Crosswalk crash deja vu in Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - News
Case of 83-year-old Norma Gabriel being killed by a FedEx driver April 26 being compared to cases in 2013 and '14, one involving a Milwaukie police…

Scandinavians and residents again celebrate summer at The…

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The Scandinavian peoples these days come to Oaks Park for their midsummer celebration; again this year, THE BEE was there

Police, K-9s, FBI, airplane track Woodstock Wells Fargo…

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The bank has been robbed before. This time, the cops and the FBI were ready, with multiple ways of tracking

GBBA offers local 'Business Fair' at BAC meeting

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The annual Board election for the Brooklyn Action Corps neighborhood association was enlived with a business fair

Armed thugs rob Powell Boulevard bar

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Both the Powell Boulevard business and its patrons lost cash to the two armed bandits who behaved as if they would use their weapons

'Portland Pickles' baseball opens for season in Southeast

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How come people in Vancouver know more about, and make a point of attending, these Southeast baseball games than locals do?

New on S.E. 28th - no northbound traffic from Holgate…

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You no longer can turn north from Holgate Boulevard on Southeast 28th; here's why and how it happened

Community turns out for annual Woodstock Boulevard cleanup

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Once a year, near the start of summer, businesspeople and residents turn out on Woodstock Boulevard to spruce it up

Police save man in Brentwood-Darlington from drug overdose

The Bee - News
They came to arrest him. Instead, they saved his life. But when he recovers, they will still arrest him

Woodstock Farmers Market opens to pent-up demand

The Bee - News
Another popular Inner Southeast Farmers Market has reopened for the year -- running weekly on Sundays, into October

Brentwood-Darlington learns about 'Community Assessment…

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Sometimes a clearer idea of a neighborhood's needs comes from outside than inside the community

Sellwood Pool opens just in time for heat wave

The Bee - News
There was money in the last Parks Bond Issue to pay for needed renovation of the historic Sellwood Pool. Over the past winter it got done

'Buddhist Fest' moves to Creston Park

The Bee - News
Inner Southeast is given to celebrating various kinds of diversity -- ethnic, and religious. This one focused on one of the world's largest religions

Creston specialist gets PTA 'Teacher of the Year Award'

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Creston School teacher gets recognition for her efforts to keep the kids reading -- even over summer vacation

Thousands take in 'Adult Swim' in Riverfront Park

The Bee - News
This particular swim does not need a pool, or even water -- it involves watching and celebrating cartoons

Tots get first eye exam at OHSU clinic in Oaks Park

The Bee - News
Kids need vision testing early -- you'd be surprised how many of them are having problems with seeing

Hopes for 'Balfour Park' still alive in Ardenwald

The Bee - News
This park has been on the drawing board, awating funds, for quite some time. But don't give up yet

'Share-It Square' painted intersection refreshed for summer

The Bee - News
A painted intersection has to be repainted each year to keep it looking fresh; but this one changes a bit with each painting

BUSINESS BRIEFS

The Bee - News
A lesson in salesmanship is illustrated by a lesson in the use of Photoshop, by a master of both -- in Sellwood

FROM THE EDITOR

The Bee - News
If you haven't learned how to re-scan your digital TV's tuner, better figure it out... The local channels are going to be on the move again

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

The Bee - News
One of our letter-writers this month calls your attention to a fine new walking trail at the west end of the Sellwood Bridge

Friends fondly remember Norma Gabriel, killed in crosswalk

Clackamas Review - News
83-year-old Sellwood resident dies May 10 from injuries she suffered being hit by a FedEx van turning into the Milwaukie Transit Center

FedEx driver makes Milwaukie transit-center crosswalk deadly

Clackamas Review - News
Lake Oswego resident pleads no contest and pays a $260 traffic ticket for failing to yield to Norma Gabriel; Jason James Fletcher also paid a total…

Pamplin launches new websites for dozens of communities

Portland Tribune - News
Regular visitors to this website will see something quite different today: an updated digital presence from the only news organization that covers…

Nine new members elected to ENA Board in tense meeting at…

The Bee - News
There were some significant changes to the Eastmoreland Neighborhood Association Board this year

Statue and tribute in Southeast honor K-9s killed in line…

The Bee - News
They act fearlessly for the public, and save their officers' lives -- sometimes, at the cost of their own

111th Multnomah County Fair drew big crowds to Oaks Park

The Bee - News
For 111 years, the Multnomah County Fair has been part of our lives; for the last two decades, it has been so without any help from the county itself

Woodstock's 'Lake Carlton' is back - raising questions

The Bee - News
The ducks think it's a lake; the residents think it's a road; and heaven knows what the city thinks it is

Locomotive 4449 gives special ride to retiring railroad man

The Bee - News
If you were a railroader, this is exactly the way you would want to retire

Man killed in hit-run while dashing across 82nd Avenue

The Bee - News
The pedestrian made a fatal mistake; the driver made a very poor choice

