Cyclists zooming past cars on their sleek road bikes can intimidate many beginners. For them, there is a weekly Thursday evening group ride.
Installing awnings, hanging signs and painting, commercial building owners in historic downtown Roseburg have been using building facade grants to renovate and improve their storefronts.
Drivers should expect heavy traffic on Oak Avenue in downtown Roseburg due to construction work starting Tuesday and lasting until the end of the week.
Hundreds of small American flags are billowing throughout the veterans cemeteries in Roseburg thanks to Fir Grove Elementary School students.
Feed the Burg is taking a two-month hiatus as it re-evaluates ways it could garner more volunteers and donations.
A long line of customers extended out from the Exhibit Building at the Douglas County Fairgrounds Saturday, waiting for a chance to buy plants at the annual Douglas County Master Gardener Plant Sale.
The annual Umpqua Valley Gem and Mineral Show took over Douglas Hall at the Douglas County Fairgrounds over the weekend, as exhibitors came from long distances to take part, and many visitors also came from out of the area.
The Roseburg branch library is likely to close at the end of this month, but city councilors have made their first step toward opening those doors again in the future.
Instant noodle cups, canned beans and boxes of microwaveable popcorn line what little shelf space Alvin and Marian Catron have in their motel room, where they have been living for the last four months.
A mother and five children who died in a Riddle house fire on March 1 were remembered as a tight-knit and energetic family during a celebration of life on Saturday at the Douglas County Fairgrounds.
At the Roseburg Budget Committee’s first meeting Tuesday night, committee members got their first look at the next fiscal year’s potential budget.
These logs are the highlights of initial emergency calls and reports to the Douglas County Dispatch Center. They do not represent all of the incidents or their final outcomes.
Contractors for the Oregon Department of Transportation will focus their efforts on Washington Avenue next week in an effort to complete all work on the OR 138E Corridor Solutions project by the end of June.