High easterly winds expected to drive up fire danger, potentially bring smoke to Metro region’s skies
Multnomah County News
The Reynold's School District agreement comes with robust conversation and surveys among community members and a commitment to training and diversity, equity and inclusion.
Library educators, community members and an acclaimed musician spoke about the connection between music and literacy, and the impact writing and music production have on youth in detention settings.
Board members report on their work, initiatives and actions in August, 2022.
With Omicron boosters expected to become widely available after Labor Day, public health leaders are urging eligible groups to get the latest vaccine to reduce their risk for severe illness.
Most Multnomah County services offered over email, phone, and in-person will be unavailable on Monday, Sept. 5 in observance of Labor Day.
The students also share weather and heat advisory information in English and Spanish. The weather information establishes baseline data to help measure the ongoing effects of climate change.
$3 million investment from CareOregon aims to deliver 20,000 doses of overdose reversal drug and 20,000 harm reduction kits to low barrier community settings beginning this fall
Peña was promoted to deputy director after a six-month process and a national search.
The Health Department will return in September with a recommendation for policy language to prevent the sales of flavored nicotine products in Multnomah County.
Tuesday’s briefing comes as numerous jurisdictions declare states of emergency to help limit the spread of the virus
ALERT: Do not let dogs swim in or drink from the Willamette River near Cathedral Park due to current toxic algae bloom.