Car seat safety clinic set for Saturday canceled

The event had originally been scheduled from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Sept. 23, at Sherwood Police Department headquarters.

Rebekah Lodge to host indoor/outdoor flea market

The Sept. 23 event is set for the parking lot of U.S. Bank as well as inside the lodge located on Washington Street.

Recreational provider now projects a profit if it runs…

HealthFitness, which originally predicted a deficit after five years, now predicts being almost $600,000 in the black.

Metro Council has four openings in 2018 election

Term limits ensure new president, District 4 councilor for Portland regional government; seats also up in Districts 1 and 2.

Group meets to discuss potential recall of mayor, two…

The mayor and two City Council members voted for a recreational proposal other than that of the YMCA, creating controversy.

Labor Day weekend concert features Irish band

Ruaile Buaile, which has been making its name at music festivals throughout the world, will play the Sherwood Performing Arts Center Sept. 2.

City to approach HealthFitness with list of wants for rec…

Council members list everything from continued programs to no financial loss as part of a wish list for potential provider

Wilson Phillips highlight Love Bites by Carnie bakery/cafe…

Twenty-seven years after having two No. 1 hits, the trio still hits those perfect harmonies during Sherwood concert.

Love Bites by Carnie opens Saturday in Sherwood

Free acoustic Wilson Phillips concert set for 2 p.m. could draw largest crowd Sherwood has ever seen

Sherwood's Pat Allen tapped to right Oregon Health…

Allen currently serves on the Sherwood School Board and was formerly on the planning commission

Deputies seeking hit-and-run driver who struck bicyclist on…

The incident occurred Monday afternoon when a 17-year-old youth was struck by someone in a brown or tan 1990s pickup with a multi-colored tailgate

Sherwood residents love eclipse: 'It's like it's night…

Loads of residents flock to Synder Park, securing prime viewing positions along the baseball field and in front of tennis courts.

Blood donors needed for special Sept. 11 blood drive

The Sherwood Police Department is hoping to see 100 donors for Sept. 11 blood drive at the Sherwood Police Department.

Sherwood council opts for HealthFitness to replace YMCA

Emotions flair at meeting as Minneapolis-based firm gets the nod to provide services for city-owned rec center

Water pipeline slated soon for installation along 124th…

Meanwhile, plans are to build a $250 million water treatment facility along 124th Avenue near Tualatin-Sherwood Road

Basalt Creek Parkway opens Monday afternoon

Time needed for work crews to finish final striping moves official opening of roadway forward a few hours

Internet exchange space at police department lot designed…

Thanks to a donation from the Sherwood Police Foundation, the sign was installed Aug. 8 in the police parking lot.

Selection on future Sherwood recreation center provider…

The Sherwood City Council will pick one of three providers based on a ranking system for the facility currently run by the YMCA

Handel's franchise plans grand opening

The ice cream franchise, which was founded in Youngston, Ohio, will host the event Aug. 8 through 12 at 21300 Langer Farms Parkway

Rep. Rich Vial talks transportation issues, outcome of…

Vial, a first-time legislator from Scholls, says one of his main goals is to deal with transportation solutions

National Night Out set for Aug. 1 in Sherwood

This will be the fourth year for this annual event set from 5 to 9 p.m. in Cannery Square Plaza in Old Town

Friday Movies in the Park series set

'Sing,' 'Lego Batman,' 'Moana' and 'Rogue One' all set to play during 2017 Movies in the Park series in August.

'You may kiss the mayor'

Sherwood Mayor Krisanna Clark weds Redmond Mayor George Endicott in a surprise ceremony.

Sherwood 4-H Club scores wins at WashCo Fair

Sherwood 4-H Club members have fun and win scores of ribbons at the annual Washington County Fair held July 27-30

Police to host National Night Out

The Sherwood Police Department will host its Fourth Annual National Night Out at Cannery Square in Old Town, from 5 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 1 with…

Another parcel off of Brookman Road annexed into the city

The Sherwood City Council approves annexing 2.21 acres of property into the city, something now required under state law.

District hires new associate principal/teacher on special…

Janay Cookson most recently worked as a Newberg High School assistant principal and holds degrees in sports medicine, physical educatin and teaching

Opposing views on Basalt Creek shared at Tualatin council…

Tualatin and Wilsonville have locked horns over some 42 buildable acres south of Victoria Gardens.

For fifth year in a row, city recieves excellence in…

The annual award is given to cities across the country who meet high standards in finance reporting.

Adult foster care cooking fire displaces 11

The July 22 incident resulted in the temporary displacement of those living in the Mansfield St. home because they were unable to cook meals.

Love Bites by Carnie to host Aug. 26 opening with…

The new production bakery and cafe on Century Drive could employ between 30 to 40 people in a variety of positions.

Bill to raise state smoking age to 21 passes House

After the Senate agreed to a minor language change, the bill was sent to Gov. Kate Brown's desk for a signature.

