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8/2/13 - 2:29 pm
Looking for some fun with the kids that is also good for your health? Come to the Northeast Community Health Fair on Tuesday, Aug. 6. The free fair will be from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Northeast Health Center, 5329 N.E. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. in Portland.
7/29/13 - 4:58 pm
Everyone needs a helping hand, and for first-time mothers, having a support system during and after pregnancy is crucial. Multnomah County’s Nurse-Family Partnership aims to provide the services low-income and at-risk mothers need to have a safe and healthy pregnancy.
Multnomah County board recognizes Department of Community Justice's probation, parole and supervision staff
7/29/13 - 3:33 pm
For more than 20 years, violence and drugs engulfed Sam Oliver’s life.
7/29/13 - 12:12 pm
Tyler Mackie always loved riding her bike over the Broadway Bridge on her way to work.
“It’s a very sort of thrilling moment when you’re biking over the bridge,” she says. “You feel the fresh air, especially in the morning, and if it’s a blue-sky day it’s really wonderful.”
7/22/13 - 9:51 am
Multnomah and Washington county officials will meet Thursday, July 25 to discuss the transfer plan agreement for Area 93 to become part of Washington County.
7/12/13 - 10:05 am
The Multnomah County Board of Commissioners will honor the signing into law of the Americans with Disabilities Act later this month.
7/11/13 - 10:03 am
For the third year in a row, the Multnomah County Health Department has been recognized as a “Leader in LGBT Healthcare Equality” in the Healthcare Equality Index 2013.
7/9/13 - 2:25 pm
The project to replace the Multnomah County Courthouse took a significant step forward in the recently concluded session of the Oregon Legislature.
7/8/13 - 3:39 pm
Having moved to the United States from the Congo five years ago, Roosevelt High School senior Aline Ntibanyerekwa comes from humble beginnings.
7/2/13 - 5:39 pm
With temperatures passing 90 degrees in the Portland metro area this week, many Oregonians are enjoying the sun and finding ways to stay cool. Four cooling centers opened July 1 to keep elders and people with disabilities safe.