Corvallis has inadequately invested in itself, according to the city manager, who says failure is inevitable without a course correction.
Beavers baseball may get a new hitting facility at Goss Stadium.
It's good news for the city, but it took some time to get it.
The city is pulling one out of George H.W. Bush's playbook and saying, "No new taxes" for a levy renewal proposal headed for the November ballot.
Already, the city has heard from some residents who are upset about the gutter leaf pick-up, which they say endangers cyclists.
Billed as the “premier tabletop gaming convention in the mid-valley,” the C3 GameCon is evolving for its second annual event.
Corvallis city elections featured ranked choice voting for the first time in 2022, leaving some voters with questions about how the system wor…
There are two, but city staff are coming up with some of their own because the submissions are viewed as pricey. The city has $1 million from the Oregon Legislature to spend.
Two weeks after leaving at least $270,000 "on the table," a minority of councilors tried to reopen negotiations with the utility.
Seen through the lens of potential lawsuits, the city's attorney cautions against allowing a safe zone at city some parks while others are being cleared.
Corvallis officials approved more help for low-income residents to pay city services bills, but many people may not know the opportunity exists.
Environmental advocates opposed to fossil fuels are calling on Corvallis officials to walk away from any future deals with NW Natural.
Corvallis officials are supporting a $50 million, 174-unit affordable housing development in South Corvallis.
Corvallis officials heard an update about a new way to address homelessness in the city during a council meeting earlier this week.
The results may not be known until December. Here's why.
But with the city's first crack at ranked choice voting, it's not a sure thing because he's not at 50% yet.
One of three candidates for Corvallis mayor, Andrew Struthers is ready for his close-up.
Corvallis mayoral candidate and former City Councilor Charles Maughan credits the city's parks and recreation programs for giving his children…
It's kind of like a rematch, but with a third challenger.
Corvallis officials are begrudgingly complying with new climate-driven state rules that make it so developers won't need to provide parking in…
The resolution draws a direct connection between climate change and housing insecurity in the city.
Corvallis leaders put the city's transit provider on notice: For breaking its contract with the city, it may be held financially accountable a…
The one-time funds must be spent by the end of June 2023.
Here's how next year's program will look different.
Climate activists calling for a Green New Deal made their voices heard by the Corvallis City Council again this week.