Kayla Ballew remembers the November night in 2012 when her boyfriend came home with a ring. However, the platinum and diamond ring was not a gift. It was stolen property from a neighbor’s home.
Multnomah County News
Three dads, including Health Officer Dr. Paul Lewis, urged Multnomah County Commissioners on Thursday to proclaim August Breastfeeding Awareness Month.
Public health physicians in our local counties and the State of Oregon are closely monitoring this situation and updating providers.
Multnomah County Chair Deborah Kafoury kicks off a comprehensive community effort to end local homelessness.
U.S. Representative Earl Blumenauer and Multnomah County Health Department staff will be honored Wednesday, Aug. 6, in Portland for their work to build healthier communities
Every summer, many Schools Uniting Neighborhoods (SUN) community schools in Multnomah County host a free weekday lunch for children at more than 60 summer sites.
Multnomah County public health officials approved reopening Blue Lake Regional Park to swimming and boating on Wednesday, July 23.
Health officials have pinpointed lake and swimming beach. Other areas of the park are safe to visit, Deputy Health Officer says.
The proclamation formally recognizes the work the department’s employees do to uphold public safety and assist offenders in becoming successful members of the community.
In an incident separate from the on-going disease investigation into a suspected norovirus outbreak at Blue Lake Regional Park, E. coli has been detected in the closed swimming area.
It’s 2007 and Leticia Longoria-Navarro is in her senior year of college at Oregon State University. But she’s not on campus. She’s at the Oregon State Penitentiary, taking a sociology class on crime.
Swimming and boating at Blue Lake Regional Park remain closed today while public health officials continue to investigate reports of illness from people who visited over the weekend.