LO council approves improvement district for Cameo Court…

City found the Pavement Condition Index for Cameo Court - which serves 13 properties - is less than 50 (out of 100)

City notes

Budget Committee, Planning Commission have upcoming meetings; Luscher Farm Trails forum set for March 21

Police log

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

SLIDESHOW: LOHS takes third, Lakeridge 11th at state dance

Both teams impresssed at the competition March 15-16, and Pamplin Media was there to cover every move

Police arrest three suspects after robbery at WL Verizon…

Arrest was made in Lake Oswego with help from LOPD; suspects stole about $37,000 worth of items

Local clarinetist Jim Beatty dies after stroke

Beatty was well-known throughout the Portland area, and published an autobiography last year

140-year-old American Elm could become NEP grant project

Neighbors hope to use wood from recently felled tree for benches at the tree site and in the Stafford Grove

Studebaker gets first-hand look at LOFD training

LOFD firefighters practiced drills at an empty residential structure last week for training purposes

LO Veterans and First Responders memorial cutting set for…

Taya Kyle will give the keynote address at the Memorial Day ribbon-cutting event Monday, May 27

POLICE LOG

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

LO home connected to suspected multinational pot grow…

IRS estimates operation generated around $3.3 million using homes in Lake Oswego, Portland to grow marijuana that may have been distributed outside…

Domaine Serene coming to The Windward

America's most acclaimed winery to open second wine lounge in Lake Oswego fall 2019

Local real estate agents help seniors downsize into next…

Program called Living Well is designed to ease the transition for rapidly growing age group

Christie School history project connects past to present

Oswego Heritage Council, Youth Villages Oregon complete new project about facility's historic roots

Ask a cop: What is the law with regards to license plate…

In Oregon, there are specific rules for how license plates are displayed. Officers routinely stop drivers for violating these rules.

LO council impressed by latest City Hall designs

Council approves designs, authorizes construction documents for new 70,000 square foot building

Parks bond headed to ballot

Council hopes bond 'renewal' will allow for more projects and maintenance needs to be addressed

Council receives pushback on annexation of commercial area

Pair of Lake Forest residents say the City Council it's contradicting itself on forced island annexation

'Literally, we could be saving children's lives.'

LO school district says renewed levy would pay dividends for student success, mental health

POLICE LOG

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

Business Briefs

Chesnutt joins Rebound Orthopedics; Lake Oswego Chamber to hold annual Celebration of Excellence; Eye Specialists moving to Monroe Parkway

Learn how to use LinkedIn to your advantage

Elizabeth Borelli and Brian Geraths offer a seminar to connect with success with LinkedIn March 13 at Crowne Plaza in Lake Oswego

Council subcommittee discusses creation of diversity task…

The task force's specific charge, number of members and how to recruit members highlight first meeting

Calling all Amazing Kids !

We need your help in honoring young people who are making a difference in Lake Oswego

Public hearing set in Lake Oswego for draft rules on…

Proposed ordinance expected to be available online March 8, ahead of an April 22 meeting

Improving Lake Oswego Fire Department's quality of care

Dr. Ritu Sahni's work helps make the LOFD one of the best EMS agencies in the region

Lake Oswego's iconic American Elm fails

City forced to remove 140-year-old Heritage Tree in First Addition after its trunk splits

Seeking a new perspective

Interfaith Youth event aims to bring Lake Oswego's young people to the forefront of discussions about sustainability

Restoring Westlake's woodlands

Oswego Lake Watershed Council embarks on a project to remove ivy and reinvigorate a 17-acre oak woodlands

Cementing Oswego's future

Oregon Portland Cement Company's legacy lives on, decades after the plant next to the Willamette River closed

ASK A COP

How do Lake Oswego's noise ordinances apply to places like the new event center?

POLICE LOG

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

NEWS BRIEFS

Chamber of Commerce to honor community leaders; City seeks proposals for gateway art

CITY NOTES

Celebrate the success of Lake Oswego Reads at Thursday night's finale and passport drawing

BUSINESS BRIEFS

Ex-LO financial adviser gets 36 months for fraud; Sponsorships available for reusable bag program; Art of Makeup starting new session March 2; Fyzical…

Wednesday morning closures, delays in and around Lake Oswego

Roads throughout Lake Oswego are snow-covered and slick, even at the lower elevations.

