CityNews

Minor power outages in campus area Monday left 2,000 customers without power

On Monday, Dec. 21, the Eugene Water and Electric Board’s Willamette electric substation caused a power outage for nearly 2,000 customers, according to Joe Harwood, external communications coordinator for EWEB. Harwood said that the substation was damaged at around 11:40 a.m. yesterday morning from a combination of high winds and …

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Video: LTD purchases all-electric buses

On Nov. 10th, Lane Transit District held a public forum discussing its recent purchases of all-electric vehicles as well as some ways it can become a more environmentally friendly organization.

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CityNews

New stores still opening at Gateway in Springfield

The Shops at Gateway have been redesigned and continue to open new stores.






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CityHousingNews

Newly opened Hub on Campus complex still working to fill vacancies

Since Hub on Campus, a luxury apartment complex located on 515 East Broadway, opened its doors in September it has filled roughly 81 to 82 percent of its vacancies. The twelve-story high-rise has a multitude of amenities including a roof-top pool, free gym, beach volleyball court and study room.






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CityNewsPolitics

Have you registered to vote?

The League of Women Voters of Lane County reminds students that Oct. 13, is the last day to register to vote or update registration information before the Nov. 3 election. Students can register online or in person at the Lane County elections located at 275 W. 10th  from 9 a.m. till …

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CityCrimeNews

UCC shooting survivor remains in critical condition

At a press conference at Peace Health Riverbend Annex this afternoon, it was announced that 19-year old Julie Woodworth, the most critically injured survivor of last Thursday’s Umpqua Community College Shooting, remains in critical condition. She will continue to be treated at its intensive care unit for a least another week, and remain …

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UO community honors UCC shooting victims during candlelight vigil

Grieving members of the University of Oregon community filled the EMU amphitheater Monday night for a candlelight vigil. Around three hundred people showed up to show their support. The event was held by members of the Erb Memorial Union, who provided candles and white cards emblazoned with the University of …

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CityNews

Eugene community comes together at candlelight vigil in honor of UCC shooting victims

In a wake of the mass shooting that took place Thursday, Oct. 1 at Umpqua Community College, Eugene residents gathered at Alton Baker Park Sunday night to honor the loss in a candlelight vigil. Two Roseburg natives Lisa Sweely and Tabatha Brown, who both graduated from Roseburg High School and UCC, …

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CityNews

EMU amphitheater will host Monday night vigil for UCC community

At 7:00 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 5 a candlelight vigil will  take place at the Erb Memorial Union Amphitheater to honor and provide support for those affected by the tragic shooting that took place Thursday morning at Umpqua Community College. During the candlelight vigil, there will be three speakers who …

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