More than 1,000 state government employees joined a union rally at the state Capitol Thursday, urging state officials to pay better wages.
Columnist Pamela Ferrara explains how two different surveys are used to give a snapshot of the Salem economy and available jobs.
As the union representing about half of Oregon’s state workforce negotiates its contract, union leaders say vacant positions and mandatory overtime are hampering services to Oregonians
The seven people killed and four injured were farm workers heading to homes in the Salem and Woodburn area.
The state Revenue Department hopes to make people pay up by publishing a list of delinquent taxpayers on its website starting July 14. Residents of Marion and Polk counties recorded liens totaling nearly $48 million
The ongoing Republican Senate walkout leaves logistics of passing a budget an open question.
A coalition rebuilding trails in the Santiam Canyon and Chemeketa’s student winemakers were among those honored at the annual tourism awards.
The property at 295 Commercial St S.E. was slated for a rehabilitation facility before the company decided the improvement wasn’t financially feasible. Salem will spend $3.5 million on the purchase.
Hundreds of apartments are under construction in Salem’s core, along with several projects to add new stores and businesses. Here’s a guide to what’s underway.
Salem’s heavy employment in state government meant fewer lost jobs in 2020 – but hospitality and health care jobs still haven’t recovered to pre-pandemic levels, columnist Pamela Ferrara writes.