Pandemic shortages in vet care and a reduction in spay and neuter surgeries for dogs are combining to create more dog overpopulation, according to the shelter’s manager.
The Salem Art Association is collaborating with the Salem Multicultural Institute on a new show. Submissions showcasing an artist’s culture or heritage are especially welcome.
Local birder and natural history author Harry Fuller shares what birds are up to in the Salem area in his “Some Fascinating Things About Birds” column.
The fair will include fun activities such as pony rides, swimming, live music and more.
The exhibit, which debuted last fall at the Salem Art Association, tells the story of Kalapuyan history and culture.
The land for the latest Boys & Girls Club branch is the former homestead of developer Larry and Jeanette Epping, donated by their children in hopes it will nurture a new generation of Salem kids.
Hundreds gathered at West Salem High School Tuesday night to mourn the loss of junior Serena Brenneman.
Chomp! Chocolate was honored with an award from economic development group SEDCOR, and is celebrating its first anniversary this weekend.
Annalivia Palazzo-Angulo has spent decades fighting to improve education for Latino and Spanish-speaking students in Salem, focusing on teaching parents how to help their kids while pushing the school district to better serve everyone.
The 2022 event put on by Capital Pride was the largest yet, with nearly 140 organizations represented.