PORTLAND — Seven months since the Portland Arts Tax was due, still only about half of people required to pay the $35 yearly tax have paid up.
“We knew that the first year would be the lowest compliance because people were the least aware of the brand new tax and the infrastructure to collect isn’t fully implemented,” said Thomas Lannom, director of …
PORTLAND — Two men forced their way inside a home around 9:30 on Monday morning when the 71-year-old man who lives there answered a knock at the door.
He says they assaulted him and stole from him before running away and disappearing into the neighborhood on Northeast 125th Place off Shaver. The victim was treated for minor injuries.
The suspects are said …
Posted by Cort Johnson on January 14, 2014
The Multnomah County Republican Party will raffle off an AR-15 rifle as part of the annual Lincoln Day Dinner in February, saying it’s a way to “celebrate the legacy of two great Republicans who demonstrated leadership and courage that all of us still lean on today: Martin Luther King, Jr and Abraham Lincoln.”
The drawing will take place at the Lincoln …
Posted by Cort Johnson on January 10, 2014
The Army National Guard has honored Central Catholic High School as part of the 9th Annual MaxPreps Football Tour of Champions.
Central Catholic finished up it’s season Number 68 in the final rankings and is one of 50 schools being honored during this season’s tour. Central Catholic (14-0) posted its first unbeaten season since the school went undefeated in the 1952 …
Posted by FM News 101 KXL on January 7, 2014
Chances are you’ve celebrated a birthday at The Old Spaghetti Factory, had dinner there before the senior prom, or had drinks in the bar while overlooking the Willamette River. The Portland institution is celebrating it’s 45th anniversary this year. According to Carson Cook, marketing director and grandson of the founders, the restaurant was started in 1969 by Guss and Sally Dussin. …