Collection offers glimpse into Oswego's past

Granddaughters of author and artist Theresa Truchot donate boxes of personal items to Heritage Council

A centennial celebration

Lake Oswego resident Ferriel DeLap turns 100 and offers simple advice: 'Be kind to one another'

From Our Vault: A deep dive into island's past

Jantzen's famous 'Red Diving Girl' logo was inspired by a Lake Oswego resident

County frames shelters for vets

Commissioners join volunteers to assemble tiny houses that will be moved to a Clackamas industrial site upon approval of a conditional use permit;…

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Worried about fraud as the holidays approach? Here's how the most prevalent scams work.

City Notes

Vote now for your favorite images in the City's ninth-annual photo contest, and nominate an Unsung Hero!

News Briefs

Windward adds a barber shop to the mix; Windward construction closes part of A Avenue; Help the LOFD fund breast cancer research; Crews digging to…

Police Log

When it comes to fighting crime in Lake Oswego, there's no call too small for the LOPD

Property tax bills in Lake Oswego expected to jump by 10%

Rapidly increasing home values, voter-approved bond measures contribute to the big jump, officials say

The Windward adds a barber shop to the mix in Lake Oswego

Longtime LO business becomes the sixth to sign a retail lease in the new downtown mixed-use development

The Springs breaks ground on new community in Lake Oswego

After years of planning, construction is underway on the future senior living community in Lake Grove

Bank of Oswego fraud trial underway in Portland

Former bank executives Dan Heine and Diana Yates are accused of conspiring to hide bad loans from shareholders, directors and regulators

Lake Oswego School District outpaces rest of Oregon on…

LOSD receives high marks for grad rates, low dropout numbers and sending students on to college

School bond implementation process moves ahead in Lake…

LOSD hires two project managers and tentatively chooses an architect for new Lakeridge Junior High

Lighting the Night to fight blood cancers

Mike Barrett honors his late wife and father by raising funds through the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Light the Night events

SLIDESHOW: Making 'a great difference in the world'

Lake Oswego runners brave 'dangers' to raise funds for schoolchildren in Africa

Follow the loop to Fiala Farms

Popular tour offers a host of fall activities at 18 farms, including a nearby favorite

Forging a bond by helping others

Mother and daughter find their passion together as volunteers on a wilderness search-and-rescue team

Exhibit takes a stop-action look at Laika

New display at Portland Art Museum explores the skill and artistry of animation

Can I use my cellphone at a stoplight now?

Lake Oswego Police create a postcard to help drivers understand the new, tougher distracted-driving law

Lake Oswego Public Library's high-tech helper

New conveyor system sorts all incoming books, which officials say will free up staff members for other tasks

News Briefs

Spooktacular decorations; LOPD's Brady receives International award; Draining of Oswego Lake starts Saturday; Author to share story at Lakewood…

City Notes

Saturday's Lake Oswego Farmers Market is the last of the season; it's open from 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

Police Log

When it comes to fighting crime in Lake Oswego, there's no call too small for the LOPD

Lake Oswego Police nab erratic driver in Dunthorpe

Woman reportedly circled Birdshill Road loop dozens of times at high speed before officers boxed her in

'Help is on the way'

Puerto Rico native Elba Cox and Lake Oswego's Diane Grover create a fundraiser to aid the devastated island

Lake Oswego High grad sentenced in 2014 firebombing

Travis Toal, who is now 20, agrees to a plea deal that includes a year in jail and five years of probation

Meiser found guilty of murder in 2012 Lake Oswego slaying

Frederick 'Fritz' Hayes Jr. died in his wife's arms after a brutal machete attack

Lake Oswego City Council votes to 'legalize' part of Boones…

Three properties overlap with the road because of a 50-year-old error that was only recently discovered

PIZZA, SUSHI & ICE CREAM!

Tour of downtown Lake Oswego includes a stop at The Windward, where five businesses have signed the first retail leases

SLIDESHOW: Fostering a love of nature

Curious preschoolers explore the wonders of Springbrook Park; another walk is planned for Friday

Feeding the hungry and the housebound

'Meals on Wheels Month' pays tribute to a service that enhances quality of life for seniors, the disabled

Lake Oswego School District enrollment dips slightly

There are 30 fewer students than there were in 2016-17, district count reveals

A streamlined plan to fix Lake Oswego's aging roads?

