Project adds new 'Village' feel to the Mary's Woods campus

Mixed-use development will include 198 residential units; first buildings are expected to be open by the end of the year

Exhibit offers rare look at Lake Oswego, past and present

Oswego Heritage Council's latest photography display offers a striking contrast between 'Then & Now'

Connecting the historical dots

New monthly column will focus on people, places and events from the area's storied past

High school reporters can help with concussion project

We are still looking for high school students interested in sharing their stories or digging up the truth about concussion risk in their schools or…

Fourth concussion was the tipping point

A contested rebound, a fall to the ground and Sami Howard's life changed forever

City Council overturns DRC, approves new events center

Councilors also weigh garbage rate hikes and changes to rules regarding short-term rentals

CITY NOTES

Celebrate Earth Day with stewardship events and Springbrook and Woodmont parks

ASK A COP

Is it OK to turn right onto State Street from both lanes of A Avenue if the light is red?

POLICE LOG

There's no call too small for the men, women and K9s of the Lake Oswego Police Department

'Nobody chooses to be an addict'

County officials, leaders compare notes on strategies to combat the opioid epidemic and encourage recovery

Five weeks after brutal assault, Mohammadi goes home

Doctors were forced to amputate part of Afghan immigrant's leg; attacker remains in Lincoln County Jail

Election 2018: Poulson, Wagner unopposed in Senate District…

Republican DRC chair and appointed Democratic incumbent will face off in November general election

Honoring a teammate

Lakeridge softball players are honoring former teammate Nina Heidgerken this season.

Which sculpture will be the People's Choice?

One of five Gallery Without Walls sculptures will be added to Lake Oswego's permanent public art collection

'We're failing too many people'

Oak Grove resident Peter Winter hopes to bring a fresh voice to Clackamas County Board of Commissioners

New guide to hiking has trips for all ages

Portland author shares her tips for newbies, including what to bring and where to go

Little faith in justice system?

Fewer than half of respondents to a recent survey believe courts or juries can determine guilt or resolve legal disputes

Nancy Dunis digs 'em up!

Lake Oswego resident is best known for her knowledge of local history, but that's not what has local moles running scared

TVF&R plans to build fire station on McEwan Road

If the designs are approved, the new facility would serve areas of Tualatin and Rivergrove east of I-5 and north of the river

POLICE LOG

There's no call too small for the men and women of the Lake Oswego Police Department

NEWS BRIEFS

Knights donate 48 coats for at-risk youth; History series to look at 'Oregon's Iron Pioneers'; Library offers 'Food for Fines' program

CITY NOTES

Bring old books in and take a fresh new book out Saturday when the Youth Action Council hosts its Spring Swap.

New junior high now most likely location for Lake Oswego…

School Board members say they're ready to move forward on district property after City's rejection of a proposed partnership

It just doesn't get any fresher than this

Luscher Farm's Community Supported Agriculture program will preview the summer season at an Open House in Lake Oswego next week

Lake Oswego bike theft suspect arrested in Issaquah

Police recover most of the items stolen from Lakeside Bicycles, along with thousands of dollars in other merchandise

'We can fix this broken world'

Lake Oswego sixth-grader Sonnet Lawson leads 150 people on the 'March for EquALLity' she organized

Hundreds celebrate life of 18-year-old Nina Heidgerken

'Tiny and mighty' Lakeridge High School senior, who died from flu complications, is remembered for her joy and her faith

SLIDESHOW: A hoppin' good time

Lake Oswego youngsters scramble for 15,000 Easter eggs at the eighth-annual Hop at the Hunt

Development Review Commission rejects proposed events center

Developer of project at Third Street and B Avenue in Lake Oswego plans to appeal the 3-2 decision, which cited design, parking concerns

Savas bids for a third term

Extensive knowledge, connections in community would be asset, county commissioner says

Tree City celebration kicks off Arbor Week

New Starlight Dogwood in Stafford Grove Park honors Lake Oswego's selection as Oregon Tree City of the Year

Are we having fun yet?

