The state of bees in the mid-Willamette Valley: One city bans beekeeping.
Overall, the project is more than $3 million than first envisioned. More details on the amenities emerge.
Albany is growing, and city planners are busy at work to chart out the future of the east side of the city. Now, that plan is on its way to be in front of the city council for adoption.
Rates were increased not a year ago. Here's what's driving the proposal this time around.
A woman banged on the glass with an open palm, calling "help" and asking to be let into council chambers. What happened next is interpreted differently among council members.
Another apartment complex is in the works.
It was all of the celebration and none of the normal city business on Wednesday. Except for one outgoing member who was a no-show.
While one turns a more blueish hue of purple, another goes red. Very red.
But one City Council member didn't like the emphasis on the Latinx population.
First Christian Church's port-a-potty for the unhoused prompted a monthslong discussion until city leaders finally arrived at a solution.
The bus system has been pretty much unchanged since the 1980s. Here's what's on tap.
And what the newcomers are doing to prepare for their debut in January.
Here's what the money will pay for. One spoiler: a temporary stage for River Rhythms.
But before the day arrives, historical items in the Wells Fargo building may end up in a museum. Here's what's inside.
The Albany Revitalization Agency's governing body sees a bitter last meeting for some of its members.
It's been one of the most requested features of the multimillion-dollar plan to revitalize downtown's riverfront.
The trailer will look like others around town but is a little more “techy,” according to police Chief Marcia Harnden.
Albany residents who own portable basketball hoops, may have to find a place to practice their shots elsewhere.
Ramycia McGhee wants to see people that look like her in positions of leadership.
Bryan Munson is outspoken. That’s why he is asked to speak to a lot of religious groups, political groups and gun shows, he said.
Bessie Johnson likes to see things through. That’s the reason she has served 20 years on the council, she said.
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For those seeking jobs, opportunities can be found with a little patience and ingenuity
A contractor has been selected and here's what everyone has been up to.
Another Oregon child is confirmed to have monkeypox. So far, all of Oregon's cases have been in nine counties.
More people are eligible for the monkeypox vaccine after the Oregon Health Authority changed its eligibility requirements.
Two more staff members have resigned from Albany Helping Hands amid “concerning behavior” over former board President James Sapp.
The Albany train station is looking a little different lately, and travelers are taking notice. Parallel to the train track along chain link fencing marks the site of construction of the Amtrak station.
Starting Wednesday, Sept. 14, OHA will no longer be reporting daily COVID-19 data. Health officials say they are shifting resources away from the disease to focus on other public health events, including monkeypox.
Public health must be at the forefront of addressing health concerns stemming from climate change, says the county's top health officer.
Corvallis’ emergency notification system, Corvallis Alert, is moving to a new platform.