The Coburg City Council voted to approve a 15-year property tax break for French applesauce producer Materne that is hoping to build a new factory at the former Monaco site.
Consumer Cellular is growing employment at its Redmond call center, essentially offsetting all the jobs lost when T-Mobile left the facility last year.
Roseburg-based First Call Resolution is looking for a site for a call center that could employ several hundred people.
The new $2.75 billion plan for the Columbia River Crossing increases risks for state tax payers, and would require a special session of the Legislature.
Portland transportation officials are considering using city money to finance $4.6 million of the startup costs for a bike-share program.
Oregon officials are asking for more federal grant funding to fill a projected $16.2 million shortfall for health insurance exchange Cover Oregon due to an accounting error.
Portland plans to sell the Water House that was pushed by former Commissioner Randy Leonard.