Historic funding to the Rural Energy for America program has helped fund more than three dozen rural solar projects in Oregon this year.
The Downtown Salem Holiday Parade starts rolling at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 1. Here’s everything you need to know to enjoy the parade that will have marching bands, floats and decorated vehicles.
The group pressing to block the former president said it will continue efforts to keep Trump from appearing on primary ballots.
Up to three inches of rain is forecasted to fall over the next three days, prompting Salem to open up locations to pick up sandbags and ask residents to help clear storm drains. The National Weather Service warns of increased risk of flooding in creeks.
Gov. Tina Kotek wants the Legislature to establish minimum teacher salaries and to create a new office focused on sharing school budget data with public.
If you’d like to buy a child a gift or get coats for those who need them, here’s a guide to holiday gift drives in Salem this year.
Many substitute teachers across Oregon claim districts owe them for the time they spent taking mandatory training.
Kotek wants lawmakers to approve more funding for housing, child care, road maintenance and summer learning during the 2024 session.
Psilocybin clinic owners say they’ve drawn clients from Texas to California to New York and Indiana willing to pay hotel, airfare and food costs and up to $2,000 for the experience.
The Office of Economic Analysis last week revised its December revenue forecast, saying it overstated an expected increase in tax collections.