Congresswoman Andrea Salinas passes her first bill through the house, The CVDA Nutcracker returns, Newberg Seeks a New Community Developer, and more
The Vineyard Bar & Grill has changed ownership for the second time this year, reverting back to its original proprietors and Korean fusion menu.
Newberg Area Historical Society is pausing meetings through the end of 2023, OEM visited Newberg, please don’t put grease and fat down the drain, and GFU received a $400,000 grant for its Certified Financial Planning program.
The Newberg Public Art Council installed the first two public sculptures in town, with four more on the way.
On October 31, Anam Cara closed the doors to its tasting room at 306 N Main Street in Newberg for the last time as the owners look forward to retirement.
Support local on Black Friday and Small Business Saturday, Ruddick/Wood is celebrating 10 years with a party, Cycle Yamhill County gets a grant, it’s time to submit your to be on the Christmas Light Route, and Rosmarino is the lone Oregon restaurant honored by OpenTable’s top 100 list
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