There's a new deadline to find Sunny the goose a new home.
The dry-cleaning baton is being handed off — to another historic downtown business.
Read how a Corvallis resident shares how she created something just for kids — and then a neighbor repaid the kindness.
Rob Blickensderfer of Albany started collecting typewriters for a simple reason: “My name’s Blickensderfer,” he explained to an audience at the Albany Regional Museum’s History Bites lecture series earlier this month.
Every day, Stone Soup Corvallis serves meals to those who show up to the organization's soup kitchens in Corvallis, no questions asked.
The Albany Riverfront Quilters hope to attract a few new faces.
Manju Bangalore isn’t just another pretty face: the actor and model is a multitalented pageant winner and scientist hoping to reach new heights on earth and beyond.
Oregon is home to hundreds of mushroom species and is one of the most diverse places in the world for fungus. In the Mid-Willamette Valley, there is no shortage of mushroom enthusiasts.
At 101 years old, Francis Gerding is one of the few remaining World War II veterans still around to tell his story.
Fair Share Gleaners falls on hard times despite committed members. It's been a tsunami of misfortunate circumstances.
“I didn’t do the tour to raise awareness about my conditions. I did it because it was my passion."
Community shares memories at Riverside Community Hall's century celebration.
Residents once again rallied to support Ukraine, which is fighting against a Russian invasion, at the Benton County Courthouse in Corvallis on Saturday, July 30. The rallies have been happening regularly since Ukraine was attacked in February.
It's a local institution: The owner never paid himself a salary and would only take Christmas Day off.
About 125 lend their expertise to help people at a moment's notice. Outcomes vary.
Jimbo Ivy says it's related to a group's campaign aimed at getting City Hall to expand the budget and hire more theater employees.
Growing up, Courtney Stubbs' best friend lived at the fourplex and the home is the setting for some of her best memories. So she had to do something.
In just over a year, this dad has amassed 100,000-plus followers on Facebook. Here's his secret.
Jessica Jackovich, 28, made the big move from Alaska to Albany. And she’s not the only one who is glad she did.
Cathy Ingalls was a no-nonsense news reporter with a compassionate heart and a great sense of humor, her friends and former colleagues said.
When Albany resident Randy Jelen wanted to respond to the atrocities in Ukraine, words failed him.
In an African country thousands of miles from his hometown of Corvallis, Adam Burgess hopes to make a difference with the Peace Corps.
Oregon artist Tatyana Ostapenko paints the historically disempowered people of her homeland — post-Soviet Ukraine — and is now donating 100% of every piece sold to GlobalGiving’s Ukraine Crisis Relief Fund.
Lebanon’s medical school has a new top administrator after Western University of Health Sciences named Robin Farias-Eisner, a long-time Los Angeles surgeon and cancer researcher, its president.
Tucked in off of Circle Boulevard in North Corvallis, appearing wedged between a much larger Papa Murphy’s store and a shop that sells cannabidiol products, Mel’s Barber Shop looks like a blink-and-you'll-miss-it kind of place.
Corvallis turned out to support its Ukrainian sister city Uzhhorod Saturday afternoon, when about 100 demonstrators gathered outside the county courthouse to wave blue and yellow flags and call for attention to the besieged nation.
Volunteers and soldiers on Ukraine's front lines need body armor, water filters and tourniquets. Misha Zyryanov, a Corvallis man who grew up in the town's sister city of Uzhhorod, Ukraine, said nice words — prayers and economic sanctions — aren't enough for the people in the path of Russia's…