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About: beaverton, oregon

Beaverton is located about 10 miles west of Portland, Oregon. After the U.S. Civil War, numerous other settlers, including Joshua Welch, George Betts, Charles Angel, W.P. Watson, and John Henry, laid out what is now known as Beaverton hoping they could bring a railroad to an area once described as "mostly swamps & marshes connected by beaver dams to create what looked like a huge lake. "

Population: 86205
Local Newspapers: Beaverton Valley Times
Local Sports Teams: Portland Trailblazers
Local Colleges: Anthem College

Zip Codes associated with beaverton, oregon: 97005 97006 97007 97008
Towns/Cities near beaverton, oregon : Garden Home Whitford Aloha Raleigh Hills West Slope Metzger

Beaverton News
Man accused of peering into women's windows, breaking in, trying on clothes

A 27-year-man has been arrested twice in five weeks on suspicion of either looking into or breaking into the apartments of women in Beaverton, police say. Diego Lopez-Herrea was first arrested April 7 after Beaverton police said he was peering through the window of a woman's home in the 13700 block of Southwest Electric Street.

The dream that ended with a guide dog and a bakery: Tom Hallman

At 9 months old, doctors removed a tumor in Carina Comer's brain that left her blind in one eye and with limited sight in the other. She was 7 when the tumor returned, and she had to travel weekly from her Connecticut home to spend days in a Boston hospital for radiation treatment.

One of Portland's best new breweries opens first taproom

This summer, Portland beer lovers will have a new option, one that comes with rare beer, good snacks and free blankets for families who want to build their own impromptu picnic right on Southeast Division Street. Little Beast, the until-recently Beaverton-based brewer of fine farmhouse-style beers co-owned by Logsdon Farmhouse Ales founding brewer Charles Porter and specialty foods expert Brenda Crow, will open its new taproom Monday in the former Hedge House Pub at 3412 S.E. Division St. For fans of Little Beast beer, the taproom will be a little godsend, a converted craftsman home filled with cozy nooks, a handsome new walnut bar, a half-hidden beer garden and a simple menu of charcuterie, cheese and sandwiches.

Girl, 15, shoots would-be Beaverton sugar daddy, authorities say

A Vancouver teen is suspected of shooting a Beaverton man she targeted on a dating website where "sugar daddies" lavish young love interests with cash and other gifts in exchange for companionship, according to Washington County authorities. Raelyn Domingo, 15, faces first-degree assault and robbery charges after investigators say she arrived at Thomas Licata's suburban home last week, got high with her host and then fired a single bullet into his belly.

Beaverton American Indian Alaska Native Education Powwow

The community is invited to the Beaverton American Indian Alaska Native Education Powwow on Saturday, June 2, 2018 at Southridge High School, 9625 SW 125th Ave., Beaverton 97008. Admission is free and doors open at noon with the Grand Entry at 1:00 p.m. The event will feature MC Carlos Calica, Turtle Island Storyteller and member of the Confederate Tribes of Warm Springs, the Four Directions as Host Drum and the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde Color Guard.

Westside update: Beaverton's hunt for gold, activism opportunities, future of Western Ave, and more

Beaverton's Bicycle Advisory Committee is in need of new members. If you live in Beaverton or bike through daily, and are interested in volunteering on this committee, please do it.

Police seeking suspect in shooting near Beaverton

The injured person is being taken to a hospital in the area with at least one gunshot wound. The shooting was reported in the 8600 block of SE Muledeer Drive in unincorporated Washington County, according to the county sheriff's office.

Suicidal man shot by police in Beaverton said he fired first so they would shoot him

A 43-year-old man shot by police during an apparent suicidal crisis in Beaverton told investigators he fired a handgun at the ground to cause officers to fire at him, court records show. Footage from a police drone shows Daniel McNamara getting out of his pickup before the April 25 shooting.

DoorDash Arrives In The Portland Area, Offers Delivery From More Than 1000 Local Restaurants

SAN FRANCISCO: DoorDash, the technology company connecting customers with the best local restaurants through door-to-door delivery, announced its launch in the Portland area, offering delivery from more than 1,000 local restaurants. DoorDash currently operates in more than 800 cities across the country, and Portland marks its 60th major metropolitan market, and 1st major city in Oregon.

Man shot last week by police in Beaverton accused of attempted murder

A 43-year-old man shot by police last week in Beaverton after authorities say he fired at SWAT officers during an apparent suicidal crisis was booked into jail Tuesday on accusations of attempted murder. Daniel R. McNamara was also accused of unlawful use of a weapon.

Man shot by police pleads guilty to bank robbery, firearms felony

Jess L. Brockner, who was shot in the neck by police after fleeing a traffic stop as a suspect in a bank robbery, on Tuesday pleaded guilty in federal court to two felony charges. Brockner, wearing a black-and-white striped jail suit with the word "INMATE'' stenciled in red on the back, pleaded guilty to bank robbery and possession of a firearm in the furtherance of a crime of violence.

Beaverton's most expensive house for sale has a Zen garden

You can't see good design in the dark. Or fine furniture in dim light. A house in Beaverton is a cool example of using chandeliers -- not Queen Victoria's style -- and vibrant ceiling lighting to Illuminate modern features and shine through transparent walls.

Photos: Building an investment in education

If a new elementary school under construction in Beaverton looks familiar, there's a good reason why - it is the latest in a series of campuses Beaverton School District is building from a prototype design by DLR Group . Hazeldale Elementary School is the third of four bond-funded K-5 schools to be built from the prototype design; two were completed last fall, and construction of the fourth will begin this summer.

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