A cyberattack continues to disrupt campus life at Wlllamette University. Authorities are releasing little information about the attack that occurred on Tusday, Feb. 20 – the same day the university was holding a tech conference.
Jim Sellers, former Oregon journalist and state agency employee, writes a regular column to help thousands in Salem deal with the confusing world of Medicare and federal benefits. He’s available to answer your questions.
The city shared additional details about the proposed development for what is referred to as Block 50, which includes 230 apartments, 15% of them affordable, and hopes for a grocery store.
Commissioners on Wednesday approved a five-year strategic plan intended to boost the county’s economy and employment.
A dozen parks will get money from the Salem Parks Improvement Fund this year, a record number for the 18-year-old program.
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.
A “hub” of social services in downtown Salem is intended to help people more efficiently, providing one place to connect with several organizations. The concept hinges on funding from legislators now in session.
OREGON NEWS: Police and prosecutors support House Bill 4002, but civil rights advocates warn that it would usher in Oregon’s return to the failed war on drugs.
AROUND OREGON: Greg Smith formed a consulting business at the same time he entered the Oregon House. The Republican state representative recently reported his annual household income has topped $1 million. A new ethics disclosure requirement may reveal more about where that money comes from.
During its meeting on Monday, Feb. 26, the Salem City Council took steps toward improvements to Northeast Front Street and Northwest Marine Drive.