, 28,131 students received degrees, up 256 diplomas from last year.

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Intel wants to extend Oregon property tax breaks | Print |  Email

The chipmaker is talking to local governments about a new package of property tax exemptions that could be worth more than $1 billion over several years.

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Cover Oregon hires new leader | Print |  Email

Aaron Patnode, a manager at Kaiser Permanente Northwest, is the new executive director of the state's online health insurance exchange.

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Metro, Hyatt agree on Portland convention center hotel | Print |  Email

A large hotel next door to the Oregon Convention Center could open in 2017.

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TriMet ridership increases | Print |  Email

Ridership increased on both buses and trains in the spring of 2014.

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Cabela's to open in Tualatin | Print |  Email

The outdoor sporting goods store will be part of a new, multi-million dollar development expected to create approximately 1,700 jobs.

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EPA Standards: A breath of fresh air for the region | Print |  Email
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Last week, the Obama administration took an important and welcomed step in the effort to protect the health and well-being of all Oregonians by limiting carbon pollution from existing power plants.

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Jury sides with Nike in whistleblower trial | Print |  Email

A Multnomah County jury ruled in favor of the company in a $27 million lawsuit.

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Natural gas filling station opens in Eugene | Print |  Email

Oregon's first public compressed natural gas fueling station opened in West Eugene.

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Google Fiber wins Portland commission approval | Print |  Email

Google will decide whether to bring hyperfast Internet service to Portland and five other suburbs (Gresham, Tigard, Lake Oswego, Beaverton and Hillsboro).

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Portland City Council approves Foster Road plan | Print |  Email

The City Council unanimously approved a $5.25 million plan that would improve safety along Foster Road between SE Powell Boulevard and 90th Avenue.

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How Oregon will survive the loss of Hanjin

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BY JOE CORTRIGHT | OB CONTRIBUTOR

"Shipping containers to Portland is like waiting for a bus that travels once a day."


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10 quotes explaining crisis at Port of Portland

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The ongoing labor disputes at the Port of Portland came to a head two weeks ago when Hanjin, the container port's largest client, notified its customers it would be ending its direct route to Oregon.


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