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About: hillsboro, oregon

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
Jaime Tinoco-Camarena found guilty of aggravated murder

It took jurors less than a day to decide that Jaime Tinoco-Camarena murdered a Forest Grove woman in 2014. On Tuesday, jurors found Tinoco guilty on charges of aggravated murder and unlawful use of a weapon in the stabbing death of Nicole Laube, a 29-year-old Forest Grove woman.

Help us document hate crimes in Oregon

Documenting Hate is a national coalition of news organizations, civil-rights groups and technology companies intent on creating a database of reported hate crimes and bias incidents. Documenting Hate is a national coalition of news organizations, civil-rights groups and technology companies intent on creating a database of reported hate crimes and bias incidents.

Clackamas County reaffirms support of diversity, hands-off immigration actions

Clackamas County commissioners have reaffirmed their support of diversity and opposition to stepped-up federal efforts to arrest and deport immigrants who are here illegally. Their resolution, which they passed unanimously Thursday , stops short of "sanctuary" status approved by some cities - Portland, Hillsboro and Beaverton among them - and Multnomah County.

Where to Eat Great Indian Food in Portland, Mapped

If you haven't had the experience of chasing a spicy curry down with an ice-cold, refreshing beer, you really haven't lived. Despite the fact that Portland is famous for showcasing Pacific Northwest fare, the Indian food scene is very much alive - if not on the level of some bigger cities - and in the past two years, several new, quality options have added their spices to the mix.

Ordinance 820 attempts to moderate infill housing effects on existing neighbors. Is it enough?

The proposed amendments remove subjective standards and replace them with clear and objective privacy enhancement requirements: a landscape buffer or a site-obscuring fence. Submit oral or written testimony to the Planning Commission and/or the Board at one of the public hearings.

'Lack of progress' prompts study of Portland air pollution

Multnomah County and Portland city leaders say they will spend $120,000 to study creating a metropolitan air pollution authority in the wake of toxic air reports in the city. The Oregonian/OregonLive reported Wednesday that such an agency would remove power from the state Department of Environmental Quality and no longer subject Portland to the influence of state lawmakers.

ViaWest Plans Cross-Pacific Connection Service

Greenwood Village, Colorado-based bandwidth provider ViaWest is planning on a new, cross Pacific link to Asia, through its data center in Hillsboro, Oregon, the company said this week. According to ViaWest, it will begin offering access to the New Cross Pacific subsea cable later this year, providing up to 80 terabits per second of capacity between the Northwestern U.S. and East Asia.

Discover the Tualatin River on the water

It's a great family-friendly way to get acquainted with one of Oregon's safest and mellowest rivers for canoers and kayakers. Participants launch from Metro's Farmington Paddle Launch, 9665 S.W. River Road in Hillsboro, then paddle 3.7 miles downriver to the Eagle Landing site, 26001 S.W. Rainbow Lane, meandering through calm, shady waters.

Federal funding for community development a must

Washington County is facing a steep challenge when it comes to keeping our housing options affordable and our communities vibrant. Although we are currently in an economic recovery, Washington County - like many municipalities throughout the region - is facing a steep challenge when it comes to keeping our communities vibrant and our housing options affordable.

Robin Hart, Hypnotherapist & Empowerment Coach to be featured on Acc Global News

Robin Hart has learned that the key to REAL CHANGE is in your subconscious mind and that ANYONE has the ability to create permanent change from the inside out."

Jaime Tinoco murder trial opens with couple who tried to help victim - Tuesday, 06 June 2017

Washington County Deputy District Attorney Jeff MacLean showed a jury a videotaped interview of Beaverton teenager Jaime Tinoco-Camarena saying "it felt nice" and "powerful" to murder Forest Grove resident Nicole Laube outside an apartment complex where she worked in August 2014. But when one of Tinoco's defense attorneys, Scott Sharp, addressed the jury, he said investigators planted those thoughts in Tinoco's mind.

Jaime Tinoco murder trial opens with couple who tried to help victim - Tuesday, 06 June 2017

Prosecutors MacLean and Jeff Lesowski are arguing that Tinoco - who was 17 at the time of the murder - walked up to Laube, 29, while she handed out flyers at the Commons at Timber Creek apartment complex in Cedar Mill on Aug. 19, 2014, and stabbed her in the heart. Prosecutors say Tinoco planned to rape Laube, but didn't follow through after the woman began to scream.

Alan Alda Names Flame Challenge Champions Who Best Explain...

Oscar-nominated actor Alan Alda has starred on screens big and small for decades, but his most fulfilling role to date is in the world of science communication. As founder of the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University, Alda does the important work of helping scientists and health professionals communicate the complex topics they work with clearly and effectively to the public and their patients.

SureID CEO out after setbacks, cutbacks

Hillsboro identity verification specialist SureID quietly replaced its chief executive last month after the company lost a major contract with the U.S. Navy and laid off several dozen of its employees. Former CEO Steve Larson founded SureID in 2001 and remains chairman, according to the company's website .

ViaWest Data Center in Hillsboro, Ore. to Offer High Speed, Low...

ViaWest announced that later this year it will begin offering access to the New Cross Pacific subsea cable, the fastest low latency, fiber optic cable between the United States and Asia. Directly terminating in ViaWest's Brookwood Data Center in Hillsboro, Ore., this high capacity subsea cable will significantly reduce the latency between the United States and Asia, delivering up to 80 terabits per second of capacity between the Northwestern U.S. and East Asia in order to improve access to the high-growth region spanning China, Taiwan, Japan and South Korea.

Bob Terry seeks Washington County board chairmanship

District 4 commissioner has had long civic involvement and county experience, seeks seat open by pending retirement of Andy Duyck. Bob Terry followed Andy Duyck in the District 4 seat on the Washington County Board of Commissioners back in 2010 - and he hopes to succeed Duyck as board chairman in next year's countywide election.

Workforce housing project struggling to address security, maintenance issues - Friday, 02 June 2017

The affordable housing apartment complex was hailed as one of the most energy efficient buildings in the state. It was so efficient, builders said, residents would have lower-than-average utilities cost in addition to regulated rental rates.

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