In a video apparently posted to Twitter on Monday with the caption “When a patient has poor coping skills,” a patient can be heard groaning in pain off-screen.
Extraterrestrial crabs snort cocaine, wreak havoc across Salem in upcoming local film
The local film “Cocaine Snorting Crabs From Outer Space,” will debut at Salem’s Historic Grand this Friday, Nov. 4 at 7 p.m.
Covid weekly report for Oct. 28: New cases decrease across state, Salem area
The Oregon Health Authority reports four local deaths of people with Covid in the past week.
CC: Media to launch community journalism program
Meet CC: Media’s new community news director, Meghan Jonas, who hopes to train more local journalists in Salem.
Salem to build state’s first community microgrid
Using a $1 million grant from the state, the project would provide emergency power to connected buildings in southeast Salem during an outage.
Salem Peace Lecture to discuss nuclear weapons abolition
This year’s Salem Peace Lecture will feature an expert in nuclear weapons abolition and celebrate PCUN, Oregon’s farm worker union.
City recognizes Salem volunteers for work
The 34 Salemites honored this year included students using fungi to break down plastic, storm drain painters and flag designers.
AGENDA: City council to finalize affordability requirement for apartment tax breaks
Apartment developers in Salem would have to make a minimum of 15% of units affordable on larger projects to qualify for city tax breaks under the proposed changes.
New chapel, garden spaces at Salem Hospital provide more space for waiting families
The new areas, added during a larger renovation of the hospital campus, are intended to make waiting with loved ones easier in the busiest emergency room on the West Coast.
Salem, here’s how to make your vote count on Election Day
From lost ballots to blank envelopes, officials share common issues that show up every Election Day, and tips on how to make sure your vote counts.