The Couch Street property will serve as temporary place for women in recovery and their children to live as they learn how to become more self-sufficient.
Multnomah County News
She was a working mom. A wife. A friend. Then, one night, her husband of nine years attacked her without warning.
Chair Kafoury and four other prominent women leaders in local government took part in dynamic Q & A session celebrating Women’s History Month on Wednesday.
The Multnomah County Commissioners today unanimously voted to restrict e-cigarettes and vaping to protect children and public health.
County auditor's report finds that social services provided directly through departments or during in-home visits are best able to keep pace with the changing demographics.
The board will vote at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, March 5 to restrict youth use of e-cigs, vape pens. Read these FAQs to learn more.
Animal Services released record-breaking save rate numbers, marking a milestone in the shelter’s commitment to finding homes for dogs and cats in the metro area.
This month, the chair begins a series of community conversations about the county’s $1.6 billion budget.
North Portland librarian Patricia Welch was honored with the Flemming Award for her commitment to social justice during Wednesday's Black History Month celebration.
The proclamation marks the 50th anniversary of the passage of the Voting Rights Act, which prohibited racial discrimination in voting.
The board took the first step toward prohibiting the sale, use and possession of e-cigarettes by minors, and barring vaping in the workplace.
Multnomah County buildings and facilities will be closed on Monday, Feb. 16 in observance of Presidents Day.