TriMet says new rail line created jobs

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TriMet says the Portland-to-Milwaukie light-rail project has created 1,525 jobs so far.

 

Gluten-free demand increases

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The demand for gluten-free products at restaurants and grocery stores has increased quickly in the last few years.

 

Manufacturing sees biggest drop since recession began

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U.S. manufacturing shrank in June for the first time in three years.

 

Brammo Motorsports' future in Oregon remains a question

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Brammo Motorsports owner Craig Bramscher said he has little desire to move the company from Ashland, but seven states are actively pursuing the electric motorcycle maker.

 

Salem-Keizer schools could lose funds

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The Salem-Keizer School District could lose its share of a $4 million grant to prevent teen pregnancy.

 

Honda Fit to come with free insurance

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Honda plans to lease the new Fit EV with free collision insurance included, and with a $0 deductible.

 

Construction sees biggest increase in five months

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U.S. construction spending increased the most in five months, another indication of a slow housing sector recovery.

 
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