Special Olympics Oregon cancels state games

Organization says it will focus on local programs after financial review shows a significant revenue shortfall

Father's Day storm catches Lake Oswego by surprise

Calls keep police and firefighters hopping, but only minor damage and no injuries were reported

Local attorney recognized for pro bono work

John Koch awarded the Multnomah Bar Association's Pro Bono award for his work with Senior Law Project

Bat found in Lake Oswego tests positive for rabies

No one was scratched or bitten, but family pets may have been exposed to the sick animal

Ex-wife admits role in forced-labor scheme

Tanya Jumroon pleads guilty in case involving restaurants in Lake Oswego and Ridgefield that she and her husband no longer own

Lake Oswego girl, 15, struck while crossing Kruse Way

Teen suffers broken leg, lacerations after being hit by a vehicle going 35 mph

Councilors settle on configuration for new Lake Oswego City…

LOPD will share a building that will be located next door to the current downtown structure

A day of service

Lake Oswego real estate agents and mortgage brokers take a day off to spruce up the Adult Community Center

Pacer grad's passion for pets pays off

Nick Eaton started his pet-sitting company when he was just 9; today, it's grown into a full-fledged business

Hartman to take on role with Lake Oswego Chamber

Two-term School Board member will start job as administraive coordinator on July 23

CITY NOTES

Construction projects are scheduled to impact Atwater Road and D Avenue this week

POLICE LOG

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

NEWS BRIEFS

How many lobsters does it take to raise $4 million; LOPD participates in anti-prostitution detail; City opens new fenced-in dog park; Workshop to…

Recycle and repurpose at Lake Oswego's annual Clean-Up Day

Free event gives residents a chance to get rid of bulk waste and donate items they no longer need

'You can be the difference'

Lake Oswego police, Lakeridge High students demonstrate the impact of Hands-Only CPR

Photojournalist Jim Vincent dies at 86

Longtime Lake Oswego resident covered stories of every kind in a career that spanned four decades

Lake Oswego City Council specifies rules for adding ADUs

Units only allowed for owner-occupied, primary residences under tentatively approved regulations

Lake Oswego Parks Board ranks Hallinan Woods high on…

Neighbors have waged a two-year campaign to get the City to buy a portion of the property slated for development

LOPD reaches new heights

Police climb onto the roof of a Plaid Pantry to help raise funds for Special Olympics Oregon

Thackery to the rescue - again

LOFD engineer and paramedic provides in-flight medical assistance, but it's not the first time he's rushed to help

A Photographic Memory

Watch for photos from Lake Oswego's past on the first Thursday of every month in The Review.

How Max's injury became Max's Law

Oregon lawyer David Kracke explains the background behind Oregon's landmark concussion legislation

SLIDESHOW: Lake Oswego says farewell to Heather Beck

Community members gather to thank the Lake Oswego School District superintendent for her four years of service

CITY NOTES

Construction projects will close parts of D Avenue and parfts of Atwater Road

ASK A COP

If the light is blinking yellow, can I wait in the intersection until it's clear to go?

POLICE LOG

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

Veterans Memorial gets boost from City

$50,000 in tourism dollars means the monument in Foothills Park could be ready in time for Veterans Day events

Lake Oswego man arrested in Newberg shooting death

Rees Gilmore Dikeos is charged with murder in the January death of Jack Alan Burnell

Students sue Marylhurst University, seek class-action status

Lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court asks for the refund of tuition paid 'under false pretenses' in April

NEWS BRIEFS

Lake Oswego ranked among Oregon's safest cities; Prosecutors seek eight years for Heine; Financing deal closes for Mary's Woods expansion

Jorgensen prepares to take the reins at Lake Oswego Police…

Incoming police chief says he plans to maintain department's focus on 'No Call Too Small'

Kiss' Tommy Thayer gives keynote address at Pacific…

Guitarist and his dad, Brig. Gen James Thayer of Lake Oswego, are only the second members of same family to receive honorary degrees at Forest Grove…

CITY NOTES

Save a life by participating in Friday's red Cross blood drive at Lake Oswego City Hall

NEWS BRIEFS

Windward one of five Golden Nugget finalists; Respond to Racism sets next meeting

POLICE LOG

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

ASK A COP

What is the speed limit on Daniel Way, the road that runs past Yakima Products?

