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One local woman is trying to make a difference after her nephew died from a fentanyl overdose.
A Portland woman decided to take matters into her own hands after having trouble finding the hair care products she needed.
His voice has been bouncing off the halls of Vancouver schools for about two decades, but this year, a well-known district resource officer is officially retiring.
A Northeast Portland boutique owner is making sure that future generations are well versed in mannequin styling.
The parents of a local teen with profound autism are building the Estuary Center, so their aging son has a place where he can learn life skills and find a community.
Another annual event is back (mostly) in person this year! The Humane Society for Southwest Washington’s Walk/Run for the Animals returns this May.
For the first time since the pandemic started, a big Easter weekend event is back live and in person.
A local nonprofit is making sure that elderly homeowners can age in peace without worrying about yard work or upkeep they can no longer physically do.
The state competition for the Washington Special Olympics was recently canceled due to COVID-19 cases — but one local group without any cases says they worked too hard to not show off their talents.