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Portland has permanently banned a man from its public transportation system after a decade of terrorizing women and targeting their hair
Jared Walter was dubbed the "TriMet Barber" for his penchant for cutting women's hair while riding city buses in Portland, Oregon.
Portland noise control officer Paul van Orden said the city has received multiple complaints about the noise blasting from the 7-Eleven's speakers.
The findings showed more than a third of users replaced car trips with scooters. That’s good news for companies that want to keep expanding.
An Oregon hotel says it fired two employees who called police on a black guest, after spotting him in the lobby and demanding to know his room number.
Jermaine Massey, 34, has police called on him at a DoubleTree Hotel in Portland, Oregon.
Renting is getting less expensive for people living in the US's largest metropolitan areas. In September, rents declined on an annual basis in more than half of the nation's 35 largest markets, according to data from Zillow.
A Portland design firm purposely skipped office Ping-Pong tables and video games to get more employees to leave work on time
Perks in the workplace often include flashy freebies, like catered meals or video games. But Portland design firm Work & Co has deliberately nixed those, in order to encourage its employees to achieve a better work-life balance.
Oregon just became the first state to legalize mass timber high-rises, and it could lead to a boom in tall wood buildings
In August, Oregon became the first state to legalize mass timber high-rises. Many timber projects are pushing for approval and funding around North America — take a look at some of the most prominent ones.
Bay Area expats who flee to Washington and Oregon are apparently being welcomed with ‘California sucks’ graffiti and threats of violence
Californians who move to Seattle and Portland are facing backlash from locals, reports SF Gate. Residents are seemingly threatened by a "Californiacation" of the Pacific Northwest, in which home prices surge and traffic worsens, among other things.
A new Portland, Oregon-based startup, called Dweller, designs and builds affordable tiny homes that reside in backyards. The idea is that aging parents can have independence and the option to live near their adult children.