Program offers matching City funds for neighbors who opt to pay for part of their street improvements

Oregon voters favor Brown in early polling

Survey shows incumbent narrowly winning if Oregon's gubernatorial election was held now

Protecting Lake Oswego's open spaces

Parks & Rec staff join Friends groups to conduct work parties that restore the area's natural habitats

Church to install senior pastor

Rev. Mark McIlraith will officially join Lake Grove Presbyterian on Saturday

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Why is traffic so bad around my child's school, and what can be done to improve the safety of pedestrians around the schools?

City Notes

Blood drive, Campfire at the Farm event highlight a week chock full of activities

News Briefs

Devlin to run for re-election in May; Rivergrove considers traffic-calming devices; LO will retain parking along Botticelli Street; Blazer game to…

Police Log

When it comes to fighting crime in Lake Oswego, there's no call too small for the LOPD

Pizza, ice cream and sushi!

Salt & Straw, Bamboo Sushi, Chuckie Pies among first five companies to reserve space in The Windward, Lake Oswego's new downtown mixed-use development

Attorneys reach final agreement in Title IX case

Settlement requires Lake Oswego School District to upgrade facilities and equalize opportunities for male and female athletes

Wim Wiewel begins presidency at Lewis & Clark…

Ceremonial bike ride continues a tradition he started nine years ago at Portland State University

Lake Oswego Rotary Club, City partner to restore…

Not much is known about the wooden structure's past, but an Oct. 9 concert in George Rogers Park will celebrate its future

Slideshow: ALS Fundraiser

Lake Oswego's 'Friends of Jeff' come together again on Friday to fight against ALS

Devlin files for re-election to state Senate

Tualatin Democrat will seek another term in Salem, where he co-chairs the Legislature's joint budget committee

Friends group approves $25,000 in library grants

List includes funds for Lake Oswego Reads and a collection of works by Brian Doyle

Oregon's distracted-driving law gets tougher on…

The revised law expands a ban on mobile electronic devices and stiffens penalties and fines.

A builder of community

Kathy Schilling retires after 18 years in Lake Oswego, but the events she created will have a lasting impact

Telling Their Stories: a Gold Star family

Gregoire children follow their father's military example, and one makes the ultimate sacrifice

Building a greener future

Sustainability Network, school district to co-host a 'Green Building' event at Lakeridge Junior High

Council review of Lake Oswego's Tree Code sparks…

Revised regulations appear to be working as intended, but concerns about development persist

Striking a chord

Best friends and now bandmates, Lake Oswego High School seniors turn their passion for music into Sound Pharmacy

Beck: Divisiveness in the Lake Oswego School…

Superintendent says real work is needed to make sure 'Better Together' is more than just a slogan

Beer that's fresh off the vine

Lake Oswego's Stickmen Brewing Company will provide a hazy take on the classic IPA at this weekend's Fresh Hop Fest

Will D.C. fund local projects?

Westside forum attendees hear prediction as Portland regional officials consider how to add to recent aid from Oregon Legislature

State road tolls may be inevitable

Oregon law directs state agency to seek federal approval, but panelists say local officials must take lead to explain changes.

Costs for fighting Oregon wildfires top $340 million

The expenses of containing the blazes will be shared by federal, state, private and tribal entities.

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Can construction crews work before or after the prescribed hours as long as they're doing things that don't make any noise?

News Briefs

New limits on recycling options for plastics; 'Respond to Racism' schedules next meeting; Man found dead in Lake Oswego apartment complex

City Notes

A nature walk for preschoolers in Springbrook Park highlights a busy week in Lake Oswego

Police Log

When it comes to fighting crime in Lake Oswego, there's no call too small for the LOPD

Dave's Palisades shuts doors

Owner's lawsuit alleges the Lake Oswego gas station/repair shop's day-to-day operators stole money and equipment

Agencies partner on group home for foster youth in…

Robinswood opens with a rocky start on the site of the former Christie Campus near Marylhurst University

Slideshow: Lakeridge Homecoming 2017

There's a band, cheerleaders, dancers, homecoming princesses - and a football win

GONE IN TWO MINUTES

Visitors to Lake Oswego's Public Safety Fair witness a fiery demonstration of the importance of sprinklers

SLIDESHOW: Celebrating a healthy harvest

Hundreds of visitors join Lake Oswego Parks & Rec staff for the City's fourth-annual Harvest Celebration.

