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“A community should not have silent and invisible citizens, but have everyone come together to help anyone in need.” So believes Dr. Michael Kim, one of ten area residents to be honored by the Salem Photo League in their new …
The recent decision by REI to locate a new store at Keizer Station meant a loss for downtown Salem. REI, which sells outdoor gear and apparel, is the nations
Recenty Salem saw a new development in its third bridge process. The new incarnation is larger than the one approved last summer, and its proponents hope it will
There once was a three-part puzzle, each piece searching for the others. The Family YMCA of Marion & Polk Counties wanted to expand its program “Pioneering Healthy Communities.”
An innovative program that partners downtown businesses and the City of Salem hopes to bring customers downtown for discounts and promotions this holiday season. The Golden Ticket program, represented
The Oregon League of Conservation Voters, (OLCV,) has issued its Environmental Scorecard for the 2013 Oregon Legislature. The OLCV, which advocates for laws that protect Oregon’s environmental legacy, calls
On October 31, Barak Obama declared November to be National Caregiver Month. The White House noted that more than 60 million Americans deliver care to seniors or people
For 11 years Mark Kitchell, whose film Berkeley in the 60s was nominated for an Oscar, wanted to make a documentary about the history of the environmental movement.
Coming years may bring new passenger rail service through Salem that would link Portland and Vancouver, WA, to our north, down to Eugene and Springfield, to the south.
On October 14, Salem’s councilors voted to adopt the “No Parking Meter” initiative petition that was signed by about 6,000 Salem residents and 3,000 area residents this summer. The