Results updated Thursday evening showed nearly all Salem-area races settled, with no changes from election night.
Salem folk band encourages social and political action through song
Kristen Grainger & True North will be featured on a new national compilation album called “Hope Rises II” which highlights songs about social justice issues.
Marion County detectives investigating suspicious fire at Lancaster Safeway
The fire was reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Oct. 3.
Willamette Master Chorus returns for first full in-person season since 2020
This will be the first full season the group is able to perform in person since 2020.
Salem area elects new legislators, with likely Republican seat pickup
If Tuesday’s results hold, Salem will have a politically mixed delegation, with three new faces in the House and two state senators winning re-election.
Windermere merges with John L. Scott Real Estate Salem West
With the market bouncing back, company leaders say it’s most important to have reliable, experienced brokers, which is why they merged.
Salem Pops orchestra to start season with jazzy show this Sunday
Salem Pops, an orchestra made up entirely of volunteers, will start its season with a performance of the score from “Catch Me If You Can.”
Wildlife center supporting thousands of Oregon animals calls on community for help
Chintimini Wildlife Center takes in 2,000 wild animals a year, with about a third from the Salem area. However, they may have to reduce services if their financial situation doesn’t turn around soon.
Marion, Polk counties rush to send out 800 late ballots after state software error
Oregon teens haven’t been automatically pre-registered to vote for years when getting an ID or permit at the DMV, the Secretary of State’s office said Monday, affecting nearly 7,800 voters statewide.
Willamette University hosts classical pianist Umi Garrett Nov. 2
The concert Wednesday kicks off the university’s Distinguished Artist Series, which brings prominent musicians to Salem.