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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

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Portland News
Day care suspended after two infant deaths in two years

Portland police are investigating the Oct. 6 death of a 10-month-old boy found unresponsive at a Northeast Portland day care where another infant died last year. State regulators immediately suspended all childcare at the facility, called the Broadway Children's Center , concluding that circumstances there present "a serious danger."

Save the Date: Plays share spotlight as Halloween haunts ramp up

It's been a number of years since Magenta Theater founder Jaynie Roberts has written a play, but her creative streak returns with "Dead Beats" at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 27 and 28. Roberts founded Magenta, 1108 Main St. in Vancouver, in 2002 as a vehicle for her comedy writing, but in the 15 years since, the theater has grown significantly, and, in turn, her time to write plays vanished. "Dead Beats" is a musical spoof that focuses on Professor Frankenvalley, who strings together a band from spare parts buried in a cemetery, to perform in the Transylvania Music Festival.

St Mary SE by-election bringing out the best... and worst

The by-election in St Mary South Eastern is eight days from today. Two weeks ago I predicted a win for the Jamaica Labour Party's Dr Norman Dunn.

Suspect in Sellwood neighborhood shooting arrested

Portland police officers have arrested a suspect in connection with a shooting that happened in the Sellwood neighborhood on Thursday. Police arrested Devyn M. Julkowski, 20, Saturday near Southwest 19th Avenue and Southwest Vermont Street.

Oregon Report

The survivor of an attack on a Portland light-rail train where two people were stabbed to death has returned to college and says he's ready to "at least pretend to lead some semblance of a normal life." The Oregonian/OregonLive reports that 21-year-old Micah Fletcher on Thursday held his first news conference since the May attack where he and two other men intervened after authorities say a man boarded a train and yelled hateful comments at two black teenage girls.

Driver arrested after SW Portland crash; alcohol may have been factor, police say

Alcohol is believed to have been a factor in a head-on crash early Saturday morning near the intersection of Southwest Capitol Highway and Southwest Freeman Street, Portland police said. A passenger in one of the two vehicles was taken to a Portland hospital with life-threatening injuries after the crash, reported at about 1:50 a.m., police said.

A new bike path into Mt. Tabor Park is coming into focus

Mt. Tabor Park is a gem of southeast Portland. But if you live south of the park you're all but shutout from easy access.

Tiny homes for the homeless? Portland and beyond experiment

Tiny homes have captured the imagination of nearly every demographic in the U.S. There are retirement tiny homes and homestead tiny homes. There are starter tiny homes and luxury tiny homes.

Ultra-Popular Portland Burger Chain Is Coming to Southeast Division Street

Now that the block previously home to a dozen food carts known as Tidbit Food Farm and Garden is an empty parking lot -with only a few of those carts moving up the street to a new pod at Southeast 50th -bougie Southeast Division Street could use another casual restaurant. As reported by Eater , the fast-casual restaurant will take over the current Black Dog Lounge space at 3111 Southeast Division St. For years, that space was held by Sunshine Tavern, a pizza spot owned by celebrity chef Jenn Louis, who also owns Israeli restaurant Ray .

Campaign to save Movie Madness meets fundraising goal

It's official: Hollywood Theatre will purchase Movie Madness after a Kickstarter campaign met its $250,000 goal Friday, according to a news release from the theater. The funds will allow Hollywood Theatre to buy the Portland institution that started as a small video store in 1991 and expanded to a 6,000-square-foot collection of movies and TV shows along with a "Museum of Motion Picture History."

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Portland Retro Gaming Expo The 11th Retro Gaming Expo lands on a big year in the world of gaming-2017 is the year that Atari turns 40. For three days, you can compete in tournaments, freak yourself out at the horror game marathon, go to talks about Atari or actually play games on the consul in the retro arcade. Oregon Convention Center, 777 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd., retrogamingexpo.com .

NW Portland public masturbator sentenced to prison

A man accused of masturbating in front of two women in Northwest Portland was sentenced Friday to almost four years in prison for at least his 11 Raul Ralph Rios pleaded guilty to a single public indecency charge as part of a plea deal and was sentenced to 45 months in prison and 15 months of post-prison supervision. He had previously pleaded not guilty in the case.

New Spot Carlita's Swears That It's "Portland's First Spirits-Forward Taco Bar"

"Senoritas prefer Carlita's," says the menu at Carlita's , the new Mexican-themed Pearl District bar that makes the bewildering claim that it is "Portland's first spirits-forward taco bar." Elsewhere on the menu, it appears the "muchachos like our tacos," while "las margaritas make everyone bonitas."

Getting creative: a makeover for former Macya s space

A renovation under way at the historic Meier & Frank Building in downtown Portland will transform the former Macy's department store space into one the most unique creative office spaces in the city. When completed next year, the building will feature office spaces with 40,000-square-foot floor plates and ceiling heights up to 19 feet.

Oct. 19, 2017: What to Know

There are a few reasons not to add your city to Amazon's shopping cart https://t.co/EXCwHEQDFM pic.twitter.com/DUmIFRnZD0 A ball of flames erupted in downtown Portland, Ore., Wednesday afternoon when a fire destroyed two food carts and 10 cars. The Oregonian reports the two food carts engulfed in flames at the intersection of SW First Avenue and Columbia Boulevard.

23,000 gallons of stormwater, sewage flow into Willamette River

About 23,000 gallons of stormwater and sewage flowed into the Willamette River on Thursday evening, according to Portland's Bureau of Environmental Services. Heavy rains caused the combined sewer overflow from a pump station at Southeast Alder Street and Water Avenue, the bureau said in a news release.

Hood River District Attorney Indicts 15-Year-Old Who Allegedly Started Columbia River Gorge Wildfire

The boy was charged in juvenile court with reckless burning, depositing burning materials on forest lands, unlawful possession of fireworks, criminal mischief and recklessly endangering other persons. The Hood River County District Attorney has indicted the 15-year-old boy who allegedly sparked the Eagle Creek Fire that blazed through the Columbia River Gorge in early September.

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