MEDFORD, Ore. —With fire season almost upon us, safety along the Bear Creek Greenway, is getting more important. For Medford’s Livability Team, fire season brings a heightened sense of urgency to the work they do. “The fire danger that is ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. – County-owned off-trail areas along the Bear Creek Greenway will be closed to the public Wednesday until the end of fire season. County Administrator Danny Jordan said dry brush, an abundant fuel source, will create dangerous conditions ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. —Jackson County Commissioners Wednesday morning, approved the closure of off-trail areas on the Bear Creek Greenway, during fire season. The order closes all county-owned off-trail areas of the greenway, for the public’s safety. The 2020 Almeda Fire ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. —Jackson County leaders, discussing potentially closing areas of the Bear Creek Greenway, this fire season. County commissioners will talk about the possibility of closing county-owned, off-trail areas of the Bear Creek Greenway, in their regular business meeting, ...

MEDFORD, Ore — A local volunteer group is looking for donations to continue its support of homeless people in Medford. Judi’s Midnight Diner says its been serving up to 150 people along the Bear Creek Greenway, each week since last ...

MEDFORD, Ore. —More unhoused people in our community each night are at risk, as the weather gets colder. Medford Police’s Livability Team is working to get those on the streets into urban campgrounds. The livability team says getting people off ...

ASHLAND, Ore. – Investigators have identified the man whose body was found near the Bear Creek Greenway in Ashland. Police said on Thursday, November 18, human remains were discovered by a mushroom hunter alongside the railroad tracks near Mountain View ...

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — The Bear Creek Greenway is looking a little more refreshed today, after over 200 volunteers cleaned up trash. In honor of National Public Lands Day, 9 different locations were established from Central Point up to Ashland ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – Months after the City of Medford passed a camping ordinance, police are continuing to sweep the Bear Creek Greenway collecting trash. At about 5:30a.m. Tuesday morning they swept another camp, but this time they met resistance. TBone, ...

MEDFORD, Ore. —The massive Bear Creek Greenway clean-up project continues in Medford. But as the livability team works on more campsites, homeless advocates continue the fight. Medford Police say it’s cleaned up 99 camps so far since the passage of ...

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