Salem’s city archaeologist, Kimberli Fitzgerald, delves into the history of a century-old bottle of hair tonic found during a downtown sidewalk repair in Salem.
Marion County on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against the Oregon Health Authority in a bid to force the state to treat patients accused of crimes
The Salem-Keizer School Board on Tuesday split 5-2 on a policy reaffirming the board’s commitment to antiracism.
Democratic members of Oregon’s congressional delegation criticized the decision to open an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden.
A woman reported around 3:45 a.m. Sunday that an unknown man had broken into a west Salem home and struck her. Police did not respond to questions Tuesday about whether a suspect had been arrested or if the victim needed medical treatment.
Following a heat wave last spring, Salem-Keizer School District officials said they planned to treat school windows with heat-reducing film. So far, just three projects have been completed or scheduled.
During their meeting on Monday, Sept. 11, the Salem City Council will hear the findings of the annual community belonging survey and consider a sewer rehabilitation project on Northeast Silverton Road.
Superintendent Andrea Castañeda announced an increase this week to what the Salem-Keizer School District is willing to pay teachers, while acknowledging other districts in the region are giving higher raises.
Members of a governor-appointed council say Oregon needs to temporarily loosen its land-use laws to meet Gov. Tina Kotek’s goal of building 36,000 homes per year – an idea that’s proved to be one of the more divisive proposals to address the state’s housing crisis. Over the past few months,[Read More…]
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