Suspected Explosive Device Damages RV in Argay Terrace Neighborhood (Photo)

Tray Ling

March 06, 2021 13:36

  


Portland Police Arson Unit is investigating a possible explosive device detonation that caused damage to a recreational vehicle in the Argay Terrace Neighborhood.

On Saturday, March 6, 2021 at 8:41a.m. Portland Police were dispatched to assist Portland Fire and Rescue on a report of a trailer on fire in the 3800 block of Northeast 141st Drive. When they arrived they found smoke coming from a RV parked there (photo). Firefighters found smoke but no fire, and determined that no one had been injured.

An initial investigation indicated that an explosion had happened outside

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21 Dangerous TikTok Trends Every Parent Should Be Aware of

Tray Ling

Some people will do anything to go viral, from silly pranks to extreme stunts—nothing is off-limits.

TikTok trends generally involve fun dance routines or funny filters, but every now and then a dangerous challenge or trend will emerge.

From users swerving their cars as they follow instructions from “Cha Cha Slide” to purposely overdosing on medication in the hopes of experiencing a high, some of the trends that have circulated on the app are not only dangerous but potentially deadly.

Below is a list of 21 of the most dangerous TikTok trends to go viral on the social media platform

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Grant will open the past through the Peters family archive at DACO

Tray Ling

LANCASTER – If you ever wondered what life in Lancaster might have been like in the days after the Civil War, one new project at the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio may give you a glimpse at history.

DACO was one of 14 organizations in Ohio to receive Ohio History Fund grants.

The grant is distributed by the Ohio History Connection. DACO will use the $7,735 for the Rising Family Digitization Project. The center received a collection of photos and documents from family members of the Rising, Reece and Peters families in the summer of 2020. The project will focus

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Volunteer group provides kids with a bed and restful sleep: Olmsted Dates and Data

Tray Ling

OLMSTED FALLS, Ohio – Nicole McNamara drilled precise holes into the piece of lumber that would become the headboard of a child’s bed. She and about 30 others spent a day last week making children’s beds at Lakeshore Roofing on Old Rockside Road in Independence.

The Olmsted Falls resident is a volunteer with the new OH-Cuyahoga W chapter of the Sleep in Heavenly Peace organization. The nonprofit national group builds and delivers beds to kids who do not have one.

Nicole has three children of her own and, like most parents, has a very busy life. When she heard about

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Developer wants to give away Southwest Portland house

Tray Ling

Interested charitable organizations must pay the cost of relocating the 1922 home.

The 99-year-old house at 6825 SW 45th Ave. is available free to any charitable organization willing to pay relocation costs. (Courtesy/PMG)

PORTLAND, Ore. (Portland Tribune) — The developer of a four-story apartment building in Southwest Portland wants to give away a nearly 100-year-old house on the property to any charitable organization that can use it.

Jason Winkler said the house will be given away

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