Multnomah County offices, libraries, courts and Animal Services will be closed Friday, Jan. 19, 2024, due to icy travel conditions, power outages and reported road closures.
The public is invited to attend an upcoming meeting for the I-5 Rose Quarter Improvement Project: On Tuesday, January 23, the Historic Albina Advisory Board (HAAB) will meet from 4:00–6:00 p.m. The meeting will be livestreamed on YouTube.
Multnomah County offices, libraries, and most in-person services will be closed Thursday, Jan. 18, 2024, as travel conditions have not improved as expected, and because of the potential for another stretch of inclement weather starting tomorrow afternoon.
OLYMPIA -- Washington State Department of Health (DOH) is working with local and federal public health partners to investigate a case of Salmonella that is likely linked to consuming contaminated Jif® brand peanut butter products. The Whitman County resident, who was not hospitalized, has a confirmed case of Salmonella associated with a nationwide peanut butter outbreak involving 11 other states.
The Clark County Law Library will increase in-person service hours beginning Monday, May 2nd.
The mayor, who is also the police commissioner, said the Portland Police Bureau needs about 300 more police officers to meet the city’s policing needs.
The board of the Clark County Public Facilities District will hold a public meeting 4-5 p.m. Monday, Nov. 8, 2021.
The Clark County Council is seeking applicants to fill two volunteer positions on the Solid Waste Advisory Commission.
The Clark County Council is accepting applications to fill a vacancy on the volunteer Planning Commission.
The Clark County Councilors is seeking applicants to fill one of three Clark County-recommended positions on the seven-member Fort Vancouver Regional Library District board of trustees.
Marking Black History, we capture the ground-breaking role of a woman who loved entertainment but could only soar by becoming a French expat.