Author: Daisy Caballero (KGW) PORTLAND, Ore. (KGW) — The Oregon Community Foundation has been fighting to address what’s called the “opportunity gap”. Their Go Kids initiative has distributed over $2 million since 2019 to groups that directly help kids in underserved ...

WEED, Cal. – The Lincoln Heights Association will organize a benefit to re-build the community destroyed by the Mill Fire. The event starts October 22 and runs from 4 pm to 8 pm at College of the Siskiyous in Weed. ...

This Your Place Your Money features Stacy Larsen, Communications Director for AARP Oregon, who talks about age-friendly communities. She shares that AARP is hosting a series of Livability Solutions Forums in November where we can learn more about how communities ...

GRANTS PASS, Ore. – Some young entrepreneurs had a busy day on Friday in Grants Pass for Lemonade Day. It’s a program that teaches kids how to run their own lemonade business. There were 44 stands participating today, significantly more stands than its inaugural ...

GRANTS PASS, Ore. – The Rogue Gateway Rotary Club has raised $25,000 after their successful Porchfest event. We told you about the fundraiser back on June 18th which featured 30 local musical groups. People in northwest Grants Pass offered their porches ...

MEDFORD, Ore.– After a two and a half year break due to COVID, a local group that calls itself Grandmas2Go is back. The program provides family coaches to single moms, new parents and young families at no cost. The mentors ...

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — The community is banding together to gather gifts for the children of Rachael Behnke to help brighten their holiday. The Grants Pass woman’s body was discovered Thursday, nearly two weeks after she went missing. Her four ...

EAGLE POINT, Ore. — Many people in the Eagle Point community were devastated early Christmas morning 2015 when the Butte Creek Mill, the last of its kind west of the Mississippi, burned to the ground. That included then owner, Bob ...

TALENT, Ore. – City of Talent leaders came together this morning to celebrate the final steps in a temporary housing project. The Talent Transitional Housing Gateway project hopes to bring residents who lost their homes during the Almeda Fire back ...

MEDFORD, Ore. —While the pandemic has taken a toll on the business community, the city of Medford is seeing some new business downtown. “Most of them are still here and doing well,” said Renatta Tellez with the Downtown Medford Association. ...

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