Bridal Veil may be a ghost town now, but it used to be a "grand place," according to residents.
Champions Barbershop in Northeast Portland held a barbershop forum recently where Chief Danielle Outlaw and community members had a discussion.
The Oregon City Municipal Elevator is one of only four outdoor municipal elevators in the world -- and North America's only vertical street.
As the nation's immigration battle rages on, America is struggling to find common ground. But in Portland, that common ground is being discovered on a local golf course.
The Willamette Stone is located in Portland's West Hills. It's where the first official government surveys were done.
Pat Reser's generous gift of $13 million means the "Patricia Reser Center for the Arts" in Beaverton is moving forward.
The great Trailblazer Kevin Duckworth died at the age of 44 nearly 10 years ago. The Duckworth Dock was named after him in 2009.
In Southwest Washington, a revered symbol of Northwest Native American culture is coming down.
Most people never get a street named after them. And if they do, they're usually not around to see it. But in Beaverton there's a street with a name we're all familiar with.
Portland's Waterfront Blues Festival starts Wednesday. One of the performances will pay tribute to the Candlelight Room, which helped launch the careers of many of the city's finest musicians.
From the Saturday Market to Santa Con, Skidmore Fountain has always been in the middle of a good time.
June is the height of Oregon's strawberry season and while times are changing for the fruit that has earned a worldwide reputation, they're still a big part of where we live.