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About: albany, oregon

Located 25 miles south of Salem, Oregon, Albany has been referred to as the "rare metals capital of the world," due to its production of zirconium, hafnium and titanium. One of its major exports is grass seed and the other crops they produce are corn, beans, mint, strawberries, and hazelnuts. After buying the townsite for $400 and a horse, founding brothers Walter and Thomas Monteith named it after their hometown in New York.

Population: 49165
Local Newspapers: Albany Democrat-Herald Courier
Local Sports Teams: Salem-Keizer Volcanoes (minor league baseball), Salem Stampede (International Basketball League), Cascade Surge, (PDL, soccer)
Local Colleges: State UniversityLinn-Benton Community College

Zip Codes associated with albany, oregon: 97321
Towns/Cities near albany, oregon : Millersburg, Jefferson, Corvallis, Tangent, Lebanon

Albany News
Two in Lebanon arrested in connection with marijuana shipping case

Deputies responded to a shipping company in the Albany area on Feb. 12 on the and seized mail addressed to South Dakota containing about a pound and a half of marijuana, the Sheriff's Office said. Deputies notified law enforcement in South Dakota.

Benton County not giving up on bike path plan

The plan for a Corvallis-to-Albany bike path has suffered a major setback, but county officials say it's not completely dead. The Corvallis Gazette-Times reports that the Benton County Planning Commission last week rejected a bid for a conditional use permit to build a section of the path across farmland, a route strongly opposed by farmers.

Bicyclist killed on commute home identified as Albany man, 60

A cyclist struck and killed by a car this week in Linn County was a 60-year-old Albany man on his way home from work, the sheriff's office said Wednesday. Grant Keith Garner died after Tuesday's crash on Oakville Road in Albany, according to Linn County Sheriff Bruce Riley.

BRIEFLY: Model watershed directors meet

The board of directors of the Grande Ronde Model Watershed will meet at 5 p.m. Tuesday in the Wallowa Community Center, 204 E. Second St. A reception for outgoing La Grande Community and Economic Development Director Charlie Mitchell will be held from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday in the council chambers of La Grande City Hall. Mitchell has been with the city since 2008 but is leaving after accepting a position in Albany.

Accident near Albany kills cyclist struck by car

A cyclist was killed Tuesday afternoon as a result of being hit by and pinned underneath a car near Albany, Linn County officials said. The crash occurred near Riverside Drive and Oakville Road after 5:30 p.m., Linn County Sheriff Bruce Riley said in a news release.

Ian Bush linked to notorious 2007 Ottawa triple homicide

Ian Bush is expected to be arrested Friday in connection with the 2007 killings of Alban Garon, his wife, Raymonde, and their neighbour, Marie-Claire Beniskos. The Ottawa man accused of trying to kill a decorated 101-year-old war veteran during a home invasion is now the prime suspect in the city's most notorious unsolved triple homicide, the Citizen has learned.

Burglar caught on camera inside Albany business

Surveillance cameras caught a burglary suspect on video. Now police in Corvallis and Albany are asking for your help solving a string of similar burglaries.

A Puzzling Proposal

With all the dazzling marriage proposals on YouTube, it's getting more and more difficult to be original - how can you compete with flash mobs, scavenger hunts and musical ensembles? Forty-year-old McMinnville resident Daniel Evans found a way - and he used a copy of Eugene Weekly to do it.

Sluggish Ports Cause Problems For Some OR Businesses

Willamette Valley businesses that rely on overseas shipments say they are frustrated by the delays that have come with bargaining over a labor contract at West Coast ports, and some say the effects have hit them coming and going. Complaints are coming from managers responsible for containers filled with products such as compressed straw destined for Japan and South Korea, grass seed headed to sites throughout Europe and China and frozen fruits and vegetables coming into Oregon, the Albany Democrat-Herald reported.

SnoTemp Resolves Complex Lighting Needs with Multi-Facility Deployment

SnoTemp Cold Storageis a Eugene, Ore.-based, family-owned warehousing and distribution company with more than 15 million cubic feet of climate-controlled space under management. To meet the needs of a rapidly growing customer base, it owns and operates two centrally located facilities along the I-5 corridor in Eugene and Albany, Ore., offering easy access to vital transportation routes.

No felony crime against video voyeurism in OR

From Chelsea Kopta, On Your Side Investigators: Oregon is behind the times-- there's no felony crime against video voyeurism here. Time and time again, we have found that the defendant's actions, which is called upskirting, did not violate the state's so-called peeping tom laws because the girls they filmed were fully clothed, meaning they weren't partially or fully nude.

No felony crime against video voyeurism in OR | #LiveOnK2 @ 5

From Chelsea Kopta, On Your Side Investigators: Oregon is behind the times-- there's no felony crime against video voyeurism here. Time & time again, we have found that the defendant's actions, which is called upskirting, did not violate the state's so-called peeping tom laws because the girls they filmed were fully clothed, meaning they weren't partially or fully nude.

Industry Notes: Aurora Fire District, Oregon Tradeswomen, Clackamas County community groups receive grants

The City of Albany has agreed to fund $2.9 million for technical training equipment at Linn-Benton Community College to answer local business needs for skilled labor. Jim Merryman, chief operating officer and president of Oregon Freeze Dry, led a coalition of Albany-area businesses and industries in asking for money that the city had set aside for economic development projects.

No bail for man accused of killing father in Albany

A 26-year-old Albany man has been ordered held without bail in the stabbing death of his father as prosecutors determine what charge he'll face. Police said Martin Ferrero was covered in blood Sunday when they responded to a hang-up 911 call and found 64-year-old Thomas Ferrero dead on the living room floor, stabbed "multiple times" in the torso and neck.

Albany father allegedly killed by son had worked in Ashland for 25 years

A man allegedly stabbed his father "multiple times" in the torso and neck on Sunday night in the southwest Albany home they shared, according to police. Martin Thomas Ferrero, 26, was charged in Linn County Circuit Court on Tuesday with murdering his father, Thomas Paul Ferrero, 64, a geologist who had lived and worked in Ashland for 25 years before moving to Albany.

Albany signs 5-year lease with airport operator

ALBANY, Ore. - For the first time since 2011, the airport in Albany has a fixed base operator in business on site.

Albany: Ore. geology official found dead; son arrested

Police in Albany, Oregon, who responded to a 911 hang-up call found a 64-year-old state Geology Department official dead in a home. They have arrested the man's 26-year-old son for investigation of murder and assault.