Two South Salem High School juniors hope you’ll join them on Jan. 10 to talk about budget cuts, school safety and other topics from a student and teacher perspective.
A Ukraine-themed World Beat Festival and a classroom renovation at Willamette Heritage Center are among the projects Oregonians supported through donations to the state’s Cultural Trust
It’s a quieter weekend in Salem after the buzz of the holidays, but there’s still a mix of events for all ages. Here’s your events guide for Jan. 5-7.
Three Afghan refugee pilots were killed in the Dec. 16 crash in Independence after overshooting the runway while attempting to land in heavy fog, federal investigators said in a recent report.
For 30 years, underfunded nonprofit organizations serving families in north and east Salem have done the hard work of strengthening families and advocating for youth. If Salem leaders are serious about tackling violence, neighborhood leaders say their communities need real investment.
Portland General Electric estimated power would be restored around 11 p.m. after a traffic accident caused a large outage.
State regulators approved big rate hikes for Portland General Electric and Pacific Power effective January, and city utility bills are increasing too.
Two downtown affordable housing developments and a large apartment building are scheduled to open in 2024.
A downtown construction boom, arson at St. Joseph and a fatal collision involving a DEA agent were some of Salem Reporter’s top stories this year.
Wavra Farms & Nursery is running a weekly winter farmers market on Saturdays, with about 30 vendors, art classes and more.