Employment. Labor market.
You might think plasterers would mostly be working in plaster, but today, fireproofing makes up half of Plasterers Local 82’s work.
Is Oregon’s largest transit agency incapable of operating a single shuttle bus? You might think so given a recent TriMet board action.
More paper mill closures ahead? The nation’s second largest paper producer just gobbled up the fifth largest.
The steel framework on the new courthouse is near completion.
Multnomah County and four other cities are waiting for Portland City Council to authorize its share of funding for a study of what it would cost to install fiber-optic cable door to door.
Tool breaks down $116.5 million of overdue repairs by park and type.
Coming soon to Portland City Council is a union-backed plan for public-owned Internet access that would be cheaper than Comcast and 40 times as fast.
Construction begins in October at 10th and Alder on a 12-story, $50 million “boutique lifestyle” hotel under the Marriott International’s Moxy brand.
Redevelopment of the 32-acre downtown site will set the tone for what kind of city Portland will be.
In a major expansion of the Facebook data center in Prineville, Oregon, a general contractor is using low-wage nonunion ironworkers from out of state.