Seniors and advocates of older Americans came out Thursday to support the Board of Commissioners' move to proclaim May as Older Americans Act Month in Multnomah County.
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The free public screenings uncover how social circumstances like racism, having little money and living in poor neighborhoods can make people sick and shorten their lives.
New marriage laws mean same-sex couples have new access to federal benefits.
SaulPaul visited the Multnomah County Juvenile Detention Center to perform and inspire with his experiences in and outside of prison.
Like many other Pacific Islanders living in Multnomah County, Roger Walter's oldest daughter and beloved "auntie" lack health care because of a federal loophole.
Multnomah County is backing legislation to make sure Pacific Islanders who are currently excluded can qualify for health insurance.
What should Multnomah County include in its Justice Reinvestment RFPQ (Request for Pre-Qualification) for Victim’s Services?
Multnomah County’s Aging, Disability & Veterans Services Division is expanding a program that helps veterans at risk of nursing home placement stay in their homes.
The Multnmoah County Sheriff's Office formalized a contract this week to take over patrol duties for the City of Troudale.
Domestic violence parole and probation officer Jennifer Brissenden and corrections technician Diego Cervantes help establish case against prolific stalker.
Federal Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy announced a $1.5 million grant in North Portland on April 15 that will help reduce diesel air pollution in Multnomah County.
“Child abuse prevention is the responsibility of all citizens of Multnomah County,” said Commissioner Loretta Smith at Thursday's board meeting.