Salem Reporter gathered a sampling of the over 130 written comments Salem City Councilors received before voting 5-4 Monday night to begin taxing people working within city limits in 2024.
A small purple and white plaque stands tall outside the Oregon Capitol, telling visitors about Oregon’s unique history of securing women the right to vote. The Oregon Women’s History Consortium and the Oregon State Capitol Foundation unveiled the marker at the Oregon State Capitol State Park on the east side[Read More…]
The Marion County Fair returns this weekend July 6-9. It’s the biggest fair since Covid, with Thursday events back and a sellout for commercial vendors.
One of Salem’s oldest neighborhood associations, SCAN, continues to advocate for bike and pedestrian safety and better parks and schools.
Kay Staab has run the wig store in central Salem for 55 years with her daughter and granddaughter, but is retiring ahead of her 90th birthday.
Despite multiple funding requests, Salem legislators failed to secure long-term funding for the navigation center and micro shelters during the last week of the 2023 legislative session.
Get transported to new countries through food, dance, music, and performances this weekend at the annual World Beat Festival June 23-25.
Hundreds of high-energy kids roamed the new grounds of the Gilbert House Children’s Museum’s outdoor play area on its first day of reopening after eight months of construction.
A small but enthusiastic crowd gathered on the Capitol Mall Monday to dance, play and eat in celebration of the end of slavery in the U.S.