Lake Oswego Adult Community Center boosts memory…

Grant will fund an extra day of programming for seniors, with emphasis on music, art and horticulture

CERT graduates practice for disaster

Regional summit brings together volunteers from around the county for a hands-on refresher course

County voters to choose officials, judges

Two board seats, two other officials, five judgeships are up in the May 15 primary; filing closes on March 6.

Five Questions with new state Rep. Andrea Salinas

Housing, health care, budgets, transportation all on table as Lake Oswego resident begins new role

News Briefs

Bussanich honored for fundraising efforts; Governor proclaims First Responder Appreciation Week; Site-clearing work begins for The Springs

City Notes

Preschool Nature Walk in Springbrook Park among this week's activities in Lake Oswego

Police Log

When it comes to fighting crime in Lake Oswego, there's no call too small for the LOPD

ASK A COP

Do I need to stop on Boones Ferry Road for a school bus that is three lanes away from me?

SLIDESHOW: Building community

Stafford Hamlet residents host their first-ever Family Fest at historic Fiala Farms

SLIDESHOW: Honoring an American hero

Evergreen Museum unveils a new exhibit that pays tribute to Gen. Merrill 'Tony' McPeak's military service

Andrea Salinas sworn in as newest state…

Lake Oswego resident was appointed last week to fill the House District 38 seat vacated by Ann Lininger

Lake Oswego's Andrea Salinas will represent House…

County commissioners pick political consultant to succeed former Rep. Ann Lininger in a unanimous vote

Sam Stites, Claire Holley join Lake Oswego Review…

Feature writer, education reporter share a deep commitment to strong community journalism

Man found dead in Lake Oswego apartment complex

A second man was found unconscious and taken to a hospital; possible drug paraphernalia found nearby

THE BUS STOPS HERE

Lake Oswego School District adjusts schedules after new start times lead to congestion, overcrowding

Lake Oswego School District shows mixed results on…

Overall scores and participation rates are down, but district still exceeds state averages

Local DACA recipients face fear and uncertainty

Decision to end program in six months could derail the hopes and dreams of many local participants

Oregon joins suit to protect DACA

Oregon is one of 16 states claiming in a federal lawsuit that ending the program violates the Constitution's equal protections clause.

'We had to do all of this'

Lake Oswego's Public Works staff bid a fond (albeit overdue) farewell to their 40-year-old operations building

From Our Vault: Singing in beautiful harmony

Golfing rivals formed The Oswego Four in 1943 and sang together for more than 50 years

Lottery prosperity vs. problem gambling

State earmarks some funds to help addicts, even as it moves to increase their gambling options

LOPD K9s to get body armor

Officers Chase and Szemi will both recieve bullet- and stab-resistant vests from national nonprofit

Floods, fire, wind: Disasters' impact reaches into…

'Unsolicited kindness' envelops residents worried about the fate of their families

City Notes

Lumberjack workshop, harvest celebration among the week's top offerings in Lake Oswego

Police Log

When it comes to fighting crime in Lake Oswego, there's no call too small for the LOPD

News Briefs

City honors first video contest winners; School zone enforcement nets 47 citations; LOPD arrests 11 for DUII in August

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This week's question: Can I park my car on the street with a 'For Sale' sign on it?

Andrea Salinas chosen to fill House District 38 seat

Lake Oswego political consultant will succeed Ann Lininger, who was appointed to the Clackamas County Circuit Court

Eagle Creek Fire evacuees find solace in Lake Oswego

After Layla McLean's family was forced to evacuate their Cascade Locks home, her coworkers and the LO Chamber sprang into action

SLIDESHOW: Celebrating Oswego's industrial past

Oregon's Iron Jubilee gives hundreds of visitors a glimpse of life in the region in 1867

Watching and waiting

Lake Oswego resident Mia Loder Corrales and her family in Florida don't yet know how their restaurants fared when Hurricane Irma came ashore

Rosenblum: Don't rely on Equifax after breach

Personal information of 143 million people may have been compromised in massive cyper theft

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