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Portland has been referred to as the most environmentally friendly or "green" city in the United States and the second most in the world. It is also known for its large number of microbreweries and microdistilleries, as well as its coffee fanaticism. Marked by warm, dry summers and rainy but temperate winters, this climate is ideal for growing roses, and for more than a century, Portland has been known as "The City of Roses".

Population: 582130
Local Newspapers: The Oregonian
Local Sports Teams: Portland Trail Blazers (NBA)
Local Colleges: Portland State University

Zip Codes associated with portland, oregon: 97201 97202 97203 97204 97205 97206 97209 97210 97211 97212 97213 97214 97215 97216 97217 97218 97219 97220 97221 97222 97223 97224 97225 97227 97229 97230 97231 97232 97233 97236 97266 97267
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Portland News
Portland Musician, Educator Thara Memory Dies

Memory was well-known in the Portland jazz scene. He taught at Wilson High School and created the American Music Program at King Elementary School, a magnet school program drawing students from all over the Portland metropolitan area to learn to play jazz.

Beer Hall: Portland International Beerfest, Organic Craft BrewFest, and Reverend Nat's Turns Five

The hangovers from two weeks of heavy Portland Beer Week have probably just subsided, and that means it's time for more heavy bouts of drinking! The hangovers from two weeks of heavy Portland Beer Week have probably just subsided, and that means it's time for more heavy bouts of drinking. This week, the Rose City provides that in the form of parties and festivals, with two great outdoor events and a pair of special anniversaries that will see rare tastes flying across your olfactory organs with astonishing speed.

Good Morning, News: Portland's 1967 Race Riot, Inmate Healthcare Costs, and More Potential Mosquitos

First up is this week's feature , out in print as of yesterday, about the 1967 race riots in Portland . Santi Elijah Holley is a good writer: Portland Police, emboldened by the newly established Intelligence Division, had become a regular presence in North/Northeast's Albina neighborhood, monitoring civil rights activity and "agitators."

New Portland picture book from The Oregonian will feature community photos from 1940s

Lucy Baldwin has a collection of 63 scrapbooks filled with thousands of family photographs and news clippings - most inserted into corner slot picture holders or attached with a light adhesive. She's sure it's 63 scrapbooks because Baldwin has meticulously numbered every one of her books since she began assembling them as a freshman at Oregon State University.

A bicycle rider has been hit and critically injured on SE 122nd north of Division

BREAKING: A bike rider is struck by a vehicle near 122nd and Division. Condition unknown.

Chick-fil-A, Cracker Barrel to open next year in Bend

By next summer, both chains are planning to open locations in Bend's Robal Road Village along Highway 97, KTVZ reports . According to KTVZ, Chick fil-A has submitted a design review application to the city and hopes to break ground in the coming months with eyes on an April opening.

"The Hero" Gives Portland-Raised Actor Sam Elliott A Chance To Shine, ...

If one's achievements are overshadowed by, say, timbre of voice or bushiness of mustache, does their career mean anything at all? Sam Elliott's acting career of almost 50 years has been as steady and respectable as one could hope for in Hollywood. But the Portland-raised actor seems less associated with his actual body of work than with his bushy, silver horseshoe mustache and the timbre of his voice-so sonorous it's like Father Time dressed as a cowboy and willed his way onto the big screen.

Police: Man assaults girlfriend, holds baby and gun in N. Portland home

A man is in custody after police said he assaulted his girlfriend and held a gun while simultaneously holding a baby during a police standoff. Portland Police Bureau's Special Emergency Reaction Team and the Crisis Negotiation Team responded to a disturbance call involving a gun around 9:12 p.m. Tuesday.

A Pair of New Reissues Shine a Light on Two Overlooked Corners of Portland Music History

Rediscovered albums by a Nigerian singer-songwriter and a 10-piece Cambodian rock band show that Portland's spirit of artistic freedom extends not just to its punks and indie rockers. When Peter Mekwunye's phone rang this past winter, he could've let it go to voicemail, as he typically does when he sees a number he doesn't recognize.

Portland's Laurelhurst Neighborhood Fights to Keep the Housing Crisis Out

The residents of a quaint Portland neighborhood plan to ward off developers who could bring teardowns, McMansions or apartment buildings for renters. At the end of last month, residents of Laurelhurst turned out in record numbers to vote in their neighborhood association election for one reason: to get protection from developers.

Portland's 10 best barbecue joints

A little over a year ago, a brick-colored barbecue cart showed up on a cyclone-fenced lot in industrial Northwest Portland. With its handsome stack of split oak, boombox playing Hank Williams tunes and hand-written menu of smoked brisket, meat-stuffed kolaches and hulking dry-rubbed beef ribs, the cart, Botto, seemed like it could be the missing link.

Portland in the 1980s: Drug gangs, skinheads loomed, but so did the start of something special

Portland struggled in the 1970s, a working-class city weighed down by stagflation, public corruption and a reputation as "the pornography capital of the West Coast." Two decades later, the glimmerings of the city that's celebrated around the world today -- the quirky, bike-friendly, obsessively foodie "Portlandia" of TV fame -- could be clearly seen , though "Portlandia" star Carrie Brownstein has pointed out that it still had an appealing "seedy quality to it."

The Saudi Government Posted an Astronomical Bail for an Accused...

Last week, Abdulrahman Noorah, a young Saudi national facing first-degree manslaughter charges for a 2016 hit-and-run that killed a teenage girl in Southeast Portland, slipped off his ankle bracelet and fled. Noorah, 21, was awaiting trial on charges that he struck and killed Fallon Smart, 15, last August while allegedly speeding on Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard.

The Montavilla Neighborhood Association Wants City Hall to Stop Homeless Sweeps On Its Turf

The Montavilla Neighborhood Association says it's sick of the camp sweeps that temporarily displace members of Portland's growing homeless population, only to see them return a short while later. So on Monday, the association passed what might be a first-of-its-kind resolution for a Portland neighborhood.

Fight terrorism with DSI Comedy in Chapel Hill Wednesday night

An unidentified man kneels in Portland, Ore., on May 31 at a memorial for two men fatally stabbed on a light rail train in Portland last week. The men were killed and a third injured as they tried to shield young women from an anti-Muslim tirade.

TriMet to 'renew' Hollywood Transit Center memorial

TriMet and a neighborhood group plan to "refresh" the impromptu memorial at Hollywood Transit Center on Friday, agency officials said, replacing old flowers while removing dead flowers and debris. The agency said community members had performed some spontaneous clean-up over the weekend at the Northeast Portland transit center, the scene of a stabbing attack that killed two men and injured another last month.

Portland Metro Tuesday Traffic: SE Division closed at 122nd for crash investigation

TriMet announced delays on its WES commuter light rail line for Tuesday morning. The WES disruption was caused by a signal issue.

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