How about it, outer East Portland? With many categories of boat entries already available, find out what new kind of watercraft is encouraged to enter – and, see why it certainly doesn’t have to be built for speed … Read the rest of this entry »

Find out why some neighbors say this homicide shocked them – and why others say they weren’t at all surprised – as a man was found dead on this residential sidewalk … Read the rest of this entry »

Learn about this worthy project – the Portland Immigrant Statue – from the man who proposes it! Also, you’ll be surprised how quickly businesspeople raised scholarship funds for Parkrose High Seniors.  It’s all right here … Read the rest of this entry »

By the time you read this, it’s too late to mail in your ballot! It’s too late! But – read this, and discover the ‘dirty little secret’ of elections that makes it imperative that you do vote. Also, we’ll tell you where you can drop off your ballot, too … Read the rest of this entry »

Although it uses the words of William Shakespeare, find out why they’re not calling this compelling play “KING LEAR”. It’s the Parkrose High School Thespian Troupe’s best work to date … Read the rest of this entry »

If you didn’t make it out to this great event – the first big official event of the 2010 Portland Rose Festival – you’ll want to see the dozens of exclusive photos in our story, to show you all the fun you missed … Read the rest of this entry »

See why we believe the Community Fair at Eastport Plaza was simply first of the many great outdoor events Portlanders love to attend in the summertime. Wow! There’s a lot of great photos in this story you’ll enjoy … Read the rest of this entry »

See how and why the Red Cross canvassed outer SE Portland homes – helping folks get ready for storms, floods, earthquakes, and anything else that might come along … Read the rest of this entry »

See how this transvestite thug – out of prison for only a year – threatened the life of an East Portland citizen, and was captured at High Rocks … Read the rest of this entry »

Take a look, and discover why you’ll want to see the Parkrose High School Thespian Troupe #1783 present their most challenging work to date – by William Shakespeare. There’s a good reason they’re not calling it “King Lear” … Read the rest of this entry »

See why, this time, authorities don’t blame the driver, bad street lighting, or poorly-marked crosswalks for this death … Read the rest of this entry »

See those fine men and women in green from the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office bus tables at the Gateway Red Robin – and find out why they were “working for tips” on this day … Read the rest of this entry »

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