What is the economic impact the Portland Streetcar?

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Friday, July 31, 2015

Report contends the Portland Streetcar has created $4.5 billion in economic activity since 1998.

 

Deschutes Brewery names Veronica Vega new brewmaster

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Friday, July 31, 2015

Former tour guide will head research and development at popular Bend-based brewery.

 

Forbes bucks trend, says Portland is a good place for business

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Rose City lands the No. 3 spot for Best Places for Business and Careers.

 

Portland's plan for South Waterfront development takes shape

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Homer Williams will join forces with an affordable-housing specialist on $93 million housing project.

 

Portland suburb to be site of one of Whole Foods' first five new concept stores

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Friday, July 31, 2015

High-end grocer plans to open new, reasonably-priced option in Lake Oswego.

 

Columbia Sportswear logs record sales for Q2

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Apparel company sees yearly outlook improve as a result of the strong quarterly report.

 

Development boom continues in Bend

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Thursday, July 30, 2015

The number of planning and building permits increased over last fiscal year.

 
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