Monday morning closures, delays in and around Lake Oswego

Public Works crews plow LO roads above 500 feet, but surfaces below that remained clear for the most part

Lake Oswego knows why these guys are smiling!

Readers' photos show a wintry wonderland, and more snow is likely on the way Sunday night and Monday

Clackamas County enacts vehicle registration fee

Funds will be divided between the county and cities, with Lake Oswego receiving more than $703,000

Lake Oswego's Salinas to lead House Health Care Committee

House Speaker Tina Kotek strips Greenlick, Post of key roles, saying their behavior does not match the sort of culture legislative leadership is…

Appointments to Budget Committee spark heated debate

Lake Oswego City Council says changes are underway to a process that failed to select a woman for the key City panel

Trio explains push for gun control legislation

Lake Oswego High School student Penelope Spurr and others tell Willamette Women Democrats that something must be done to stop gun violence

Lake Oswego gatherings seek input on Luscher trails

Next meeting to discuss proposed trails and mountain bike skills course is set for Feb. 28

Lake Oswego Reads asks: What makes us Oregonians?

Oregon Humanities conversation will look at who we are and what it means to belong

Where no cat has gone before

Lake Oswego resident plans to send his beloved cat's ashes into orbit as a tribute to the joy he shared while on Earth

CITY NOTES

Help restore the natural areas of Iron Mountain Park during a stweardship work party on Sunday

POLICE LOG

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

Patrick Malee named editor of The Lake Oswego Review

He'll replace Gary M. Stein, who will become editor of the Oregon State Bar's monthly magazine on March 1

Armed robber hits Lake Oswego convenience store

K9 search for suspect comes up empty; police now asking for tips from the public

Bryant Elementary's final lesson

Soon-to-be-demolished school makes the perfect site for Lake Oswego firefighters to practice their skills

LOSD's Musick a finalist for top job in Wenatchee

Interim superintendent opted in November not to pursue the permanant position in Lake Oswego

Immigrants, not immigration

Author Cristina Henriquez tells a Lake Oswego Reads audience that she wanted to write a book about people, not politics

Boards, commissions preach collaboration at annual…

Common theme at 2019 goals summit is the desire to work together to improve services offered to all Lake Oswegans

Immigrants' voices to highlight Lake Oswego Reads

Panel discussion, Q&A session will focus on the complex process and emotions involved in becoming an American

Iconic Palisades Market gets a makeover

1,600 items may have been discontinued, but 900 organic and specialty items were added as part of Lake Oswego store's major 'reset'

Lake Oswego celebrates a culture of survival

Event gathers cardiac arrest survivors and the people who kept them alive for a tribute to the city's remarkable save rate

Calling all Amazing Kids !

We need your help in honoring young people who are making a difference in Lake Oswego

City, Chamber partner on free reusable bags

Design contest for youth will determine the artwork to be featured on 14,000 bags in advance of Lake Oswego's July 1 ban

NEWS BRIEFS

Little Big Burger plans weekend soft opening; Respond to Racism reschedules student panel

ASK A COP

Is it a violation to stop in the middle of an intersection on a flashing yellow turn signal while you're waiting to turn?

POLICE LOG

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

CITY NOTES

Join the Youyth Action Council on Friday evening for a cool art show featuring the work of teen artists

Little Big Burger plans soft opening in Lake Oswego…

Portland-born restaurant chain says the expected launch will soon be followed by a grand opening and free burger day

Snowpocalypse? Oh, never mind

City, schools and Lake Oswego residents prepare for a major winter storm that never materializes

10 Branch partners with CENTRL Office on downtown…

30,000 square feet of co-working space will fill the second and third floors of the new mixed-use Beacon development

Lake Oswego City Council approves 2019 goals

Streets and pathways, Parks & Recreation facilities and supporting business investment are among the top priorities for the new year