If the answer is yes and you're in Lake Oswego, new Recreation Supervisor Jamie Inglis likely had something to do with it

Lake Corporation headquarters taking shape

Project's completion date has been pushed back, but officials expect boat launch ramp and fueling station on Oswego Lake to open soon

Lake Oswego City Council adopts Climate Action Plan

By design, the six-page document focuses on specific action items and 'the art of the practical'

Lake Oswego land acquisition: eminent, not imminent

City lays groundwork for using eminent domain to acquire space along Boones Ferry, but still hopes to negotiate a deal

NEWS BRIEFS

Registration underway for Lake Run; Respond to Racism sets next meeting for April 9

CITY NOTES

Save a life by participating in a Red Cross blood drive Friday at Lake oswego City Hall

Lake Oswego student plans lawsuit after alleged abuse

Despite restraining order, teen says, school district failed to provide a safe environment for her

Abuse story thrusts former Lake Oswego resident into the…

Allegations of domestic violence against Traci Williams' ex-husband stir memories of a difficult time; on Tuesday, Douglas Greenberg was fired by…

Responding to domestic abuse

Clackamas County Sheriff's Office develops new training material for law enforcement agencies across the state

Lake Oswego Police Chief Don Johnson to retire

Under his tenure, LOPD led the way in the use of AEDs, anti-overdose kits and community CPR training and doubled down on a 'no call too small'…

Taking their message to D.C.

Youth Council members' trip to League of Cities conference offers a chance discuss issues with the nation's leaders

IPA quizzes candidates on progressive issues

Public forum draws candidates for county clerk and commissioner, Metro and the 5th Congressional District

Sea lions wreaking havoc on the river

Anglers want state and federal agencies to act before salmon and steelhead populations in the Willamette are decimated

'The Empowered Youth'

Lake Oswego students joined the thousands who marched through Portland on Saturday to protest gun violence

PMG expands its press plant

$1 million investment is fueled by company's vibrancy and faith in future of print media

Is 'friendly' annexation too friendly?

Lake Oswego wants to take a fresh look, but unincorporated residents are unhappy with an initial set of staff recommendations

NEWS BRIEFS

Online fund for Mohammadi tops $100,000; Friends of Library disburses $25,000 in grants; Concert will benefit fight against blood cancers

CITY NOTES

Join the Double-Reed Divas for a night of music Tuesday at the Lake Oswego Library

Children ready to Hop at the Hunt for 15,000 Easter…

Lake Oswego Hunt will host 2,000 youngsters (and a big fluffy bunny) on Saturday

Bank ignored abuse by Lake Oswego man, NYT alleges

Morgan Stanley knew about restraining orders filed against Douglas Greenberg and did nothing, New York Times reports

Oregon's 'Tree City of the Year' is ready for Arbor…

Recognition adds a special touch to Lake Oswego's celebration, which includes lots of events and an art contest

Lakewood unveils 66th season of plays in Lake Oswego

Theater company hopes to challenge audiences with music, murder, matters of the heart and much more

Lake Oswego School District names Salerno Owens…

The Response to Intervention coordinator at Lakeridge High is promoted after nationwide search

Lawmakers' LO Town Hall focuses on gun violence

Sen. Rob Wagner and Rep. Andrea Salinas also discuss several bills passed in the 2018 legislative session

Lake Oswego Chamber celebrates community service…

Linda and Malcolm Mathes, Rick and Erika Miller and Keith Dickerson honored for efforts to make LO a better place to live, work and play

Lake Oswego Parks & Rec floats ideas for a bigger…

Required maintenance upgrades create an opportunity to add other amenities, including a possible fifth court

Stewardship groups look to future

Substantial progress has been made at removing invasive species and planting native replacements across the city

Portland's Kabir Muthu crowned spelling champ

Lake Grove Elementary fifth-grader Tai Tovey finishes third in the regional competition

CITY NOTES

Crews have finished installing a new floor at the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center

NEWS BRIEFS

'Pretty Little Liars' spinoff films in South Shore; Candidates to field questions at March 23 forum; Concerts will raise funds to fight blood cancers;…

SLIDESHOW: Overcoming obstacles

LOHS pockets second place and Lakeridge finishes ninth at the state dance championship competition in Portland

As Mohammadi recovers from brutal attack, online…

Prosecutors move to enhance charges against the suspected assailant, saying the crime was motivated by bias

Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation Department promotes…

Farmer market manager, who started her LO career as a teen, is the city's new recreation supervisor

'Pretty Little Liars' spinoff filming in Lake Oswego

Film crews gather around a South Shore swimming pool on Monday and will head to a 'cute little bungalow' for interior shots on Tuesday

Road rage incident nearly turns violent in Lake…

Driver of one of the vehicles is cited for menacing and released after police find a Glock pistol in his car

Report warns of major earthquake devastation

Cascadia quake could mean tens of thousands of casualties in the area, and a West Hills event could be even worse

Council examines list of ways to inspire affordable…

Several options outlined by City staff focus on leveraging developer charges and fees

'Always lots of smiles and laughter'

Napoleon the therapy alpaca spends some quality time with the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center's respite group

Students make their move at Chess for Success

Annual tournament, now in its 51st year, gathers 500 student-players from across Oregon.

