The Oregon Occupational Safety & Health Division is looking into last week’s explosion on the HP Inc. campus in Corvallis, according to the government agency.
A former Oregon State University student accused of posting tweets last month threatening a shooting on OSU’s Corvallis campus is now facing a federal charge, court records show.
Republic Services will hold a free spring recycle event for Corvallis-area residents on Saturday, April 7, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 110 NE Walnut Blvd., Corvallis (enter on Belvue Street).
The Corvallis Climate Action Advisory Board made decisions on subcommittees in a lively 100-minute session before a full house Monday afternoon at the Madison Avenue Meeting Room.
Earlier this month, local firefighters climbed 69 flights of stairs in full firefighting gear as fast as they could.
The Samaritan Cancer Program is offering a nutrition series for cancer survivors called “That’s My Farmer” that teaches healthy shopping, eating locally and the impact of fresh, wholesome foods.
The story behind Coffee Culture starts like a lot of Corvallis stories: It was 1990, and Paul and Lisa Tostberg were living in Southern California and had just had a baby boy. They were looking for a good place to raise a family.
The rally at the March for Our Lives Corvallis began with students leading the crowd of thousands in a chant:
A Benton County judge on Friday dismissed an eviction complaint against an Oregon State University student who is facing hate crime charges.
Four people in all were injured in an explosion Thursday at the HP Inc. campus in Corvallis, according to the Corvallis Fire Department.