The Roseburg City Council officially ditched the Black Avenue extension, which would have uprooted about four homes, at its meeting earlier this week.
Local babies under 13 months old are eligible to crawl their way to the finish line in the 50th Annual Diaper Derby, slated for 6 p.m. Aug. 9, the first day of the Douglas County Fair at the Douglas County Fairgrounds in Roseburg.
The Umpqua Velo Club is asking the Roseburg City Council to consider various bike safety improvements as the city embarks on updating its transportation plan.
A woman lodged in the Douglas County Jail on drug charges alleges she hasn’t received appropriate treatment for her heart condition.
Hometown hero Alek Skarlatos will star as himself in a Clint Eastwood movie about his heroic tackle of a would-be terrorist on a Paris-bound train in 2015.
The Great Umpqua Food Truck Competition could become a fundraiser for The Umpqua Economic Development Partnership in future years. This year, however, the goal was not to make money but to entice the food trucks to come.
Classic car enthusiasts are celebrating their time to shine during Douglas County’s Graffiti Weekend, but they are less than enthusiastic about the state’s recent passing of a transportation bill.
Residents of southeastern Roseburg have filed a petition to recall City Councilor Ashley Hicks. In a statement, the group said Hicks has failed as a councilor and has created a “wedge between the citizens and our government.”
Tucked into the residential Hucrest neighborhood is a family-owned pizzeria that seems to get more attention from Yelp reviewers than Roseburg residents.
It’s the nostalgia that makes Graffiti Weekend’s annual Retirement and Rest Home Tour so special, said Gina Boutcher, activity director for the Umpqua Valley Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.
The arson charges filed against a man who police arrested in connection with a west Roseburg house fire Wednesday night have now been dismissed, according to court documents.
Editor’s Note: Reporter Carisa Cegavske participated as a judge in the preliminary round of The Great Umpqua Food Truck Competition, tasting food from about a third of the 33 trucks that competed Tuesday.
Before they knew it would one day become the cornerstone of a new business in downtown Roseburg, Terrance Bradford and Tyler Ramos, originally from Texas, had created a salsa recipe. Back then, they call it “chillin salsa” because they’d bring it to hang outs, game nights and parties. Now, i…
The Roseburg Police Department has cleared out about 10,500 pounds of debris from homeless camps along the South Umpqua River, and it still has an estimated 500 pounds to go.