After being vacant for years, the Venetian Theater in Downtown Hillsboro has a new owner with some big plans for the venue.
With less staff and more need for bikes, the nonprofit hopes the community will be able to help.
A local business is trying to keep kids busy, learning and happy during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Illuminating Wellness offers healing crystals, essential oils and handmade jewelry.
Also planned are crosswalk improvements to Tualatin Valley Highway between 44th and 45th avenues.
Unlike most taprooms, customers are welcome to bring food from outside the bar into Noble Hop.
We all like having small businesses around. But without loyal customers, they struggle to compete.
We have been hearing from Downtown businesses about the Single-Use Bag Law (formally known as HB 2509). So, we’ve been working with City of Hillsboro staff to help interpret and clarify how this affects small businesses.
An organization that specializes in giving new life to old bikes has gone through a refurbishment of its own in the past 15 months. From new retail shop space to new partnerships and employees, WashCo Bikes is rolling in many directions since hiring Joe Kurmaskie as its first paid executive director last year.
At our October 9th Downtown Business Forum, we had a presentation from Gregg Snyder and David McIlney, planners from the City of Hillsboro, about potential improvements and upgrades to the Hillsboro Central TriMet Station between 3rd and 4th Avenues on Washington...