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Warehouse too costly for Portland homeless camp

Mayor Charlie Hales' plan to relocate Right 2 Dream Too to a Northwest warehouse has been scrapped due to cost.

Gramor Development secures loan to fund Kruse Village

The Tualatin-based real estate development company received a $23.6 million construction loan to finance a retail village in Lake Oswego.

Intel committed to pursuing construction permit

Intel is applying for a retroactive construction permit for its D1X expansion in Hillsboro.

Construction brings more jobs to Portland

The city's recent construction boom helped create approximately 4,400 jobs in 2013.

Tax increase has no effect on smokers' habits

Smokers throughout the Mid-Willamette Valley barely noticed the increased tobacco tax, which went into effect January 1.

Oregon congressman battles for GMO labeling

Rep. Peter DeFazio is pushing legislation to require mandatory nationwide labeling of food containing genetically modified organisms but the Grocery Manufacturers Association is fighting back.

Labor union attempts to block downtown construction

Local 49 of the Service Employees International Union seeks to block construction of the Park Avenue West Tower for the second time.