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11/18/13 - 12:24 pm
State Rep. Michael Dembrow was chosen Monday by the Multnomah County Board of Commissioners to fill the vacant seat in Senate District 23.
11/18/13 - 9:43 am
Reality star kitten “Sir Stuffington” helped to launch a two-day special animal adoption rate recently for Multnomah County residents visiting the Multnomah Building.
11/14/13 - 5:58 pm
Oregon’s top veterans official says that it will take a broad community effort to meet the needs of four generations of military veterans who've served in five major wars. On Thursday, Nov. 14, Multnomah County pledged to lead the way.
11/13/13 - 4:48 pm
Interested in learning small-scale farming while developing connections with the partners who make up our local food system?
11/13/13 - 1:58 pm
Gov. John Kitzhaber on Nov. 12 said that Early Learning Multnomah was conditionally approved as one of the state’s first regional Early Learning Hubs to help ensure kids show up at kindergarten ready to learn.
11/6/13 - 4:54 pm
Multnomah County health officials are responding to reports that a TriMet employee on the No. 10 bus in Portland on Tuesday, Nov. 5 had pertussis or whooping cough. There has been no laboratory confirmed or physician’s report of such a pertussis case reported to any metro-area local public health department.
11/5/13 - 9:42 am
The fourth annual “Walk of Homelessness Awareness” will take place on Friday, Nov. 22, the culmination of a weeklong “Time to Listen -- Time to Act” campaign on behalf of vulnerable Oregon families forced to sleep in their cars or on the street.
10/31/13 - 1:05 pm
Shoppers visiting Lloyd Center Mall this month will discover important warnings on the dangers of candy-flavored tobacco.
10/30/13 - 3:36 pm
He’s been described as the “people’s doctor.” The Multnomah County Health Officer is the public health physician who directs, guides, consults and provides leadership around health issues in this county.
Dr. Justin Denny, a physician and epidemiologist, became the Multnomah County Health Officer in February 2013 after working for the World Health Organization and United Nations.
10/29/13 - 2:36 pm
More than nine in ten young people getting work experience through the SummerWorks program successfully complete their paid 180-hour internship, Multnomah County’s Board of Commissioners learned at a presentation Tuesday.