Murder-suicide suspect had a history of stalking

Victim filed restraining order against Cote in the fall of 2017, but it was never served

Neighborhoods share concerns

Meeting with Mayor Kent Studebaker focuses on Prep LO and the Council's current affordable housing discussions

Five cities want more room to grow

Requests urge Metro to add a combined 2,817 acres for new development to the Urban Growth Boundary

CITY NOTES

What do you think about a Tennis Center expansion? Now's your chance to provide feedback

NEWS BRIEFS

Chamber to honor community leaders; History series to look at Lake Oswego's transformation; LOPD arrests five impaired drivers in February

Walkouts, 'walk ups' and 17 minutes of silence

Students across Lake Oswego honor lives lost and make their case for increased school safety

Afghan immigrant recuperating after 'intentional'…

UPDATE: Palisades Market employees are rallying around their Lake Oswego co-worker, who was severely injured in Lincoln City last week

Lake Oswego schools continue to focus on safety and…

District, LOPD detail the steps they've taken as students prepare to honor the 17 people gunned down in Florida

Betty Dominguez appointed to Metro Council

Oak Grove resident will represent Metro District No. 2 for the remainder of the year

Uniting around a common goal

Eight years ago, Unified Basketball inspired me; today, its mission to unite and empower is as strong as ever

CenterCal pitches revised Mercantile plan to Lake…

New design uses Italian Renaissance-style architecture to create a 'piazza festival street' at Kruse Way and Boones Ferry

Little lady, huge personality

Lake Oswego's Lauren Clark hopes to be a professional actress someday, and she's already off to a great start

Janiva Magness taps into pain of progress

Blues queen returns to Lake Oswego on Monday for a performance of her latest album, 'Love is an Army'

Lake Oswego City Council reviews draft of Climate…

Final vote expected April 3 on a collaborative proposal that's been in the works for a year

Local veterinarians concerned about an outbreak of…

Cases of canine influenza in San Francisco have local veterinary authorities worried the virus could move north

Lake Oswego resident assists officer during tussle

Kent Willey earns praise and a Chief's Coin after helping Officer Brian Jackson while he was wrestling with a man at Tigard Public Library

CITY NOTES

Learn more about Luscher Farm's Adopt-A-Plot program at one of two orientation sessions this week

Police Log

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

NEWS BRIEFS

Chamber to honor community leaders; Panel OKs LO-Oak Grove bridge study; Heine-Yates sentencing hearing delayed

SLIDESHOW: A very important date

Lake Oswego fathers and daughters don their best attire and journey down the rabbit hole for 'Twilight in Wonderland'

Metro Council set to fill vacant seat

Candidates seeking an appointment Thursday will all likely compete for a full term in the May primary

Lake Oswego's Touchstone School to close

Officials at the private K-6 school in the Mountain Park neighborhood say the school will shut its doors at the end of the current school year

Students take message to Salem: 'Our lives matter'

More than 200 students from Lakeridge and Lake Oswego high schools take their plea for improved school safety to Salem

Lake Oswego police pull suspect from locked car

After two hours of negotiations, officers smash a Mini Cooper's window and take Travis Lausen into custory

Lake Oswego students to lobby in Salem for school…

Group from Lake Oswego, Lakeridge high schools plans to meet with lawmakers Monday and rally on the Capitol lawn

Lake Oswego postpones major project to repair…

Work on the stretch between Tenth Street and Iron Mountain Boulevard is now set to begin in late 2018 or early 2019

Lake Oswego High's turf softball field delayed…

Title IX settlement says facility should be in place before the start of upcoming season, but City rules have slowed project

Brothers held after allegedly drilling into gas tank

Jonathan and Sean Fredricks face charges of mail theft, criminial mischief and theft after a homeowner calls police

Lake Oswego Rotary Club honors Heather Beck with…

Outgoing school superintendent is one of 16 educators, volunteers and students to win a crystal apple

Lake Oswego leaders seek out tools of tolerance

City, school and community officials hope a two-day workshop in L.A. will foster broad-based conversations

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