The Charter Review Committee Thursday presented five amendments to be submitted to voters for consideration on the Nov. 8 general election ballot.
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The Board of Commissioners Thursday voted to provide property tax exemptions to surviving spouses of public safety officers.
Last week, the resulting project, “Quad-County Measles Protocol and Toolkit,’’ was named a Model of Practice by the National Association of County and City Health Officials.
“A todo aquel que desea dejar atrás el ciclo vicioso del consumo de pastillas para el dolor, queremos decirle que hay esperanza."
“To those who may wish to end a cycle of opioid misuse: There’s hope. Providers and peers in your community understand this struggle.''
The Rockwood Community Health Center cooking demonstrations are open to everyone in the community and promote healthy eating.
Multnomah County and communities nationwide celebrate ‘Pretrial, Probation and Parole Supervision Week’ with an emphasis on Justice Reinvestment.
Multnomah County and other governments are participating in a White House-led initiative to divert low-level offenders with mental illness out of the criminal justice system.
After 90 years of serving the public, the original Sellwood Bridge is being carefully removed this summer by a team of contractors. The new bridge opened this February.
The Multnomah County Health Department reports today that two Portland school children with high levels of lead in their blood were both poisoned by a household source.
Students were given free PCs through a partnership with Multnomah County and Free Geek. The PCs are surplus county property that's been donated to Free Geek.
Later this month, the Joint Office of Homeless Services will open a new 24-hour shelter at the location of former Sheriff’s Office.