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Links 1 through 10 of 100 by Ken Aaron tagged buckmannews

Parents of Buckman Elementary, an arts magnet school in SE Portland, are petitioning the principal overturn a new ban on Halloween costumes.

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Residents in the Buckman neighborhood are unhappy about a plan to renovate and expand Central Catholic High School and will take their case to the Portland City Council on Sept. 15.

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Finding a parking spot in Portland's close-in eastside industrial area is becoming increasingly tough -- with a new streetcar line, downtown employees using streets as a park-and-ride, and lengthy construction eating up limited spots.

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The neighborhood committee behind the effort to get part of the Buckman neighborhood registered on the National Register of Historic Places will present its early work to the city's Landmarks Commission on Monday, June 27th.

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The best way to attract, retain and grow businesses is not through branding and marketing, but rather by lowering the cost of doing business, according to David Lorati, president of the Central Eastside Industrial Council and a business owner.

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Central Catholic High School has stood in Southeast Portland, at Stark Street and 24th Avenue, for 72 years. If enough money can be raised, school officials would like to update campus buildings – many that were built in the 1940s.

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The Buckman neighborhood's simple American Foursquare homes may not be the signature work of a famous architect, but they're part of the area's turn-of-the-century character that neighbors feel is worth saving.

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Southeast Portland's Red & Black Cafe, a worker-owned collective that made news last summer when a police officer was asked to leave during a coffee break, wants to buy the building it's housed in and turn the upper floors into five rooms for low-income residents.

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In Portland's historic industrial heartland, businesses new and old are making pom-poms, curing meats, designing clothes—and creating jobs

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David Guettler, owner of River City Bicycles in Portland's central eastside, was named Retailer of the Year by Bicycle Retailer and Industry News at an award ceremony last night...

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