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LO parks bond passing by 62-38 margin in early returns

Bond would generate an estimated $30 million for parks, recreation and open space

Market fresh: LO Farmers' Market opens for the season

Scores of residents stopped by for the opening day of the Lake Oswego Farmers' Market Saturday, May 18, at Millenium Plaza Park.

LO hosting block party to celebrate D Avenue project

The party, which will run from 4 to 7 p.m., takes place on the one-year anniversary of ground breaking

Q&A: Taya Kyle reflects on what Memorial Day means to her

Kyle will speak when the ribbon is cut on the new LO Veterans & First Responders Memorial in Foothills Park next week

Budget committee finalizes deliberations

Following the green light from the committee, the 2020-2021 budget heads to City Council for final approval

LO hosting Community Shredding event Saturday

The shredding will take place from 9 a.m. to noon, or until the shred trucks are full

Goats in the garden

Three very special guests - Wells, Fargo and Lolo - made an appearance Tuesday at Luscher Farm's Garden Babies activities

Former Zupan's Market employee accused of stealing $40,000

Tanner J. Cole, a Lake Oswego resident, allegedly stole money between September 2017 and March 2019

Market opens with sustainability in mind

2019 Farmers' Market kicks off this Satruday, May 18 with a slate of new vendors

Short-term rentals headed to City Council

Planning Commission passes policy recommendation 5-1, City Council to host public hearing June 4

Capernaum completes Rossman Park stewardship project

Young Life group partners with LO Parks & Rec's stewardship program to complete service project for third year in a row

Police log

Information for the public safety column comes from public records of the Lake Oswego Police Department.Authorities recently filed reports on the…

Bite-Sized Blotter: Salted cars, PDA and a very bad first…

Every Wednesday, we'll whet your police log appetite with the week's best entries.

What's on deck: City hosting open house for water project

Looking for feedback on 10th Street Water System Project, which includes removal of reservoir

Park board stresses importance of passing bond

Board members want to see more services for Lake Oswegans and a permanent home for Parks & Recreation staff

Oak Creek students learn bike safety - just in time for…

Students learned how to signal when they're turning, navigate traffic safely, obey traffic signals

LEVEL interval training studio open at The Windward

Fitness enthusiast Lindsay Barney launches program she developed as a busy mom to get fitness done

Former Zupan's Market employee accused of stealing $40,000

Tanner J. Cole, a Lake Oswego resident, allegedly stole money between September 2017 and March 2019

LO man arrested after colliding with Bend PD K9 vehicle

The officer involved in the crash suffered non life-threatening injuries, according to police

LO reps take the streets to bring awareness to mental health

City of Lake Oswego employees participated in county-wide sign rally effort promoting Mental Health Awareness month

LO Police arrest two for breaking into cars

Jonathan Crowley, 30, and Danielle Brown, 42, were both cited for unlawful entry into a motor vehicle

Kessi, Browne honored with Preservation Merit Award

Pat Kessi and Mark Browne's efforts go above and beyond to preserve Lake Oswego's history

What's on deck: LO Budget Committee meets tonight

Committee will evaluate recommendations for how to allocate $35,000 in municipal grants

Lake Run returns for 43rd year

Northwest Housing Alternatives the new presenting sponsor for 2019 Lake Run

LO pivots on Luscher Trails, looks to bring farm into UGB

Clackamas County denied City's application for trails on property that's currently zoned for farm use

Law firm to help draft RFP, partnership agreement

City Council hires Hawkins Delafield & Wood to help with Tryon wastewater replacement project

ChefStable bringing big names to Mercantile Village

Incoming restaurants include Portland staples like Lardo, Grassa, Oven & Shaker, Saint Jack, Loyal Legion

Ask a Cop

A Lake Oswego police officer or firefighter answers readers' questions each week in this space.

Police log

Information for the public safety column comes from public records of the Lake Oswego Police Department.Authorities recently filed reports on the…

A golden patty: LO's Next Level Burger honored by…

Next Level's Signature burger earns national Golden Burger Award from organization

City notes

Budget committee, Old Town Neighborhood Association, Planning Commission have upcoming meetings

Jury finds LOSD not liable for damages of fall on…

Taylor Rockwood's parents sought $1.7 million after she fractured her back in January 2016

Healthy juices, smoothies available at Nekter in…

'Our love of freshly made juice and clean ingredients has helped us on our journey to a healthier lifestyle.'

Fire dept., pathways on list of concerns for budget…

The budget committee will meet to approve the budget and set property tax rates May 9

'It makes it safer on scene for everyone'

Multi-agency training creates relationships with firefighters who work with LOFD

Planning commission near decision on short term…

Commission members will finalize their recommendation and findings for the City Council at their May 13 meeting

Police confirm LO resident died in April 10 crash

Resident was taken to hospital after crash, later died of injuries; crash still being investigated

Police log

Information for the public safety column comes from public records of the Lake Oswego Police Department.Authorities recently filed reports on the…

AFC to open 5th clinic in Oregon City

Based in Alabama, the 37-year-old urgent and primary care group also has location in Lake Oswego

Local teens arrested for park vandalism

Griffin Collins of West Linn and Alec Senner of Lake Oswego were arrested for the December vandalism at Mary S. Young Park.

Ballots are out: Get caught up with our coverage

Lake Oswego will weigh in on a competitive school board race, a school Learning Levy and a parks bond

Preparedness fair offers small steps to implement…

Preparing for disaster is daunting, but the City of Lake Oswego is here to help you take small steps towards being ready for anything

City hosting LO Speaks event at Lake Theater

The event, which was organized entirely by the students in the Youth Leadership Council, features five guest speakers

Segment of Lakeview Boulevard to close for…

City realigning intersection of Lakeview Boulevard and Jean Road to improve safety

'It was pretty magical': LO resident honored for…

Colleen Wright won grand prize in Friends of Columbia Gorge photo contest with 'moody image'

'I just felt like something had to be done'

Lake Oswego resident Leo Conkle pledges $25k in support of restoration efforts to Notre Dame Cathedral

Traffic flow changes coming on Country Club Road

In early May, the active work zone will shift to the south side of Country Club Road.

Schill: Critical moment for higher ed funding

University of Oregon President Michael Schill addresses Rotary Club of Lake Oswego on fundraising, new programs and how the drought for higher ed…

News briefs

Lake Run set for May 11; Apply for City boards and commissions; Drug take-back event scheduled

LOSD announces makeup plans for May 8 school…

Five Thursdays in May and the first Thursday in June will be full instructional days with no early release

DEI Task Force takes shape, Council to evaluate in…

Task force will look at how to remove barriers for people looking to serve on City boards and commissions, as well as to broaden the applicant pool…

Anushka Nair named LO's 2019 Amazing Kid

LO High School senior has made a mark in community by standing up for diversity, equity

Churchill Mortgage offers personal touch

New downtown LO mortgage company puts focus on people and relationship, not transactions

Why microaggressions matter

The Review introduces a new monthly column in partnership with Lake Oswego Respond to Racism

Police log

Information for the public safety column comes from public records of the Lake Oswego Police Department.Authorities recently filed reports on the…

LO school board takes step back on bus barn…

Board doesn't plan to sell property in Rosewood neighborhood, but will explore alternative options

Facing teacher walkout, LO School Board votes to…

Board said decision was based on student safety, as there wouldn't be enough teachers in buildings

Former LO business owner pleads guilty to mail,…

Aequitas Management, LLC, was at center of conspiracy that cost investors more than $600 million

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The ever-popular Hop at the Hunt event returned to Lake Oswego April 20 at Lake Oswego Hunt

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