While plenty of construction is happening at the University of Oregon, building projects aren’t just limited to campus grounds. New buildings are going up all around downtown, and many more properties are being renovated.
The City of Eugene announced plans to implement an electric scooter pilot program Tuesday. It is predicted to launch in spring 2020. The plan says electric scooters are a form of “micro-mobility” that has been emerging across the United States since the company Bird launched the first fleet …
With the cost of tuition, books and rent, it’s not always easy to afford a healthy and balanced diet while pursuing a higher education. According to data from the Census Bureau,, 21% of Eugene residents are below the poverty line; however, there are several opportunities available for findin…
Governor Kate Brown issued a temporary ban on flavored vaping products in Oregon Friday. The ban includes all flavored nicotine and THC vaping products due to lung injuries nationwide.
After two years of construction, the newest addition to the University of Oregon’s landscape is now open. Tykeson Hall officially opened September 2019 for students across campus to seek out academic advising, the Career Center and new classrooms for languages and mathematics.
Two signs, reading “SHUT DOWN TAYLOR’S” and “WE ARE NOT SAFE HERE,” were zip-tied on the exterior railing of the Taylor’s Bar & Grill Tuesday morning. The signs were taken down by the bar’s staff.
After months of bargaining, classified staff from Oregon’s seven public universities and university administrators reached a tentative contract agreement on Saturday morning. The 22-hour bargaining session prevented a strike scheduled for Sept. 30, according to the union’s website.
A Nike retail store will move into a 6,500 square-foot space in the 5th Street Public Market as part of the market’s expansion, Brian Obie, the CEO of the market’s parent company, announced in a press release Thursday afternoon.
PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center, located a few blocks from the University of Oregon campus, has been under a modified lockdown since Tuesday morning after a man allegedly harassed a provider and security staff, left and threatened to return, according to Eugene Police spokesperson Me…
July was the hottest month recorded in history, according to a statement released by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Aug. 15. Regions of the world are experiencing the heat at staggering rates, including Alaska, Europe, the Hawaiian islands, the Arctic and Asia.
Four years ago, 21 students sued the United States government for contributing to climate change for decades through carbon dioxide emissions. The case made progress in the court system despite the many attempts to block it by the federal government. Last year, however, it came to a screechi…
The Oregon Liquor Control Commission will be increasing its liquor licensing fees on October 1st for the first time in 70 years, according to a July 15 press release. The OLCC has experienced an average growth of 454 new licenses per year over the past 10 years, according to a presentation m…
Update 5:00 p.m. on Thursday: Mt. Pisgah will be closed through the weekend to fight the ongoing fire, according to a tweet from the Lane County government.
The parent company of GateHouse Media, which bought local newspaper The Register-Guard last year, said Monday that it will acquire its competitor Gannett Co. for $1.4 billion.
Track and field fans got their first chance to buy tickets for the 2020 Olympic track and field trials and see the national unveiling of the reconstructed Hayward Field last Thursday.
On June 12, Amy Baker found swastikas painted all over her company’s building, the Threadbare Print House — about 20 in all. The neighboring businesses were unscathed.
Every two seconds, someone somewhere in the United States needs blood.
The Eugene City Council passed a resolution Monday condemning white nationalism and a number of other forms of bigotry, including homophobia, sexism, transphobia and anti-semitism. The decision was unanimous after revisions and a re-vote, held Wednesday. However, the first vote, held on Mond…
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A typical day at work turned into anything but when a car drove through the Yumberry Bowl storefront at 13th Avenue and High Street on June 30.
Getting drunk in the parking lot before a University of Oregon football game is a longstanding tradition, and as of May 20, people tailgating outside Autzen Stadium will have a couple more hours to do so permanently.
Complaints against employees and officers of the Eugene Police Department increased 20 percent from 2017 to 2018, according to an audit released last week.
The decision on whether Taylor’s Bar & Grill will get its liquor license back is not expected to be made final until at least October, according to OLCC spokesperson Matthew Van Sickle.