Medford, Ore. – A civil case in federal court that’s been looming over the city of Medford for three years has finally come to an end. U.S. District Court Judge Mark D. Clarke ruled in favor of the city of ...

ASHLAND, Ore. – A new camping ordinance went into effect in Ashland on January 17th. The law bans camping near schools and playgrounds, on walkways or near any fence, trees, buildings or vehicles. It includes exceptions for camping when there ...

MEDFORD, Ore.- January 9th marks Governor Kotek’s first year in office, and she is continuing statewide efforts toward addressing the homeless crisis by signing two executive orders. The first of those orders, EO 24-02, will maintain added capacity to the state’s ...

ASHLAND, Ore.– The Ashland City Council is considering lowering the temperature threshold for opening its emergency shelter. Many residents are already calling the proposal inhumane. If passed, the temperature threshold for opening the emergency shelter would drop from 32 degrees ...

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 ...

BROOKINGS, Ore. – A dispute between the City of Brookings and St. Timothy’s Church continues as city council members vote to uphold the abatement against the church. New council members Clayton Malmberg and Phoebe Pereda, as well as new mayor ...

ASHLAND, Ore.- Volunteers from Community Peace Meal held what it called a ‘Stand and Eat Together’ rally in the Ashland Plaza December 11th. They told NBC5 they have been using Pioneer Hall to feed food-insecure people for the past eight ...

MEDFORD, Ore.- The Crossings in Medford is set to open later this month. In 2020, the City of Medford partnered with Rogue Retreat to create an urban campground to serve the homeless. The site on Biddle Road, which housed this ...

ASHLAND, Ore.- Ashland Parks and Recreation Commission is repairing thousands of dollars’ worth of vandalism at their parks. The organization’s interim director confirmed they have a $20k budget for park maintenance each biennium. But since the start of that 2-year ...

MEDFORD, Ore.- During their city council meeting on November 16, Medford City Council members are considering approving a new contract between the city and Rogue Retreat. Rogue Retreat serves homeless and unsheltered people in Southern Oregon. They help stabilizing people ...

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