ASHLAND, Ore.- The Ashland Sunrise Project is continuing its Speaker Series with its second presentation titled, “What it means to Belong”. The Ashland Sunrise Project is a part of the Oregon Remembrance Project, which aims to help former sundown towns ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – The Ashland City Council has approved up to $75 million in bonds to finance a new water treatment plant but a petition by concerned residents is against the considerably large price tag. The city’s current water treatment ...

ASHLAND, Ore. – The Ashland City Council voted this week  not to open a 30 bed shelter in city limits. Council members voted 5-1 Tuesday to decline a state grant to have a 30 bed homeless shelter in the city. ...

ASHLAND, Ore. — Ashland City Council approved the first reading of an ordinance to adopt a new parks, trails, and open space map. According to Ashland Parks and Recreation, Ashland’s per capita parkland has grown to be one of the ...

ASHLAND, Ore. —  In an effort to get access to more jail space the Ashland City Council has updated its inter-governmental agreement with the county jail. According to Ashland Police Chief Tighe O’Meara, the APD has rented dedicated jail bed ...

ASHLAND, Ore.- Three firefighters from Ashland Fire and Rescue were presented with Fire Life Saving awards during the Ashland City Council meeting that took place on February 20th. Retired Captain Todd Beck and Firefighters Ty Haggard and Matt Brown were ...

ASHLAND, Ore. – Ashland will have a new Interim City Manager following the resignation of its former City Manager back in October. Joe Lessard served until October 2023, but according to Ashland City Council, remains on paid leave until the ...

ASHLAND, Ore.- Ashland approved the new camping ordinance during their December 19th meeting. According to Ashland Mayor Tonya Graham, the ordinance passed four to two again, meaning the ordinance will take effect thirty days after the vote. While the law will ...

ASHLAND, Ore.- Ashland’s new homeless camping ordinance could become law when the city council brings it back for a 2nd reading on December 19th. According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Oregon has the second highest percentage ...

ASHLAND, Ore.– The City of Ashland is working to pass a new camping ordinance that could go into effect as soon as next month. The new law provides clarity on where, when and how people can camp in public spaces. ...

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