Tucker Maxon School celebrates 70 years, as Trailblazers'…

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Nothing like an energetic sports mascot to energize a room of young students and their teachers

Massage brings two Woodstock Navy Veterans together

The Bee - News
Two generations of military service meet, and a friendship develops between them, in Woodstock

Westmoreland's 'Buttercraft' suffers break-in on Milwaukie…

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Commercial break-ins are a hazard of doing business -- even in Inner Southeast, where the crime rate is lower than elsewhere in Portland

Falling façade showers bricks onto Division St. sidewalk

The Bee - News
It looked like an earthquake had hit -- but the fire department said the building remained safe

Two Cleveland High students reach Eagle Scout rank

The Bee - News
Troop 64 must surely by now be one of the leading Boy Scount Troops in the entire country in producing Eagle Scouts

Oops: Impaired driver rear-ends motorcycle cop

The Bee - News
It could have turned tragic, but the officer was not seriously hurt in the mishap

Cruise-In keeps 'Avenue of Roses Parade' spirit alive

The Bee - News
A threat of violence by an extremist group abruptly cancelled the first Rose Festival event of the year

Llewellyn fourth grader wins regional spelling championship

The Bee - News
A young Westmoreland student came out on top, in a metro spelling bee

Hunted car thief 'treed' on 57th Avenue rooftop

The Bee - News
Snoozing bandit smashes his way out of capture, only to be caught on a rooftop

Woodstock 'Chainsaw Bandit' sentenced to seven years in jail

The Bee - News
He menaced the clerk with a chainsaw, then sauntered outside and hung around until he was arrested; now he's on his way to prison

Brooklyn fights to start up its own Summer…

The Bee - News
If the city won't step up to keep its popular Brooklyn program going, then Brooklyn seems ready to do it for them

Disturbed dog, menacing kids, subdued by cops

The Bee - News
The unidentified dog in Brentwood-Darlington menaced adults and kids until police shot it; the dog should survive

Eastmorelanders pause 'historical district'…

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The angry rancor was replaced with a peaceful neighborhood party -- a start at restoring the character of Eastmoreland

Thieves stealing garden plants in Brooklyn

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Petty thieves are now not just smashing and grabbing from cars, they're now also violating private yards...

Students preview renovated Franklin High, set for…

The Bee - News
The time while Frankin High runs its program at the Marshall Campus in Lents is coming to an end

BUSINESS BRIEFS

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Short stories about local businesses, in THE BEE's 'Business Briefs' section

FROM THE EDITOR

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Propaganda, bias, 'fake news' - and the role of THE BEE

Moreland Farmers Market begins 12th season, making…

The Bee - News
This is the Market's third location -- now it's going to have to find a fourth

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

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The 'letters to the editor' gives readers their chance to contribute to the reporting in THE BEE

Wild spring windstorm downs trees, blacks out…

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When the storm blew into Southeast, trees toppled, limbs fell, and the power went out

Motel death investigation on Powell turns into…

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It all started with a 'suspicious vehicle' report -- followed by a pursuit, a discovered murder; and finally an arrest

City threatens cancellation of Brooklyn Park summer…

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A longtime and loved city program for the Brooklyn neighborhood may be at its end

Speeding motorcyclist killed in Powell Blvd crash

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High speed claims another life on S. E. Powell Boulevard

New pedestrian safety work on Powell Blvd near…

The Bee - News
Keeping pedestrians safe near a state highway is even more important near a high school

'Metal Beavers' score high at robotics competition

The Bee - News
The FIRST competition builds tech experts of the future -- and helps kids, some of them disadvantaged, get into college

Sellwood cut-through traffic problems persist

The Bee - News
Beset with commuters -- many of them from Clackamas County, trying to cut ahead of the line on Tacoma Street to cross the Sellwood Bridge -- Sellwood…

Meet Cleveland's Rose Festival Princess: Biftu Amin

The Bee - News
Last month we reported on Franklin High's choice; here's this year's Princess for Cleveland High!

Reward offered in Division Street felony hit-and-…

The Bee - News
We told you about this crime last month; now the police ask your help in finding the culprit

Police seek Sellwood KeyBank robber

The Bee - News
A bandit strikes at a bank in the heart of Sellwood

'Cleveland school cluster' gets a say in road…

The Bee - News
All these potholes don't just affect motorists -- they also impact bike riders and pedestrians too

Road-raging biker threatened with gun on Harney…

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Reportedly, a weapon was pulled -- but there were no witnesses to corroborate it

Sellwood's Puppet Museum expands projects and…

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Sellwood's little puppet museum is now drawing attention from far and wide

Brooklyn metal artists - making huge artworks to…

The Bee - News
'Art writ large' fashioned by metal artists living in Brooklyn

Armed robber pummels pub patron on SE 82nd

The Bee - News
The bandit yelled a racial threat before he departed -- the police are still looking for him

Southeast homeowners' tree questions, after the…

The Bee - News
So branches, or even a tree, blew down in the recent windstorm -- what do you do about it?

