Salem artist Dago Benavidez will speak about the cultural roots of Latino Oregonians reflected in his art exhibit during a reception at the World Beat Gallery on Wednesday, Sept. 7.
Kseniia Hnatovska fled her home in Ukraine with her husband, mother and 19-month-old daughter soon after the Russian invasion. Now, they’re settling into a home in Englewood and hoping to find work and stability.
Members of the Marion-Polk County Medical Society helped pull weeds and
Salem has two returning events on the calendar at city parks in September, hosted by Willamette Vital Health.
An on-site clinic that opened in early August means guests at the region’s largest women’s shelter can get counseling and needed prescriptions where they’re staying.
From barrel racing to lumberjacks, we’ve got a look at this year’s state fair highlights. The fair runs through Labor Day in Salem.
Volunteers painted a colorful street mural at the intersection of Northeast Columbia and Hazel streets over the weekend.
As the state fair runs this week, Willamette Heritage Center curator Kylie Pine dug up archival photos of one of the fair’s main food attractions in the 1950s.
Managing Editor Rachel Alexander talks planned street murals, pay raises for Salem educators, and a collection of historic Oregon travel photos from the 1930s.
The day-long music festival Saturday drew a few hundreds people to Riverfront Park and served as an unofficial opening for the amphitheater stage.