Lake Oswego Police headed to the roof to help Special…

'Police on the Pantry' fundraiser will take place Friday at the Plaid Pantry on Pilkington Road

'Wear Orange' events on Saturday to promote gun safety

Lake Oswego Ice Creamery will host one of hundreds of events taking place across the country on June 2

Power-washing residue alarms Lake Oswego neighbors,…

Company cited for discharging contaminants into the Lake Oswego stormwater system

Students, faculty hope Marylhurst University can still be…

'Resistance' says school kept them in the dark, but officials call the decision to close the 'only viable course of action'

D Avenue construction underway in Lake Oswego's…

With more road closures coming, project officials are reminding residents to steer clear of work zones

SLIDESHOW: Service & Sacrifice

Hundreds gather in Lake Oswego's Foothills Park to honor fallen veterans and first responders on Memorial Day

Gnomes are hiding in Lake Oswego parks!

Cartoon characters and hide-and-seek game are aimed at encouraging young people to explore city's open spaces

Lake Oswego's Hazelia Field hit by string of car…

Thieves have been swiping credit cards and using them to quickly buy gift cards before the thefts are discovered

Fifth court not an option for Lake Oswego Tennis…

Restrictions in Springbrook Park prohibit expanding the facility's original footprint, but other upgrades are possible

For sale to the highest bidder: a…

Hollywood Video mogul Mark Wattles' never-finished mega-mansion is on the auction block

A real page-turner!

Summer reading programs kick off at the Lake Oswego Public Library on June 1, with lots of prizes for adults, teens and kids

LO honors Arbor Day art contest winners

Seven pieces by students in grades K-8 chosen based on creativity and the theme of Oregon Tree City of the Year

Aliens abduct McMinnville for UFO fest

Thousands attend McMenamins' event with expert speakers, parade and street fair on Saturday, May 19.

Marylhurst faculty challenge decision to close…

Among their suggestions: create a smaller school with a narrower educational mission

Consultants: I-5 tolls could be a pilot

As a committee considers at least five options for tolling Interstate 5 and Interstate 205 through Portland, modeling by ODOT consultants begins to…

Willamette Shore trolley's ready to roll

Extensive maintenence and track repairs were performed along the line between Lake Oswego and South Waterfront during the winter

SLIDESHOW: A feast for the senses

Bright sunshine and a kaleidoscope of colors welcome visitors to opening day at the Lake Oswego Farmers Market

CITY NOTES

Next year's sixth-graders are invited to explore Lake Oswego's the Teen Lounge on Friday

NEWS BRIEFS

Memorial Day celebration to honor vets; NASCAR to honor fallen Lake Oswego soldier

POLICE LOG

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

Schools rush to help Marylhurst students affected…

University will host a transfer information session on campus Thursday, with 23 colleges expected to attend

City, schools plan to 'Speak Up' against racism in…

Police are also participating in the anti-bias training, which will take place May 29 at every school and government office

Marylhurst's legacy of growth & renewal

The college campus on the Willamette River has always adapted to the needs of the surrounding community

Marylhurst University will close before the end of…

Declining enrollment proves fatal to the liberal arts college, which dates back to 1893

Lake Oswego School District approves proposal for…

Facility for students in grades 9-12 will be the first of its kind in Oregon when it opens its doors in August 2019

Council prepares to streamline ADU process

City mulls code changes to encourage the development of standalone structures

Is it a leak or just a high water bill?

