Bringing the taste and feel of Asia to Lake Oswego

Sushi restaurant and massage studio/spa open next to each other on Second Street in downtown Lake Oswego

History Connection: Preserving Bryant's 'participatory…

Lynn Takata and Mark Brody worked with students to create mosaic murals at the school

Head of Lake Oswego School District's bond projects retires

Randy Miller's sudden departure comes as work begins to ramp up at schools across the district

Spreading the credit union message

Lake Oswego resident Steven Stapp travels to countries around the world to develop new credit union systems

Get your motor runnin' to Portland Auto Show

Buyers and browsers can all check out the latest models Jan. 24-27 at the region's biggest collection of cars, trucks, SUVs

NEWS BRIEFS

Road work underway on Country Club Road; LOPD arrests alleged squatter in First Addition

CITY NOTES

Multicultural Book Day kicks off Lake Oswego Reads on Friday at the public library

POLICE LOG

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

ASK A COP

If there is a double right-turn lane, is it legal to turn right on red from the second lane from the right when traffic is clear?

Lake Oswego seeks input on trails, bike park

Parks Board gets a feel for the proposal on a tour of Luscher Farm; first of three more Open Houses scheduled for Feb. 12

Police arrest alleged squatter in Lake Oswego

With the help of a Tigard K9, officers find Erich Jae Wonderling hiding in a bedroom of a vacant house

Officials explain details of Boones Ferry Road project

As construction nears, Lake Oswego residents come out in droves to ask questions, voice concerns and view the latest designs

Do or die time for North Anchor?

Lake Oswego City Council will decide next month whether to accept changes to the proposed downtown development

Celebrating Sustainability

Lake Oswego Sustainability Network will look back on a busy year with guest speakers and a film on Jan. 22

Smile, you're on camera!

Milestone Systems brings the U.S. headquarters for its video management software company to a space on Meadows Road

Booktique is finally on the move

New location on Monroe Parkway, which could be open as soon as Jan. 22, offers more parking and greater visibility

Feds: Freeway tolls 'very likely' to be approved

The Federal Highway Administration responds to the request to toll parts of I-5 and I-205 in the Portland area.

CITY NOTES

All City offices will be closed on Jan. 21 in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day

NEWS BRIEFS

What should go in a Library of Things; Respond to Racism sets next meeting for Feb. 4

BUSINESS BRIEFS

Canby flower farm among top attractions; The Springs promotes Jay Leo; Art of Makeup School offering bridal class; LO Chamber networking

POLICE LOG

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

'PLAN AHEAD, EXPECT DELAYS'

Officials urge Lake Oswegans to be prepared as construction along a busy stretch of Country Club Road gets underway

Lake Oswego school administrator in charge of bond projects…

Randy Miller's sudden departure comes as work begins to ramp up at schools across the district

Kotek says schools, housing among her top priorities

House Speaker tells Willamette Women Democrats that Oregon will be a 'beacon of hope'

Lake Oswego Junior High principal arrested for DUII

Police stopped Kevin Mills at around 10:15 p.m. Friday on Debok Road in West Linn, officials say

Manz, Wendland, Nguyen sworn in as city councilors

On an historic evening, Gov. Kate Brown watches as Lake Oswego celebrates the most diverse council in city history

Lake Oswego Library renovations turn page on shelving system

Physical changes will come with a new way of organizing the adult fiction collection

POLICE LOG

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

Rattled: Working to close gaps in concussion laws

Private leagues, camps and clinics present gray areas for head-injury legislation

McDonald's on Hwy. 43 closes

Challenging access contributed to decision, owner says, but employees won't lose jobs

Charities are in driver's seat at preview party

Funds raised at the Portland International Auto Show event will benefit eight groups

Lake Oswego Reads 2019: Ready, set, read!

Hundreds gather at the library to receive their free copy of Cristina Henriquez's 'Book of Unknown Americans'

Rattled: A painful pendulum

Sue Casey suspects her husband's cognitive decline was linked to concussions he suffered playing football

CITY NOTES

Boones Ferry Road project update, City Council open house set for Thursday evening

NEWS BRIEFS

Road work underway on Country Club Road; LOPD arrests 11 for impaired driving in December

ASK A COP

What should I do if the traffic lights at an intersection are out due to a power failure?

