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Mid-Valley InBusiness: Oregon Freeze Dry offers long-term taste guarantee

Let's say that 25 years from now, you notice — way back in a corner of your pantry — a can of Mountain House spaghetti that you bought in 2015.

Oregon Freeze Dry, the Albany company that makes Mountain House, is guaranteeing that the can of 2015...

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State ousts Clackamas property manager after thousands of dollars go missing
State ousts Clackamas property manager after thousands of dollars go missing

State authorities have put a receiver in charge of a large Clackamas property management firm, ousted its owner and are hunting for thousands of dollars in missing rents and...

Home sales up from last year

COLUMBUS — The number of homes sold across Ohio in May rose 10.8 percent from the level posted during the month a year ago, the market's ninth consecutive monthly year-over-year gain, according to the Ohio Association of Realtors...

Port Orford woman found safe after extensive search

PORT ORFORD — A 79-year-old Port Orford woman has been found safe after spending three nights lost in heavy brush near her home.

According to the Curry County Sheriff's Office, on June 18 at about 4:17 p.m. Ray Huffman of Port Orford, contacted...

Botkins announces new subdivision

BOTKINS– The Village of Botkins is proud to announce a new partnership with Weigandt Real Estate, Ltd. to build the Woodland Subdivision in Botkins

Woodland Subdivision, which will extend Huber Street to the north, will feature ten initial lots...

Even the royals need home repairs

Old wiring, poor plumbing, even asbestos - home ownership can be hard, even if you're the Queen of England.

But the queen may have to move out of Buckingham Palace while it undergoes some much-needed repair work.

Even the royals need home repairs

Old wiring, poor plumbing, even asbestos - home ownership can be hard, even if you're the Queen of England.

But the queen may have to move out of Buckingham Palace while it undergoes some much-needed repair work.

The bill for the repairs...

Property maintenance group wraps up work

The long, strange trip toward a property maintenance code in the city of Corvallis is in the home stretch.

A city advisory committee, which has been working since March, wrapped up its analysis of livability code gaps with a Tuesday meeting that...

Bride's name should be added to groom's house title

Dear Bruce: My daughter is getting married in October. Her fiance owns a house, which she is investing quite a bit of money in with some remodeling they’re doing. She doesn’t want to have her name on the title in case they decide to buy a larger home...

Portland's office towers are not created equal, and a handful are pulling ahead of the crowd
Portland's office towers are not created equal, and a handful are pulling ahead of the crowd

Portland's skyline-defining office towers, it turns out, aren't created equal.

Downtown skyscrapers have always been the most expensive business real...

Appraisal finds new EWEB site snags

A newly released appraisal identifies more potential roadblocks to developing a vibrant riverfront district on the Eugene Water & Electric Board property in downtown Eugene.

Because of the site’s characteristics, the appraisal assumes a costly...

Thinks he's a dreamer

Dear Dave: We’re debt-free including our home. My husband is a man of faith, but a bit of a dreamer. He has written several inspirational books that haven’t sold, but he feels this and public speaking are his calling. He wants us to sell the house,...

Lane County home sales at pre-recession level

The volume of Lane County home sales in May hit pre-recession intensity, with 411 closed sales — the strongest May showing since 2007, according to the Regional Multiple Listing Services.

Closed sales were up by almost one-third over the same...

Two new homes, intended for veterans, being built in Mill-Pine
Two new homes, intended for veterans, being built in Mill-Pine

Residents in the Mill-Pine Neighborhood Historic District will likely have neighbors in brand-new homes for the first time in about 50 years.

Two new homes will be built at the corner of S.E. Spring Avenue and Mill Street over the next year as...

Competitive Portland housing market gets more crowded in May; prices rise 4%
Competitive Portland housing market gets more crowded in May; prices rise 4%
Competitive Portland housing market gets more crowded in May; prices rise 4%

May brought little relief for Portland-area home shoppers trying to navigate a crowded market.

Home sales climbed in May, but the inventory of homes put on the market...

June: Homeownership Month

COLUMBUS — Throughout the month of June, the Ohio Housing Finance Agency (OHFA) joins the nation and Gov. John Kasich to recognize Homeownership Month and the importance of providing each Ohioan with access to an affordable place to call...

Rental housing meeting tonight

The Clatsop County Rental Owners Association’s quarterly meeting is being held at 6 p.m. tonight at the Golden Star Restaurant, 599 Bond St. Members and nonmembers are welcome to enjoy a meal and lively discussion regarding problems and solutions for...

U-Haul’s ex-Ray’s vision

A large Santa Clara building that briefly housed a grocery store could find new life as a U-Haul moving and storage center.

U-Haul is interested in buying the 55,000-square-foot building on Oroyan Avenue, off River Road in north Santa Clara,...

The City of Sidney Paint the Town program
The City of Sidney Paint the Town program

U.S. Bank Administrative Assistant Beth Baley, left, of Fort Loramie, and Brokers Real Estate Agent Caven Risk, of Sidney, paint the porch of a house on Wagner Avenue Saturday, June 6. The two volunteered to paint as part of Sidney's Paint the Town...

New housing ‘village’ planned

The people behind the ground-breaking Opportunity Village Eugene are working on a new project — a low-income micro housing development — that could built in the Whiteaker neighborhood.

Village organizers on May 29 bought vacant land at North...

Give our children the school facilities they deserve

I do not understand why building school facilities are so difficult for the residents of this area. Much of the Seaside/Cannon Beach/Gearhart school district is filled with expensive vacation homes, which generate sizable property taxes for schools.

Brown calls for housing support

Gov. Kate Brown came to Corvallis Thursday to cut the ribbon on a recently renovated subsidized housing project and make a pitch for an ambitious plan to build thousands of low-income units all over the state.

“One in three (Oregon) households...

Amanda Fritz, Portland development officials back down on 'skinny house' restrictions
Amanda Fritz, Portland development officials back down on 'skinny house' restrictions

Portland development officials are backing off an earlier order to say "no" to developers more often, particularly when it comes to building so-called skinny...

Amanda Fritz, Portland development officials back down on 'skinny house' restrictions
Amanda Fritz, Portland development officials back down on 'skinny house' restrictions

Portland development officials are backing off an earlier order to say "no" to developers more often, particularly when it comes to building so-called skinny...

Amanda Fritz, Portland development officials back down on 'skinny house' restrictions
Amanda Fritz, Portland development officials back down on 'skinny house' restrictions

Portland development officials are backing off an earlier order to say "no" to developers more often, particularly when it comes to building so-called skinny...

First homes near completion at Edgewater Village
First homes near completion at Edgewater Village

Bill Stansell says by the end of June the first houses will be completed and ready for sale at Edgewater Village, the long-awaited subdivision bordering Water Avenue and the Willamette River in east Albany.

Stansell is a broker for Windermere...