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Opinion: Blacklisting rule will force many contractors to abandon federal marketplace

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$10,000 green walls take root in houses

By SOLVEJ SCHOU

With grow lights and self-circulating drip water systems, built-in green walls can cost up to $200 a square foot.


Pendleton speeds up city hall repairs

Pendleton officials are taking action to speed up fire damage repairs on the old city hall.


Timberline Trail open after upgrades

An iconic pathway around Oregon's tallest mountain has fully reopened to the public.


$35M apartments start in Shoreline

By JOURNAL STAFF

Rush Development and The Metropolitan Companies are breaking ground today on the 221-unit Paceline apartments at 17202 Aurora Ave. N. in Shoreline.


Chinese group starting 244 condos at U Village

By JOURNAL STAFF

A development group called ZQH Investments said it is starting construction on a six-story, 244-unit condominium project at 4609 Union Bay Place N.E., just east of University Village.


For $7,000 a month, renters can get a custom penthouse in Kinects

By JOURNAL STAFF

Residents can ‘collaborate with a favorite designer, or to team up with one of our own, to imagine a space that is uniquely theirs.'


New home sales drop 7.6% nationwide, but the West was up 8%

By MARTIN CRUTSINGER

By region, sales fell the most in the Northeast, dropping 34.3 percent.


Miami airport maintenance manager charged in $5M light bulb scheme

The director of terminal maintenance owned a Porsche, wore designer suits and rented sky boxes for concerts.


Dubai airport plans 10 more gates to handle double-decker A380

That will leave the airport with a world record 47 gates designed for the mammoth aircraft.


Train derails in Eugene

One of the cars that derailed was a tanker with flammable liquid inside.


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