WHATA

Bamboo Sushi brings its certified-sustainable seafood to a warm, modern space in downtown Lake Oswego

Repair instead of replace

Free Repair Fair at United Methodist Church on Saturday is a chance for community members to fix beloved items

THE SOUNDS OF JOY

Rock Voices is as much about healing and the power of community as it is about music

Goff defends his decision to leave over staffing cuts

Lake Oswego fire chief says he was fired for refusing to support a plan to close South Shore Station, but city officials say that's not so

From Foreign Legion to fencing master

Telling Their Stories: Delmar Calvert recounts his journey from a French soldier to O.S.S. operative and beyond

Allowing the body to do its job

That's the goal of Anchor of Life Family Chiropractic, which offers membership plans at its new Lake Oswego office

Out of his van and up off the mat

Community bands together to help Chuck Chancellor recover from a series of financial and health-related setbacks

CITY NOTES

Development Review Commission will consider permit requests for the new Lakeridge Junior High on Monday

POLICE LOG

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

Business Briefs

Kirsten Rian is new ED at Arts Alliance; Cascade Sotheby's acquires Park Place Real Estate; Wild Collective Salon opens in Tualatin; Local business…

NEWS BRIEFS

Road work to start on Country Club Road; Wagner to chair Senate Education Committee; Local Boy Scouts will recycle your tree

Book giveaway to kick off Lake Oswego Reads

Dozens of events are planned around Cristina Henriquez's 'Book of Unknown Americans'

Friends of Luscher Farm hope to kill plan for bike…

Lake Oswego Parks Board to tour Farr Property and discuss future of trails, bike park at January meeting

SLIDESHOW: Shared among friends

Here are the 20 posts that attracted the most attention on The Lake Oswego Review's Facebook page in 2018

Gershon, Hutson honored as 2018's Unsung Heroes

Pair recognized for their behind-the-scenes service to Lake Oswego community

No call was too small for LOPD in 2018

Deranged squirrels? Stranded Millennials? It was quite a year for the men and women in blue

Downtown 'Beacon' beginning to take shape

Mixed-use development at Third Street and B Avenue in Lake Oswego is on schedule for completion in early 2020, developers say

Gloria's guardian angel

Della Shanley, 94-year-old Gloria Sample's best friend, has stood by the Lake Oswego woman's side through recent health scares

NEWS BRIEFS

Library plans big changes in January; Local Boy Scouts will recycle your tree; City offices will be closed for New Year's

THE TOP 10 STORIES OF 2018

From student-led rallies and political campaigns to bond projects, bag bans and a brutal attack, here's what grabbed our attention in Lake Oswego…

Lake Oswego's beloved Booktique finds a new home

Announcement on Christmas Eve means the bookstore won't have to close it doors because of upcoming redevelopment

Garrett named to state Supreme Court

Former LO state representative and appeals court judge appointed by Gov. Kate Brown to fill vacancy.

Castle's 'London Connection' is ready for the big…

Short film by Lake Oswego climate activist Duke Castle encourages viewers to keep their resolve in the face of despair

2018 Holiday Cheer

Happy Holidays and Seasons Greetings from the readers of the Lake Oswego Review, West Linn Tidings and Wilsonville Spokesman

Gun found on Lakeridge High campus; two teens…

Lake Oswego Police say a 19-year-old former student had come to campus to fight two current students

MERRY & BRIGHT

Celebrate the season with sixcolorful pages of photos from Lake Oswego neighbors, families and friends in this week's issue of The Review!

Tualatin rejects Stafford deal

Objections to restrictions on concept planning lead to a 3-3 vote; Lake Oswego and West Linn have already apporoved the pact

POLICE LOG

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

NEWS BRIEFS

Local option levy survey extended; Chat with Santa and help Hunger Fighters; Local Boy Scouts will recycle your tree; Tickets on sale for Foundation…

Former Thai restaurateur sentenced in forced-labor…

Paul Jumroon ordered to serve 37 months in prison, pay more than $250,000 to victims and the IRS

Jeff Gudman, Joe Buck look back on their time as…

Both say working through differences for the common good has been a highlight of their time at City Hall

Lazenby announces he'll retire in July 2019

Decision comes after 40 years in city government and six years as city manager of Lake Oswego

