City Council to amend franchise agreements
The Grants Pass City Council during their Wednesday meeting at 6:00 p.m. in Council Chambers at 101 N.W. A St. are set to approve amendments to franchise agreements with Republic Services and Southern Oregon Sanitation.
Medford Man Arrested for Ashland Murder
Early this morning Jackson County Detectives arrested Merlin Elmo Bound III, 34, at his home in the 500 block of Boardman Street in Medford and charged him with murder, 1st degree assault, and 1st degree robbery in connection with the death of Frank Ronald Damiano of Ashland
Commissioners set to approve collective bargaining agreement
The Josephine County Commissioners during their Wednesday business session at 9:00 a.m. in the Anne Basker Auditorium are set to vote on the approval of a collective bargaining agreement with the Sheriff’s Association and the Federation of Oregon Parole and Probation Officers.
Two-car collision sends two men to the hospital
A two-car-head-on collision just after 7:30 p.m. Monday near the intersection of Stewart and Riverside avenues in Medford sent two men to the hospital.
Ashland Police Initiate Bike Theft Sting; Five Arrested
The Ashland Police Department has employed an anti-theft device for a bicycle that alerts the owner of a theft in progress and allows the bike to be traced in real time. The effort is an attempt to curtail one of the most persistent property crimes in Ashland.
City Council takes step toward making City Hall parking more citizen accessible
The Grants Pass City Council during their Monday workshop decided to move forward with a plan that would improve citizen parking and accessibility to City Hall.
Medford P.D. Makes Arrest after Locating Counterfeit Currency
Saturday afternoon Motel 6 staff notified the Medford police department they had located a bag of money after two men had checked out of one of their rooms.
Weekend Oregon State Police incidents
A Cave Junction woman called dispatch to report that her 14-year-old niece had been kidnapped. The woman did not give her name or her niece’s name and said she lived in a camper behind a burnt building on Redwood Highway. Troopers responded and were unable to locate the camper or anyone else in the area.
Demolition of Portions of Medford’s Former Red Lion Inn Expected to begin before Year’s End.
The city of Medford has put out request for bids on portions of the city’s former Red Lion Inn and expects work to begin before the end of the year.
Mary Phipps Building Renovations Signal Neighbors for Lithia in Medford Commons.
Sky Oak Wealth Management is in the process of converting the 9,600 square foot Mary Phipps building, a former women’s dormitory for S.O.U., joining the Medford Commons area looking into the two parks and Lithia Motors Headquarters.
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