Robin Hood Festival comes off without a hitch in what's…

The two-day event also featured the annual Saturday parade that was so long that the start circled back to meet the end of the event

Sherwood to vote (again) on recreational marijuana

A group of petitioners collected enough signatures to get a measure on the November ballot that would repeal a current ban on recreational

Robin Hood Festival - now it its 64 year - kicks into gear…

The annual event, whose main events occur in the Old Town area and Edy Ridge Elementary School, is set for this weekend

House member sets town hall in Sherwood

Rep. Richard Vial set to discuss legislation, budget and more with constituents at Aug. 1 event.

Decorative portable toilets prove a hit at wine festival

With four businesses agreeing to pay $250 each as part of a scholarship contest, The Hungry Hero Dessert Co. wins the King of the Throne trophy with…

Roadwork to shut 175th Avenue from Scholls Ferry Road to…

The road closure begins July 5 and will continue through Aug. 3 in order to make roadway improvements along the heavily traveled Beaverton…

Board gives go-head to purchase city property for new high…

The Sherwood School Board says superintendent can negotiate with the city of Sherwood to buy 15 acres of land at $130,000 an acre off of Elwert and…

Two months after kidney transplant, life looking up for…

Lisa Marshall, a local Sherwood mom, donated a kidney to Theo Yigsaw on April 17 for a transplant at Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital and the Sherwood…

Laurel Ridge associate principal named to new…

Adam Mitchell, who most recently served as associate principal and instructional coach at Laurel Ridge Middle School, moves to a position to support…

Jake Healea named new Sherwood Middle School…

Healea served in the capacity of assistant principal at both Lakeridge Junior High and Lakeridge High School as a teacher on special assignment in…

Sherwood girl's dress finalist in Duck Tape Stuck…

A Sherwood girl is a finalist in contest to see who can make best prom outfit out of Duck Tape-brand duct tape where winners are voted for online…

Police foundation 'Steak Out' raises $30,000 to…

The Sherwood Police Foundation included a barbecue-style dinner complete with a live and silent auction held May 20 at Sherwood Center for the Arts

OSP honors nine officers who helped save Trooper…

In a ceremony held in Sherwood Tuesday, Oregon State Police Superintendent Travis Hampton presented awards to the officers, including three Sherwood…

Fried named Prep Soccer Player of the year

Fried's Sherwood teammate, senior Lindsay Howard, was also a finalist for the Female Prep Soccer Player of the Year honor. Camille Weaver of Summit…

Commission approves construction of 25 townhouses…

The Sherwood Planning Commission approved the townhouses -- which will include six separate buildings that feature 1,372- to 1,751-square-foot square…

City moves to sell district land for new high school

On Tuesday, the Sherwood City Council will look at selling the school district 15 acres of land along Elwert Road at $130,000 an acre for new high…

Sherwood wins creativity award for Grand Floral…

This is Sherwood's third entry in the annual parade's mini-float division and the city has never come home without an award, winning the top prize…

More than 400 SHS students call it a high school…

Hundreds packed into Sherwood High School's Aaron J. Contreras Memorial Stadium for 81st annual graduation ceremony held on a rainless June 10…

Hundreds flock to Old Town Sherwood for Cruisin'…

The weather cooperated for the most part with sunny skies welcoming event-goers by early afternoon on Saturday as more than 400 cars filled downtown…

SLIDESHOW: Sherwood High School grads head into the…

Students, their families and friends celebrated as 417 seniors earned their diplomas Friday evening at the high school.

Sherwood teen found safe in city Saturday

Sherwood police report that Effie 'Nikki' Shaha-Walberg, who has been missing since Sunday, was discovered in Sherwood city limits Saturday; mother…

With 6,106 acts of kindness, Sherwood's St. Francis…

The good deeds were recorded by the school's 134 students since Dec. 2

Franchise fee dispute between city and Clean Water…

At issue was payment of franchise fees by the storm- and wastewater services agency; city agrees to contribure $507435.

Police seek missing/endangered Sherwood teenager

Effie 'Nikki' Shaha-Walberg left her residence Sunday and was last seen in downtown Portland on Monday

Former co-owner of newspaper dies

Randalyn Clark and her husband, Steve Clark, owned and ran the weeklies from Beaverton, Tigard and Tualatin, as well as Lake Oswego and West Linn, in…

Councilor King announces resignation due to address…

Dan King served a full four-year term and has been elected to the council twice since then.

Local middle-school bands march to Junior Parade…

More than 30 middle-school bands marched in the annual parade on Southeast Sandy Boulevard in the Hollywood neighborhood.

Get your motor runnin' for Cruisin' Sherwood set…

The annual car show features classic and custom cars from throughout the region, gathering in Old Town Sherwood

Franchise fee dispute settlement between city and…

Council will meet Tuesday to see if a $507,435 contribution to water upgrade project will resolve issues around right-of-way fee

Applicant requests 25 townhouses along Oregon Street

The Sherwood Planning Commission will house a public hearing on the issue on June 13.

Local educators react to Trump decision on Paris…

One PSU professor says withdrawing from the Paris climate agreement sends dangerous signal

Bob Terry seeks Washington County board chairmanship

District 4 commissioner has had long civic involvement and county experience, seeks seat open by pending retirement of Andy Duyck.

