The word is spreading through the Pearl District about those new options even though everyone involved isn't offering many details.
Folks took advantage of the nice weather on Saturday and headed out on the Willamette River near downtown Portland.
Is Portland's reputation as a safe city taking a hit? Is our homeless problem costing the city millions in lost business? Those are the concerns that are being raised after two incidents involving out-of-towners.
If you want to know just how difficult it is for Portland to enforce its sidewalk camping policy just watch the video from an altercation on Tuesday morning.
Portland Parks Foundation’s citywide work party, is challenging the community to get out, get their hands dirty, and make a difference in the parks and outdoor spaces we love to enjoy.
Crews have been working around the clock for the past two and a half weeks. Their goal was to tie in existing Portland Streetcar tracks to the Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail (PMLR) tracks.
While the city of Portland handed the campers of Right To Dream Too a big victory Friday, businesses around the proposed site for the new camp complained that the process is playing out in secret.
Some people who live and work near the proposed new location of a controversial homeless camp are upset about how a deal to move it there was put together.
Problems with a deal to move a homeless camp from near Chinatown to the Pearl District have emerged after the group in charge of paying for a new camp on city land may have misled city leaders about its nonprofit status.
Police recovered a stolen bicycle when the suspect rode right up to officers Thursday on a Portland sidewalk.
Breast cancer not only changes a woman's life forever but sometimes takes it away from them - a good reason to ramp up efforts to fight the disease.
The driver of a pickup truck that crashed into a TriMet bus Wednesday night was arrested for DUII and reckless driving.
Police are looking for 18-year-old Daniel Dorson, their suspect in the skateboard attack of a 70-year-old man in front of the Portland Outdoor Store in July.
Police arrested four people after a scuffle outside Terry Schrunk Plaza early Tuesday morning.
The City of Portland is building a brand new emergency coordination center. A large sculpture for the building is ready, but a city audit raises some serious concerns about other parts of the city's emergency plan.