Portland had highest absorption rate in its history in 2022, but the market headed for a slowdown, local experts say. Read morePortland metro sees record-setting year for industrial real estate
The Patricia Reser Center for the Arts was packed Tuesday night, Feb. 7, as 10 Black-led businesses pitched their products to an audience that would ultimately decide … Read moreBlack entrepreneurs net thousands through PitchBlack competition
The grocery and social impact company partnership is dedicated to reducing food waste. Read morePortland-based Green Zebra grocer partners with Too Good To Go
Something new and interesting just opened its doors last week via its ribbon-cutting grand opening on Saturday, Feb. 4, grand opening. Read moreMolalla welcomes new kind of liquidation store
Authorities are searching for two men who allegedly stole from Fat Tire Farm after backing a van into and damaging the Northwest Portland bicycle shop early Monday, Feb. 6. Read moreFat Tire Farm burglarized: "What's the plan, Ted?"
Portland voters are beginning to feel slightly better about livability in the city, but are still very dissatisfied with homelessness, crime, and trust in government, … Read morePoll: Pessimism easing slightly in Portland, but problems remain
The Portland Bureau of Transportation was awarded a $20 million grant by the US Department of Transportation for safety improvements on a hazardous 5.5-mile stretch of… Read moreUS Department of Transportation award PBOT $20 million for 122nd Avenue safety projects