Tualatin's Clark Lumber moving to Sherwood location

Business devastated by fire last July is still holding annual car show and BBQ

Washington County mayors talk community projects,…

The mayors of Beaverton, Cornelius, Forest Grove, Hillsboro, Sherwood, Tigard, Tualatin and Wilsonville got together to talk about their partnerships.

Sherwood mini float builders hope third time is a…

The city is defending it's championship title in the Grand Floral Parade's mini-float division.

Five proposals submitted to city to run Sherwood…

Among those is a proposal from the YMCA of the Columbia-Willamette, which currently runs the city's rec and aquatic center.

Hackers stole customer data from Oregon Chipotle…

Nearly 30 Chipotle restaurants across the state were hacked in March and April, with potentially thousands of credit card data stolen, according to…

City, district mull how high school might change…

Traffic and congestion were some of the concerns brought up during a joint work session on May 23

Saturday proved foamy - as in 2.5 million gallons…

More than 2,500 walkers and runners participate in 5K Foam Fest at Sherwood Forest Equestrian Center

Libraries halt fines for overdue children's books

Library officials said they hope the change removes a 'barrier' to low-income families checking out materials, especially as summer reading…

Robin Hood Festival: Meet this year's Robin Hood…

Whitney Groeger was crowned this year's Maid Marian on May 8

Eagle Scout project creates new obstacle course for…

Irma, Sherwood police's K9, gets a brand new course for herself and other Washington County police dogs

Symposium Coffee's felled tree inspires Sherwood…

The weeping cedar, which was removed following the April 7 windstorm, was catalyst for Melanie Dobson's 'Catching the Wind.'

Handel's Homemade Ice Cream set to open June 14

The Ohio-based franchise, the first in the state, will feature ice cream made fresh daily

Sherwood Rotary Club spreads message of peace…

It funds and dedicates peace poles at facilities to serve as visual reminders of harmony and respect

Metro seeks comments on new high school May 24

The regional government in charge of land use and urban growth boundary expansion wants public imput

Storytelling event planned in Beaverton

County will observe Older Americans Month, Mental Health Awareness Month with session at city library.

Saturday is for the birds at Tualatin River Bird…

The annual event is held at the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge off Highway 99W. Parking for the festival is off-site in west Tualatin.

Washington County budget a step closer to final…

Citizen panel OKs $1.2 billion spending plan for coming year, forwards it to county commissioners for adoption June 20.

Measure sought to repeal city's recreational…

Signature gatherers have until Nov. 17 to collect names to place on a future ballot

Hiland wins seat on Sherwood School Board

Incumbents Eric Campbell and Patrick Allen return to their seats unchallenged

Washington County passes sheriff's levy

Measure 34-272 extends patrols, investigations and other services in urban unincorporated areas through 2023; five-year rate is unchanged.

'Days for Girls' sewing, assembling feminine…

Volunteers and donations are needed as the nonprofit group seeks to get menstrual products into the hands of girls in Tanzania and Honduras this year.

Commission approves assisted living along Edy Road,…

The back of the assisted living complex will face Edy Road while access to the retail portion is through a right-turn-only entrance along Highway 99W

Amazing Kids honored for making communities better

Former Blazer Brian Grant speaks at Monday awards celebration held at OMSI

Police Foundation to host 'Steak-Out' BBQ…

The barbecue is the foundation's first fundraiser since its founding in 2014

Washington County gets $1.2 billion spending plan…

Budget proposes a few additions; public hearing and approval set for May 18, after which board of commissioners will adopt final version June 20.

Refinancing results in $920,000 in savings to water…

City manager says the news means there will be less pressure to increase water rates

Wyden presents U.S. flag to Holocaust survivor

Wiener, who has given three lectures in Sherwood, said his Sept. 24, 2016, public appearance would be his last.

Tualatin's Clark Lumber moves to Sherwood location

The business that was devastated by a fire last July will soon locate on Tonquin Road.

Wyden: Resist GOP health care overhaul

Oregon Democrat cheered at Hillsboro town hall, says key is to build opposition quickly to House bill so that Senate Republicans scrap it.

Bonamici: Congress needs more bipartisanship, less…

Oregon Democrat contrasts GOP health-care bill, now headed to Senate, with five-month budget agreement that foiled many of Trump's priorities.

Woodhaven Park hosts grand reopening, unveiling a…

The revamped park also includes added basketball courts and an expanded Tonka Truck sandbox.

PERS increases, city taking over senior center…

The Public Employees Retirement System is expected to increase by $350,000 in the upcoming fiscal year

Ceremony honors Officer Jason Goodding whose name…

Former Sherwood resident Jason Goodding is honored as the 183rd officer killed since the 1880s.

Banners to honor military set for installation…

Plans are to have numerous banners up the week of the Fourth of July

Middleton Pioneer Cemetery needs volunteers to…

Volunteers will spiffy up the facility fromn 9 to 11 a.m. on May 20.

Amazing Kids inspire community and local businesses

The Pamplin Media Group hosts its annual Amazing Kids Event this coming Monday, May 8, at OMSI.

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