Lake Oswego homeowner says she's frustrated that an issue was only discovered due to a coincidental bill error

Lake Oswego prepares for day of remembrance

Phase One of plans to build a Veterans Memorial will be revealed during May 28 event

Turbine generates connection to the history of…

Power plant built in 1909 and a series of dams are still being used to create electricity today

More residents sharing backyards with wildlife

Habitat certification program expands into Rivergrove, Wilsonville and other cities across Clackamas County

A 'Promise' to help homeless students

New nonprofit will house Tigard-Tualatin, Sherwood and Lake Oswego families

SLIDESHOW: 'Everyone was smiling'

With sunshine on their shoulders, nearly 1,000 runners, joggers and happy kids enjoy the 42nd-annual Lake Run

CITY NOTES

The D Avenue Project is underway, and construction is expected to last through the summer

Distracted-driving detail results in 77 Lake Oswego…

The results: 24 citations for speeding in an active school zone, 24 citations for operating a vehicle while using a mobile communication device, 12…

NEWS BRIEFS

Donate bikes for children in need; Find out why 'Your House Matters'; Sentencing delayed for Heine, Yates; Art contest winners to be announced

POLICE LOG

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

Latest results from Tuesday's primary

Schrader defeats Wright in 5th District race; Buehler, Brown will face off for governor; Hoyle defeats Ogden for labor commissioner; LO's Peterson wins…

Keeping it fresh

Lake Oswego Farmers Market returns on Saturday, accompanied by Village Flower Baskets

Schrader leading Wright in Democratic race for 5th…

Incumbent ahead with 86.5 percent of votes; Mark Callahan leads the field in the Republican primary

Buck, Lewis headed for Metro Council runoff

Lake Oswego city councilor wins primary handily, but margin isn't enough to avoid a showdown in November

Winners chosen in Old Town neighborhood poetry…

Three selections will be etched into sidewalk tiles along Durham Street in Lake Oswego

Morelock to leave Lake Oswego School District for…

LOSD's departing assistant superintendent will serve on an interim basis for 2018-19 school year; he replaces outgoing Superintendent Kym…

Scooping up local history

Partnership with the Oswego Heritage House brings photo history project to Oswego Creamery

Arrest of bus driver prompts meeting

Parents hear from LOSD leaders and STA after driver was accused of possessing child pornography

City's 2018-19 budget awaits council approval

'Hold-the-line' $211.4 million spending plan sees minimal changes from last year

SLIDESHOW: You scream, I scream, Lake Oswego…

The opening day $1 scoop event broke Salt & Straw's record with approximately 800 people in line

Distinguished Eagle Scout recognized for work as…

Lake Oswego's Jeff Pinneo received the Distringuished Eagle Scout award last month

Fighting back against blood cancer

Local candidate Kevin Kirkpatrick is in the final stretch of a fundraising competition

NEWS BRIEFS

Awards honor water project, plant manager; Four more sign leases at The Windward

Finishing River Run's transformation

Volunteers help spread mulch in one of the final steps of a process to restore the city park

Lopes promises a fresh take

County commission Position 2 candidate says she was inspired by the broader political climate

SLIDESHOW: Praying for unity

Lake Oswegans come together in a Day of Prayer and an appeal for national unity

POLICE LOG

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

CITY NOTES

Old Town Neighborhood Association will announce the winner of a sidewalk poetry contest

ASK A COP

A Lake Oswego Review reader asks: Can I use my cellphone when I'm riding my bicycle?

Lakeridge High School ranks 6th in Oregon in annual…

The U.S. News and World Report analysis omitted Lake Oswego High School, likely due to low testing participation

Former LO investment adviser pleads guilty to wire…

Shayne Kniss pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges that he defrauded clients of his investment firm

Awards honor Lake Oswego-Tigard Water Partnership

Industry recognizes the $254 million project's innovative engineering and use of concrete; plant manager Kari Duncan also honored

Lake Oswego School District to consider charter…

School Board will hear public comments on the proposal by the Oregon Recovery High School Intitiative on Monday

Oregon Supreme Court weighs Oswego Lake access

Justices hear oral arguments in a case challenging Lake Oswego rules that restrict the public from accessing the waterway

Lake Oswego School District agrees to shift…

Move to an earlier tardy bell is designed to resolve issues with afternoon transportation

Davis, Culter win preservation awards

Lake Oswego honors duo for their volunteer work to help create the Hazelia Agri-Cultural Trail

'Amazing Kids' give back in 28 unique ways

Lake Oswego's Margo Sidline is among the honorees as Pamplin Media Group celebrates strong commitments to community service

Rattled: Trying to get ahead in a crucial numbers…

Compiling a database of concussions at Oregon high schools proves challeging

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