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Located just west of Portland, Oregon, it has a moderate climate due to the marine influence from the Pacific Ocean. Hillsboro is home to many high-tech companies, such as Intel, who opened their first facility there in 1979. This area is known as the Silicon Forest. Although the city is comprised of less than 22 square miles, it operates more than twenty parks there and has a multi-use stadium.

Population: 90000
Local Newspapers: The Oregonian
Local Sports Teams: Portland Trail Blazers (NBA) Portland Timbers (United Soccer Leagues) Portland Winterhawks (Western Hockey League) Portland Beavers (Pacific Coast League baseball)
Local Colleges: Portland Community College Portland State University Oregon Health & Science University Concordia University Lewis & Clark College

Zip Codes associated with hillsboro, oregon: 97123 97124
Towns/Cities near hillsboro, oregon : Aloha Cornelius Forest Grove North Plains Rock Creek

Hillsboro News
Bill would eliminate a dozen obsolete boards, commissions

A bill in the Oregon Legislature would do away with a dozen obsolete state boards and commissions, ranging from the Baseball Advisory Committee to the Task Force on Military Families. According to a list compiled by the Legislative Policy and Research Office last year, the state has more than 250 boards and commissions, some of which venture deep into bureaucratic esoterica, such as the Board of Denture Technology and the Board of Electrologists and Body Art Practitioners.

'Anatomy of Gray' puts 'interesting twist' on Midwestern small town - Monday, 17 April 2017

Sarah Ominski brought the play "Anatomy of Gray," by Jim Leonard Jr., with her on a beach vacation about a year and a half ago. Before she even finished reading the opening dedication, she was hooked.

4/20 Deals, Specials, and Giveaways

However you plan to spend your 4/20, the industry will be doing what it does best: competing for your money-by way of free food and promo swag, as well as discounts and specials that only come around once a year. We touched base with a number of shops around town, and while many won't be announcing their 4/20 deals until the hours leading up to the big day, a number of dispensaries were willing to spill the beans.

Hillsboro's Native American population weaves cultures from across western US - Friday, 14 April 2017

But among Hillsboro's forgotten demographics is a collection of indigenous peoples from around the western United States, a group which over the last five years has become more cohesive and connected thanks to a Hillsboro School District program for kids of Native American descent. They study together after school, part of a federal program to help raise Native American graduation rates.

Andy Duyck says he will step down as Washington County board chairman

Andy Duyck made it official today: He will not seek a third term as Washington County board chairman after almost a quarter century of involvement in county government. He made his personal plans known at the end of the annual state of the county address, which took place at a Westside Economic Alliance breakfast at Intel's Ronler Acres campus in Hillsboro.

ICE official answers questions at Cornelius town hall

For undocumented immigrants who worry about being deported, those were some of the practical takeaways from Saturday's Cornelius town hall meeting, where officials from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services attempted to demystify their agencies. The spokeswomen, who requested anonymity from the News-Times, didn't actually advise anyone to do those things but did give forthright answers to questions from concerned citizens, who offered story after story of ICE arrests that seem to be setting a new, more aggressive pattern: The Hillsboro senior citizen with no criminal record who applied for a "U Visa" after being beaten up, then was followed by ICE officers and arrested at a 7-11.

Zach and Tori Roloff celebrate baby shower at family farm

Tori Roloff of Little People, Big World celebrated a sunlit baby shower on Saturday at Roloff Farms around Hillsboro, Oregon. She and her husband Zach Roloff, who has achondroplasia like his mother Amy Roloff, revealed in November that they're expecting their firstborn son in May. The impending parent posted a sweet Instagram photo that evening of herself with a claque of guests who'd each placed a hand on Tori's belly.

Mark S. Harmon will lead Art & History Museums - Maitland

Mark S. Harmon will be the new executive director of the Arts & History Museums - Maitland, the organization will officially announce Monday. A historic-sites preservation specialist, Harmon has 30 years of leadership experience at nonprofit and government museums.

World-Renowned Fiddler Alasdair Fraser and Cellist Natalie Haas to...

Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Haas, will perform at the Walters Cultural Arts Center, 527 East Main St., on Friday, April 21, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $28 in advance and $34 day of show and are available at or by calling 503-615-3485. Recognized as "one of Scotland's most valued tradition-bearers," by BBC Radio Scotland, Alasdair Fraser is widely regarded as a master performer.

NEWS Oregon's Elite Plastics adding capacity for growing markets

"We are getting to a point where GM Nameplate is becoming our biggest customer" with certain molded or overmolded parts going to another GM division for assembly, Thurmond said. Elite Plastics capabilities include an automated six-axis paint line, an automated assembly line, computer-numerical-control pad printing, hot stamping, screen printing, three-dimension laser scanning and plastics machining.

Downtown Hillsboro's Venetian Theatre to close April 13 - Wednesday, 05 April 2017

The popular Main Street venue in Hillsboro is being sold, but what will take over the space remains a mystery. The Venetian Theatre & Bistro will close its doors Thursday, April 13, the theater's owner confirmed to The Tribune on Wednesday.

ICE official answers questions at Cornelius town hall - Monday, 03 April 2017

For undocumented immigrants who worry about being deported, those were some of the practical takeaways from Saturday's Cornelius town hall meeting, where officials from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services attempted to demystify their agencies.

Cornelius library courtyard to get major upgrade - Tuesday, 04 April 2017

With its approval Monday of a $100,000 Nature in Neighborhoods grant from Metro, the Cornelius City Council announced dramatic improvements to the plan for a multi-use courtyard at the back of the city's new library, which is scheduled for construction beginning in August. Originally a $50,000 project, the courtyard will now be a $300,000 project with more space and features, thanks to the Metro grant.

Voices against violence

In honor of survivors and to educate community members during Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the Sexual Assault Resource Center is holding events throughout April. The series of events begins with "Voices Against Violence," from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday, April 8 at Coyote's Bar & Grill in Hillsboro.

Tow truck driver hits, kills wife: Hillsboro police

A tow truck driver hit and killed his wife while backing up their driveway Thursday afternoon, a Hillsboro police spokesman said. The man said he didn't see his wife while negotiating the flatbed truck up the driveway, which rises away from the 7000 block of Northwest Quatama Road, according to Lt.

Rosters set for 23rd annual Northwest Shootout All-Star game slated for April 15 in Oregon

Washington commit Jaylen Nowell among the star-studded senior class representing the state against Oregon players. The 23rd annual Merritt Truax Northwest Shootout rosters are set.

Lawsuit filed over egg hunt

A mother who says she injured her knee when she was pushed to the ground by over-eager Easter egg hunters a year ago has filed a $112,000 lawsuit against the events company that organized the hunt. Rachel Townsend of Hillsboro, Ore., faults the organizers of The Hatter's Easter Extravaganza in Clackamas for allegedly failing to control the unruly crowd, which was intent on scooping up their share of the 15,000 eggs that were advertised to be hidden that day, according to her lawsuit filed last week.

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