Hillsboro's new Kaiser hospital opens

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A new Kaiser hospital in Hillsboro opens today after more than a decade of planning.

 

Portland greenhouse startup wants to provide year-round produce

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Tuesday, August 06, 2013

Portland startup Fresh Air Farms says its sustainable greenhouses will allow locally grown fruit and vegetables to be distributed year-round.

 

Oak Grove Walmart opening soon

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Oak Grove's new Walmart is opening next week.

 

Kitzhaber appoints Employment Department head

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Gov. John Kitzhaber named Vancouver economic development leader Lisa Nisenfeld as his pick to lead Oregon's Employment Department.

 

Portland 'entertainment district' still controversial

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Tuesday, August 06, 2013

Eight months after Old Town Portland streets being closed to cars on Friday and Saturday nights, bar owners and residents are still opposed to the closures.

 

Portland backs off bribe-tainted parking meters

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Tuesday, August 06, 2013

Portland won't use a bribe-tainted contract to buy $1.3 million worth of parking meters.

 

Oregon could get EV combo charger

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Tuesday, August 06, 2013

Oregon electric vehicle advocates are negotiating to get the first Society of Automotive Engineers-backed J1772 combo charger at Electric Avenue at Portland State University.

 
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