A fire tore through the roof of the St. Joseph Catholic Church on Thursday, Aug. 31, delaying the start of school by a week.
Salem’s latest street mural, located on the intersection of Southeast Leffelle Street and Southeast Church Street, was inspired by the native flora and fauna of the neighborhood.
Monster trucks, obstacle courses and quads made a splash at the Pavilion Saturday during one of the final events of the Oregon State Fair.
Brian Fields West, M.D. of Beaverton, Oregon, passed away on August 20, 2023. Brian was born on May 13, 1983, in Salem, Oregon to David and Mary Grace West. A valedictorian at Sprague High School, Brian was a scholar-athlete whose accomplishments earned him a sponsorship from Reebok for his USTA[Read More…]
On Wednesday, Sept. 6, the Oregon State Capitol steps will be lit by hundreds of lights, each honoring a cancer survivor or a person who died from it. It’s part of a nationwide effort to advocate for policies that reduce cancer and fund research.
As the city of Salem goes through its historic Ben Maxwell photo collection, Kimberli Fitzgerald, Salem’s historic preservation officer, is reviewing the text accompanying photos and sharing her findings with readers.
Monster trucks and demolition derby will take to the arena at the state fairgrounds in Salem during the long weekend.
A man with a lengthy criminal history has been arrested on accusations of first-degree arson after police say he started a dumpster fire early Thursday morning that spread to the St. Joseph church building in Salem.
Parishioners turned out despite a rainy afternoon in a showing of faith and grief after a five-alarm fire caused severe damage to the St. Joseph Catholic Church sanctuary Thursday.
After an early morning five-alarm fire extensively damaged the St. Joseph church sanctuary, parishioners gathered in the rain outside for a noon mass Thursday. Police arrested a man on suspicion of arson.