Boxes, books and hard drives document the best and worst of this county: signatures of Oregon’s first African American voters, sentences of murderers, and licenses of marriages that lasted a lifetime.
Multnomah County News
Two-day conference to raise awareness on trauma in the black community
County commissioners, state legislators, judges and hundreds of guests gathered Tuesday morning as Multnomah County broke ground on a new central courthouse.
Advocates, parents and university students spoke about what it’s like to be Black and Latino in Multnomah County.
Update on phone scam affecting Multnomah County Department of Community Justice Clients. An investigation finds no evidence that a Multnomah County system was compromised.
Multnomah County is conducting a recruitment drive to fill up to ten positions on the Citizen Involvement Committee (CIC).
Some people on probation or parole are receiving calls from perpetrator(s) demanding: payment for fees, fines or restitution, asking for personal credit card information and threatening arrest.
Commissioner Diane McKeel will discuss her work on human trafficking, veterans services and improving services to East County at a special City Club of Portland event Wednesday, Sept. 14.
Intensive outpatient treatment with supportive housing opens in Southeast Portland
Multnomah County Elections and Animal Services Urging Community to #PawstoVote through Pet Photo Contest to Promote Voter Registration
Proposed changes to the 1977 document include improvements for bikes, study of seismic stability
Four benches made of wood and steel that were designed and built by local high school students have been installed on the Sellwood Bridge.