TriMet says it will delay bond vote by two years

Metro will sponsor a measure in 2020 instead that could be accompanied by a housing bond

From Our Vault: Remsen's drew a big crowd

Loyal customers flocked to family-friendly grocer, especially after a state-of-the-art remodel in 1959-60

Marylhurst to revive dorms

Planned renovation of Villa Maria building will bring back on-campus housing for the first time in 10 years

Special Services Council working toward inclusion

Parents' group cites recent successes in annual report to the Lake Oswego School Board, but says that challenges do remain

Dems focus attention on politics, economics at meeting

Willamette Women Democrats host Oregon's chief economist and lots of candidates

ASK A COP

This week's question: Is the Lake Oswego Police Department doing its youandblue campaign again?

Police Log

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

News Briefs

Meals on Wheels handed big check; Fill a stocking to create holiday joy; 'Tis the season for giving back in LO

City Notes

Reunion Farmers Market returns for one day only; Library staffers will unveil their new high-tech sorting system

Environmental advocate joins race for Senate District 19…

West Linn resident Daphne Wysham currently serves as the director of the Climate Justice Program at the Center for Sustainable Economy and as an…

SLIDESHOW: 'Thank you for your service'

Lake Oswego pays tribute to military veterans with an emotional gathering at City Hall

Behold the power of words

More than 100 authors draw big crowds to Wordstock for a day devoted to the literary arts

SLIDESHOW: It's a dirty job ...

Firefighters, guardsmen take advantage of the Oswego Lake drawdown to lead rescue drills in waist-deep mud

Restore Oregon honors two preservation projects in Lake…

Iron Workers Cottage in Old Town, Belluschi Pavilion on Marylhurst campus among 10 winners of DeMuro Award

News Briefs

Lake Oswegans plan two Veterans Day tributes; DAR honors veterans who didn't come home

Tools 4 Troops approaching goal

Nonprofit has already supplied 1,660 veterans with tools for therapeutic, home and workplace needs

'Gusbandry' is antidote to post-election stress

Alicia J. Rose talks about her internet series, dating and the Portland art scene

Preparing for the worst

For Community Emergency Response Team volunteers in Lake Oswego, the final exam can feel very real

Latest designs put Lake Oswego staffers, police in a single…

New Civic Center will still be built in two stages, but a courtyard has now evolved into a central atrium

City Notes

It's not too late to submit your nomination for this year's Unsung Heroes awards

ASK A COP

This week's question: How long do I have to sit at a stop sign for it to be considered a stop?

Police Log

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

Jury awards $70,000 to former Pacer dancer but rejects most…

Panel finds for the defendants on all but one count in a federal lawsuit that accused the Lake Oswego School District, a coach and a parent volunteer…

Meiser sentenced to life in prison

California man was found guilty last month in the 2012 murder of Frederick 'Fritz' Hayes in Lake Oswego

Macpherson, Davis say they will seek appointment to…

Former state lawmaker, Tualitin city councilor join a race that already includes Lake Oswego School Board member Rob Wagner

Event to share 'Wisdom of Mothers'

Rabbi Eve Posen will talk about her new book, 'Pirkei Imahot: the Wisdom of Mothers, the Voices of Women,' at the Lake Oswego Public Library

'The one time I listen to the parents, we end up here.'

On the third day of a federal lawsuit against the Lake Oswego School District, a coach and a parent volunteer, a former ally questions the…

China creates turmoil for local recyclers

Far West, other companies have stopped accepting plastics because of strict new purity standards

City, developer zero in on a plan for North Anchor

Project would add two apartment buildings and a boutique hotel along B Avenue in downtown Lake Oswego

Health care enrollment period is now underway

Lake Oswego financial adviser Robert Hesslink offers a few tips for navigating the marketplace

She's a cut above

After more than 45 years, barber Kathy Mach hangs up her clippers - but not without a proper send-off

SLIDESHOW: Crosstoberfest takes cyclists on a wild ride

More than 300 riders participated in the cyclocross event, completing as many laps of the 1.5-mile course as possible in 50-minute waves.

Celebrating a beloved author

By official proclamation, Nov. 6 will be 'Brian Doyle Day' in Lake Oswego, with a daylong celebration at the library

Transforming the Wizer Block

Work continues inside and out at The Windward, a new mixed-use development in downtown Lake Oswego

Will Lake Oswego see another crazy winter?

