Portland General Electric did not have a cause for the outage.
Salem Reporter is launching a fundraising drive, asking readers to help with a $4,000 bill from the city of Salem – for public documents about a never-done city investigation.
Craig Smith of the Willamette Valley Genealogical Society recounts the four documented public hangings held int he 1850s in Salem.
Abortion rights, a hot-button topic across the nation, draws strong views from Oregon’s three leading gubernatorial candidates. In this continuing series, they present their stands.
The children were taken to the hospital following the crash, which occurred during morning drop-off.
Managing Editor Rachel Alexander shares the background of the latest on efforts to get commercial air service going again in Salem.
From presales to special admission options, taking a family to the Oregon State Fair
Marion County residents will vote in November on whether to ban psilocybin manufacturing and service centers in unincorporated areas of the county. The Marion County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously Wednesday to adopt an ordinance that would refer to voters a measure banning the facilities. The measure will go before[Read More…]
An undeveloped 5.5-acre forested park in south Salem will see a playground, basketball court, and improvements to attract pollinators and restore creek area in the coming years. Salem city councilors last week approved a master plan for Bailey Ridge Park, located at 3801 Tayside Street S, which spells out how[Read More…]
Two deaths in Marion County are being investigated as possibly caused by the high temperatures in the area over the last week. The Oregon State Medical Examiner’s office reported on Monday that a death in the county on July 29 and a separate death on July 30 are possibly heat[Read More…]