Lake Oswego Fire Chief Larry Goff 'involuntarily…

City Manager says former Police Chief Don Johnson will replace Goff, who says he was fired for opposing possible cuts

Jordan Wheeler named city manager in Sandy

Lake Oswego's deputy city manager brings more than 10 years of government exeperience to his new role

Toys from Lake Oswego will help neighbors in need

Fire department partners with Tualatin Valley Elks Lodge to distribute food and gifts to 131 local families

Lake Oswegans will pay tribute to Alter Wiener

On the day of the Holocaust survivor's funeral, community members will honor his legacy with flowers, notes, cards

North Anchor project takes another turn

Lake Oswego City Council directs developer to come back in January with updated design sketches

Project to bring changes to Country Club Road in…

Traffic patterns will be significantly different during construction between 10th Street and 'Six Corners'

City leaders make suicide-prevention training a…

Lake Oswego takes proactive steps to close the gap between mental health services and the people who need them most

Rotarians play Santa for dozens of families

Members of the Lake Oswego Rotary Club gather at the B Avenue fire station to pack and deliver boxes of food and bags of toys for neighbors in need.

Walking on sacred space

Meridian Park rededicates its labyrinth, patterned on one at Chartres Cathedral

Simply Posh employees buy company they love

At the downtown Lake Oswego consignment shop, 'it's like Christmas every day'

NEWS BRIEFS

Share your holiday photos with The Review; Hunt is on for porcelain dragonflies; Chat with Santa and help Hunger Fighters, too

CITY NOTES

Bring new, unwrapped toys to the Main Fire Station or the Lake Oswego Public Library by the end of day Friday.

POLICE LOG

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

Pedestrian struck, killed in Hillsboro was…

Police say 92-year-old Hillsboro resident died after being hit by a car while crossing in the middle of a street.

Tualatin council rejects three-party agreement for…

Objections to restrictions on concept planning lead to a 3-3 vote; Lake Oswego and West Linn have already approved the pact

Lake Oswego School District picks Lora de la Cruz…

Colorado administrator brings an 'unwavering conviction' that all students can succeed

Bamboo Sushi to open Jan. 9 in downtown Lake Oswego

Restaurant known for commitment to 'eating sustainably' will be located on First Street in The Windward

SLIDESHOW: Coffee with a cop

Lake Oswego Police Department officers and residents get together at Starbucks for a YouAndBlue holiday event

Lake Oswego City Council authorizes mayor to sign…

Pact links any future concept planning to the proposed I-205 widening project

Youth advisory board members score win with Lake…

Effort to restrict voting privileges dies when no councilor is willing to second Mayor Kent Studebaker's motion

History Connection: School just part of Bryant…

Pioneer family's farmstead was built where junior high and elementary school now stand

LOPD officer injured in crash

In a separate incident a day earlier, a 21-year-old Lake Oswego man died in a single-vehicle accident

Saying goodbye to Marla

Popular worker with Down syndrome leaves Lake Grove Albertsons after 23 years

Test your Bryant Elementary IQ

How much do you really know about the school, which is scheduled to be demolished in January?

New trails, bike park planned for Luscher Farm

Concept designs call for three downhill skills courses and soft-surface trails for running, walking and biking

CITY NOTES

Introduce yourself at Coffee with a Cop , get your photo taken with an officer and then post it to social media using the hashtag YouAndBlue.

NEWS BRIEFS

Share your holiday photos with The Review; Menorah lighting set for Sunday; Chat with Santa and help Hunger Fighters, too

POLICE LOG

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

Business Briefs

Zupan's releases seventh Farm to Market beer; Cascade Sotheby's expands on coast; Mary's Woods to host job fair Dec. 8; Cario will lead RACC; Sue to lead…

Sacked: Lake Oswego bans single-use plastic bags

Ordinance includes a 10-cent pass-through fee to encourage shoppers to use reusable bags

Hunt is on for porcelain dragonflies!

Rain Spark Gallery has hidden 60 porcelain dragonflies in Lake Oswego for this year's Community Treasure Hunt

Police car hits, injures pedestrian in downtown…

Brenda Elmore, 64, was walking in a crosswalk with the green light when she was struck, police said

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