Birthing services set to end at Legacy Mount Hood Medical Center in Gresham
Legacy Mount Hood Medical Center will not be delivering babies as of midnight on March 17, though the hospital is still waiting for approval to formally stop providing these services.
Gresham-Barlow district shares report on school resource officers
The report finds support for campus officers, but students and staff want de-escalation and anti-bias training.
Weekday Wrap: A tale of two Pendleton motels; homeless services in Gresham and a university’s organic apple orchard in Idaho
A Gresham man could serve 20 years in prison for wire fraud after creating a fake business and applying for PPP loans. Portland-area pets may be out of luck in emergency situations due to a critical shortage of certified veterinary technicians. A mother and her two kids are making Worry Monsters and sending them to students in Uvalde.
Latino Network raising $18M for new Gresham community center
Latino Network plans to build a new community center in Gresham, providing family and educational services to the Latinx community in east Multnomah County.
Gresham police pauses school resource officer program, affecting three school districts
The program that assigns Gresham police to school buildings is on hold, with officers being reassigned to patrol duties. The city cited staffing shortages.
Multnomah County plans to buy TriMet park-and-ride to build $126M library in Gresham
Multnomah County will build a new $126 million library in Gresham, on land that is currently a TriMet property.
Keanon Lowe, who embraced armed Parkrose High School student, writes about Oregon life in ‘Hometown Victory’
In 2019, Keanon Lowe made international headlines when he stopped a young man with a shotgun at the Portland high school where he worked. Now, he's published an autobiography.
Workers at Gresham cannabis operation walk out, say company blocking unionization efforts
Workers and officials with the United Food and Commercial Workers Local 555 said the company CBN Holdings has been interfering with organizing efforts involving about 20 employees who work in multiple facets of the operation
TriMet starts driver training on super-sized buses along Division Street
This week, people will see TriMet’s new FX buses traveling on Division Street between Downtown Portland and Gresham as operator training begins.
Gresham shifts police officers while ‘struggling’ to fill vacancies
The city of Gresham recently announced it will be shifting some of its police officers from specialty divisions to patrol duties as a way to address vacancies on the force.