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Edwards Vacuum, a supplier of semiconductor vacuum and abatement solutions, has completed and opened its new high-tech innovation and manufacturing centre in Hillsboro.
The 75,000-square foot, state-of-the-art facility will serve as the North American semiconductor headquarters for the U.K.-based firm, creating 100 new high-tech jobs.
Immigrant rights advocates are looking for legal and political help to prevent U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement from detaining people at county courthouses.
That's the most complaints of any month this year—and up 35 percent from June, when Oregonians filed 7,189 complaints.
A larger vehicle will enable Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Clinic to provide better service to migrant workers and school children in the two counties it serves.
The new mobile clinic made its debut Tuesday, Aug. 6, in a ceremony at The Round/Beaverton City Hall during National Health Center Week. It also was scheduled for a stop Friday, Aug. 9, in Cornelius.
Nearly two dozen government officials met Wednesday to discuss different retrofitting options for one of the state’s most important and imperiled water sources.
Student voices don't fall upon deaf ears.
Future Connect students at Portland Community College, PCC leaders and high school students interning at the City of Hillsboro greeted U.S. Rep. Suzanne Bonamici, a Beaverton Democrat, at the Hillsboro Civic Center on Monday, Aug. 5.
Anti-gun violence activists in Oregon have announced a signature-gathering training session for their planned ballot measure in response to the two mass shootings in the country over the weekend.
The training will take place Sunday afternoon in North Portland. The measure, which includes firearm storage and other requirements, is aimed for the November 2020 general election ballot.
The horrific mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio have reignited the gun debate in America. The topic was front and center Sunday at Democratic Senator Ron Wyden's planned town hall in Beaverton.