Family | local | Recreation | Environment | Parents | NW LifeThe Register-Guard | June 18, 2017 9:31 a.m. | Eugene, Oregon
Rowdy Briggs and his mom have averaged at least a hike a week since he was 5 months old, logging more than 150 miles on the trail in wind, rain and even snow.
GrandMas2Go parent coaches will be available at no cost to families and, Otto says, will help rebuild the village on which communities have long relied to create strong families and healthy, happy children.
Business | Health | NW Life | Family | Nation | local | Election | Politics | News | Parents | EconomyOPB | Jan. 30, 2017 10:49 a.m. | Portland
Tuesday is the last day to enroll for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. And despite concerns it'll be replaced, more Oregonians have signed up this year than all previous years.
Business | Health | History | Family | World | Nation | local | Education | Election | Politics | News | Parents | Economy | NW LifeOPB | Jan. 27, 2017 4:45 p.m. | Portland
Leaders from Portland’s churches, mosques and synagogues called Friday for a united front against President Trump’s new executive orders on immigration.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown says it's not clear what effect President Trump's executive order on sanctuary cities will have on state government.
Business | Health | NW Life | Family | Nation | local | Election | Politics | News | Parents | EconomyOPB | Jan. 25, 2017 2:32 p.m. | Portland
A panel of Oregon’s top health care legislators outlined their plans Wednesday for the upcoming session.
The idea of giving workers paid time off to care for a new baby or an elderly parent has long been a priority of the left. But now the idea is gaining traction with some Republicans in the Washington Legislature.
Business | Health | NW Life | Family | Science | Nation | local | Election | Politics | News | Parents | Economy | TechnologyOPB | Jan. 13, 2017 10 a.m. | Portland
Oregon has been granted a new waiver from the federal government to continue transforming its health care system.
Thursday evening had been tough for 6-year-old Billy, who has autism. He learned that school was canceled the next morning because of weather and that meant his Christmas party at Sherwood Heights Elementary School wouldn’t happen either.