Meteorologists gather at OMSI to talk about last year's snowy weather and try to predict what's coming

Birding without borders

Oregon-born birder Noah Strycker's Big Year: all seven continents, 41 countries and 6,042 species

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Now that fall is here, are you as excited for the return of Pumpkin Spice Lattes as I am?

City Notes

Community forum will offer a chance to weigh in on plans for the city's new downtown civic center

News Briefs

VFW to host Veterans Day event at City Hall; Sonya Fischer kicks off election campaign; 'Respond to Racism' schedules next meeting

Police Log

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

'She's going to have to pay for what she did'

On the second day of a federal lawsuit against the Lake Oswego School District, two coaches and a parent volunteer, a former Lakeridge High School…

Lake Oswego School District chooses Rhoades to be…

LOSD also says it will begin work on softball fields in December as part of Title IX agreement

Lake Oswego parents push back on plan to expand…

Concerns revolve around displacing students to make room for the program at a time of limited capacity

A Halloween for (all) the ages

Youngsters and the young at heart celebrate a not-so-spooky holiday in Lake Oswego

'I was not OK with what had happened. I was…

Lakeridge parent and former dancer describes hazing incident during first days of a federal lawsuit against the Lake Oswego School District, coaches…

Hazing lawsuit against Lake Oswego School District…

Opening arguments set for Oct. 31 in federal case involving a former member of the Pacer Dance Team

Local teens get to 'Drive With a Cop'

Annual event at PIR aims to improve the driving abilities and decision-making skills of young motorists

Airbnb hosts push back on Lake Oswego's ban

Councilors consider revisiting the issue but ultimately vote 4-3 to leave the City's ban in place

Get cozy at Ryser's Farm!

Picking pumpkins is just one of the activities awaiting school groups and families with young children

Schrader remains optimistic

Oregon Democrat sees potential two-year deal on insurance premium subsidies; has doubts on a tax-code overhaul that Republicans, Trump say is top…

From front yard to graveyard

Local residents look to give trick-or-treaters a fright by going all-in on their Halloween decorations

Cram now for Wordstock

Portland's massive literary festival will draw thousands of book lovers to eight downtown venues Nov. 11

TriMet will use survey to formulate 2018 bond

Voters say they'd prefer a mix of road, bike, transit and pedestrian projects on the November ballot

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My husband's father passed away. He was a WWII vet, and in the course of cleaning out his home, we found what looks like a hand grenade. Should we…

City Notes

On tap this week: Halloween activities, stewardship opportunties and chances to weigh in on City projects

News Briefs

GP Kitchen closing B Avenue shop; Dispose of old or unwanted medicine; LOVE Inc. plans to open Bridge of Hope

Police Log

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

SLIDESHOW: When water flowed like wine

Not even a torrential downpour could dampen participants' enthusiasm at the 2017 Wine Walk in Lake Oswego

Devlin appointment sets off a scramble for state…

Lake Oswego School Board member Rob Wagner is the first to announce his candidacy for longtime lawmaker's job

Mourners gather to celebrate life of Don Tisdel

Former Lake Oswego resident was a longtime supporter of arts and civic organizations and played a huge role with the U.S. Tennis Association

SLIDESHOW: Lake Oswego High celebrates a joyous…

The clouds were threatening, but it didn't rain on the Lakers' parade or dampen the excitement of fans in the stands

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

Lake Oswego schools shine in academic growth,…

District, individual schools score top marks for helping students improve and advance in reading, math

SLIDESHOW: A sure sign of fall

Visitors flock to Lake Oswego's last farmers market of the season and look forward to a reunion in November

Property tax bills in Lake Oswego expected to jump…

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…

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

Lake Oswego, Tigard officials celebrate completion…

Ozone filtration system at rebuilt West Linn treatment plant is the final piece of a nine-year partnership

The Springs breaks ground on new community in Lake…

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…

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

School bond implementation process moves ahead in…

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

Kevin Love offers a hefty gift to Lake Oswego High…

Basketball all-star says he'll donate about $200,000 in strength-training equipment to his alma mater

State Supreme Court will hear Oswego Lake access…

Issues under review include the central questions of whether the lake is public and whether the City can bar access through its parks

Meiser found guilty of murder in 2012 Lake Oswego…

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

Lake Oswego City Council votes to 'legalize' part…

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

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