Britt Festival Construction for Summer

JACKSONVILLE, Ore. — Britt Festival administrators are taking advantage of the last few months before events start to make some big changes to the venue. The main project is the addition of a new Performance Garden that will replace the Table Rock Cafe Stage. Administrators say that the addition of the new smaller second stage … Continue reading »

Medford Police Will Get A New Building

MEDFORD, Ore. — The Medford Police Department is working on the first steps in process to construct a new police building. Wednesday morning, a board met with potential architectural and construction firms to go over the bid process and discuss potential plans. Medford police currently operates out of City Hall. City and police officials have agreed … Continue reading »

Ashland Construction Pushed Back 2 Weeks

ASHLAND, Ore. — Work continues on Calle Guanajuato in between restaurants on the Ashland plaza and the Ashland creek. Typically in the spring, restaurants expand their seating and business outside, and while that hasn’t been an issue yet, as temperatures warm up, restaurants want the project to wrap up. The project broke ground back in … Continue reading »

Businesses Prepare for Construction

PHOENIX, Ore. — Empty store fronts and businesses on the move, indicators change is on the way at exit 24 and through the Fern Valley Interchange. Two years ago when Debby’s Diner Co-owner Paul Hartnell saw construction in the future, he decided to look for a new location. “Obviously we knew that they’d be coming … Continue reading »

Petitioners Pushing for Plaza Redesign

ASHLAND, Ore. — Construction changes to a southern Oregon city center is causing outcry from community members. Hundreds of people have signed a  petition to redesign the Ashland Plaza. One of the lead petitioners, David Sherr, believes the plaza doesn’t reflect the city he’s proud to live in. “A lot of people really have broken … Continue reading »