Bank on Johnson Creek Blvd held up; robber in…

The Bee - News
The bank is in the Fred Meyer Store on Johnson Creek Boulevard

Peace pole planted at Fire Station 20

The Bee - News
If you haven't seen these around, most likely you will; they're turning up all over

Driver flees Woodstock hit-and-run

The Bee - News
Though those who stay at an accident often don't even get a ticket, some still hit and run -- and face jail

Firefighters rescue man from burning house on SE…

The Bee - News
The fire was quickly quelled, but firefighters also performed a rescue

Pedestrian hit after stepping into SE 82nd traffic

The Bee - News
Disoriented pedestrian injured, south of Holgate on the Avenue of Roses

Shoplifter roughs up grocery store workers on Flavel

The Bee - News
A shoplifting went bad, fists flew, and the suspect ran off empty-handed

Faking accident, bandit carjacks vehicle - which…

The Bee - News
An old scam is used to briefly steal a car near Mt. Scott Park

BUSINESS BRIEFS

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Latest news items from Inner Southeast Portland businesses in THE BEE

FROM THE EDITOR

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Recalling a forgotten epic windstorm in 1981 that swept through the Northwest

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

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THE BEE's readers generated one of our most action-packed Letters column ever, this month

Shed fire on SE 63rd blamed on vagrants

The Bee - News
With 'nuisance' complaints in the area, a shed catches fire

Long McLoughlin Blvd repair project underway

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Here's what's going on with McLoughlin Boulevard as the highway reconstruction project starts

Eastmoreland proceeds with Historic District…

The Bee - News
The poll results were split; a divided ENA Board votes to proceed

Franklin High: New buildings joining historic…

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The makeover and update of the historic high school continues on target for a fall reopening

Community turns out in the rain for St. Patrick's…

The Bee - News
It's a tradition that rain will fall during this parade, and it happened again this year -- deterring nobody

Welcome to Sellwood Riverfront Park!

The Bee - News
It's not the first time this popular park has been under water when the river is high

Man killed in 82nd Avenue business confrontation

The Bee - News
The Grand Jury heard the case against the businessman who fired the shot -- and decided 'no true bill'

Former students arrested in Cleveland High arson…

The Bee - News
No motive has emerged for the incident, but one of the accused posted a video online of the two setting the fires

Head-on crash on Harney Street hospitalizes two

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A headon crash on a neighborhood street is unusual. So is a second crash caused by the first one

Powell Blvd mishap sends car into tree (tree wins)

The Bee - News
It has become the struggle of our time -- keeping a car on the road and in the lane, with distracted drivers around

Honor Roll student is Franklin High's Rose Festival…

The Bee - News
Rose Festival season approaches -- signalled by the choosing of school Princesses

SUV drifts off Bybee and crunches into pole

The Bee - News
Paramedics speculated that a medical emergency of some sort might have been responsible

Southeast 'Tool Library' grows, moves, needs…

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The idea of a nonprofit acting as a lending library for tools is not new -- but this one's location is

Pedestrian hit by truck in Creston-Kenilworth

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No explanation has been offered yet as to whether the driver or the pedestrian was at fault

Eastmoreland mugging suspect arrested

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It happened a number of months ago, but Portland Police did not let the case go cold

Annual auction, and spy-themed dinner, raise funds…

The Bee - News
The theme of the event changes yearly; this year it was Bond. James Bond.

Police seek tagger responsible for 'hate graffiti'…

The Bee - News
Graffiti has seemed on the upswing in Inner Southeast of late -- legally, it's vandalism. Sometimes, as here, it's worse...

Cleveland thespians 'Acting Out' an original play

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This original production at CHS is an intimate 'play within a play' in which the audience has a say

Hit and run driver strikes woman on Division Street

The Bee - News
She survived -- no thanks to the driver who hit her and kept on going

Brooklyn man recovers from shooting; Grand Jury…

The Bee - News
As concerns last month's 'distraught man with fake gun' -- here's the rest of the story

Driver sought in two hit-and-run crashes

The Bee - News
If this guy took Driver's Ed, he did not master the skills, and now he is wanted

Stolen-car joyride ends in Holgate smashup

The Bee - News
Recipe for arrest: Steal a car, joyride, run into a police car, speed away, crash into a parked car. Simple.

Transient bolts from smoldering house on SE 63rd

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Officials don't know if she was responsible for the fire or not, but she sure could run

A 'Food forest' sprouts in Ardenwald

The Bee - News
Urban farming is a trend we've reported on before. This project takes the next step...

Sellwood woman helps plan historic Benson High's…

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As CHS celebrates its first century, a local woman helps another local school plan for theirs

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