Oregon awarded $1.2 million to assist people with HIV/AIDS

Salem, Oct. 31, 2007 -- The Oregon Department of Human Services has learned it will receive a $1.2 million federal grant to support persons living with HIV/AIDS who have a co-occurring mental illness.

Sales office moves to new three-story Gables model at AmberGlen Village

New Floor Plans at central Beaverton location now open for sales Beaverton, Ore. (October 1, 2007) – A new sales office, located at 2315 NW...

Governor Calls for Assistance for Consumers Who Face Foreclosure

Salem, September 14, 2007 - Governor Kulongoski today announced several initiatives to help Oregonians who may be facing mortgage foreclosure due to the recent tightening...

State issues fines, enforcement orders in 4 mortgage lending cases

Mortgage companies failed to comply with requirements Salem, Aug. 16, 2007 — As part of its ongoing effort to protect consumers and ensure a fraud-free mortgage...

Department offers advice to help consumers avoid foreclosure

Talk to your lender early if you have problems making mortgage payments Salem, Aug. 9, 2007 — The Department of Consumer and Business Services (DCBS)...

State approves housing funds generating over $32.7 million in economic activity across Oregon

Salem, Oregon – Twelve low-income housing projects throughout Oregon will receive funding through the Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS) spring 2007 funding cycle, OHCS Director Victor Merced announced August 8, 2007

AG Myers and DCBS remind Oregonians of restitution eligibilityin $325 million Ameriquest settlement

Claim forms are going to eligible consumers, who must submit claims by September 10, 2007. Oregon Attorney General Hardy Myers joins the Department of Consumer...

Mobile Home Owners Forced to Move from a Closing Park

Due to recent law changes, there is a different credit available to mobile home owners for 2007. This credit is different from the credit...

How to win my ex trust after cheating on him

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Public Invited To Comment On System Development Charge Methodology

The Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District is accepting public comments on a proposed update to its methodology for determining system development charges. A copy...

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How To Get Your Ex Boyfriend Back - The gargantuan 10,000-square-foot house rising from the slopes of North Rim in Bend looks like an...

Villla powers up with solar panels

Mariposa Villa, the new nine-unit, transitional housing apartment complex managed by the Umpqua Community Action Network, soaks up a third of its energy from...

Double-digit price increases, quick sales shift to a more ‘normal market’ in Salem

In a year's time, the mad dash to buy houses is over. The Mid-Willamette Valley's residential real estate market has cooled. Real estate agents...

Port of Toledo strategic master plan in place

Port of Toledo officials recently adopted the Waterfront Development Strategic Plan for development of its properties along Depot Slough in the center of Toledo. Using...

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Oregon Man Pleads Guilty to Threatening Vietnamese Neighbors and Interfering with...

John Blayne Vangastel, 37, of Klamath Falls, Oregon, pleaded guilty today in the District of Oregon to one count of using threats of force to injure, intimidate and interfere with his neighbors in the enjoyment of their housing rights because they are a family of Vietnamese descent.

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House Passes Bill to Ensure 8-Year-Old Locally Supported Land Exchange in...

H.R. 699, the “Mount Hood Cooper Spur Land Exchange Clarification Act,” sponsored by Rep. Greg Walden (R-OR) passed on suspension by a vote of 415-1. Chairman Rob Bishop (R-UT) issued the following statement