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Portland works on parking plan for Eastside

Portland's City Council is considering a new plan for parking on the Central Eastside when new streetcar service begins in September.

Higher enrollment sparks UO housing boom

Mulitple projects are in the works to expand student housing in Eugene following steady increases in enrollment.


Turnover spikes at the zoo

Morale at the "happisest place in Portland" has fallen  in the wake of stricter management, fiscal policies and operations.

May home sales rebound

The Portland housing market rose in May to the highest level since late 2007.

Cleantech Open names finalists

The Pacific Northwest Cleantech Open announced its 2012 class of 17 early-stage companies that will represent the region in the national startup competition.

Oregon gets $14M in PILT funds

Oregon will receive $14 million to compensate counties and governments for their non-taxable federal land.

Daimler Trucks CEO wary of economy

Daimler Trucks CEO Martin Daum said if the company hadn't invested in its Swan Island factory before the recession, the company wouldn't have stayed.