Listening a priority for new Rivergrove mayor

Walt Williams says involving more residents is key to improving life in the small city that sits just south of Lake Oswego

Lake Oswego Rotary Club's SASEE awards honor…

Ten winners will be celebrated on Feb. 27 for their unwavering commitment to educational excellence in local schools

Officer's new role could help lower Lake Oswego's…

Adult Resource Officer Dawn Pecoraro will spend more time following up and connecting people to resources they need

Lake Oswego Reads tackles hate, bias

Two sessions this week will shine a light on the reality of life in U.S. for people of color

Search for new Lake Oswego city manager begins

Council picks Waldron to help it find both traditional and non-traditional candidates

'A story behind every object'

City Home brings its eclectic collection of furnishings and accessories to a Lake Oswego pop-up shop in The Windward

Henriquez: 'Breaking the world open a bit'

Author of this year's Lake Oswego Reads selection will talk about 'The Book of Unknown Americans' at LOHS on Feb. 13

CITY NOTES

Chairs of the City's boards and commissions will present their 2019 goals to the City Council on Thursday night

Lake Oswego Police arrest five for impaired driving…

Officers also issue 120 citations and 10 written warnings for distracted driving

BUSINESS BRIEFS

Schmidt named new county administrator; Celebration of Excellence planned for March 16; Senior-friendly businesses sought; Art of Makeup School…

POLICE LOG

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

NEWS BRIEFS

Work continues on Country Club Road; Clinic, pharmacies offer measles vaccines

Husband confesses to killing wife in Lake Oswego

Michael David Winchester also left a note for his sons, court records show, saying 'I could not (bear) to watch mom suffer anymore'

Prepare to get hooked!

Love outdoors life? Head to the bigger, better Pacific Northwest Sportsmen's Show

WAIT. IT'S STILL WINTER?

Slick roads and a dusting of snow close Lake Oswego schools; forecasters say there could be more on the way

Husband arrested, charged with murder in Lake…

Michael David Winchester taken to Clackamas County Jail for the slaying of his wife, 50-year-old Heidi Anne Winchester

Lake Oswego Review to sponsor 2019 Lake Run

The Review is partnering with Northwest Housing Alternatives to support the local run now in its 43rd year.

Lake Oswego named safest city in Oregon

Rankings are based on statistics from the latest FBI Uniform Crime Report; Coos Bay finishes last.

Scouting for invasives

Girls from Pack 203 join City Councilor John Wendland and others to help clean up and restore Lily Bay Natural Area

Police identify couple involved in Lake Oswego…

Officers were called to the scene around 4 p.m. Wednesday; husband was taken to the hospital, autopsy being conducted on wife

Lake Oswego Fire Department's Johnson: 'There's…

New fire chief (and former police chief) talks about priorities, goals and the transition to his new role

Third-annual gathering celebrates sustainability

Lake Oswego Sustainability Network looks back on a year of steps taken locally to create a more sustainable future

A green and colorful 'Hello!'

Palisades Planters' co-founders believe every entry, deck and patio deserves to look inviting

Most concussions happen away from school

Athletes aren't the only students getting concussions â€' and needing help in the classroom after head injuries.

Lake Oswego Reads speaker to focus on U.S.…

LO attorney Susan Dussault hopes her presentation will clear-up some common misperceptions

CITY NOTES

Help save a life by participating in a blood drive Friday at Lake Oswego City Hall

NEWS BRIEFS

Work continues on Country Club Road; Respond to Racism to host student panel; Lucas resigns from Christ Church

POLICE LOG

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

BUSINESS BRIEFS

Stump named president of Buckley Law; UP launches Women in Business Showcase; Nominees sought for Networker of the Year

Lake Oswego Police investigating homicide in River…

Officers were called to the scene around 4 p.m. Husband was taken to the hospital, autopsy being conducted on wife

10 Branch partners with CENTRL Office on downtown…

30,000 square feet of co-working space will fill the second and third floors of the new mixed-use Beacon development

Tualatin OKs three-party agreement for Stafford area

The city was the lone holdout on an intergovernmental agreement with West Linn and Lake Oswego

Proactive Lake Oswego School District cautions…

No cases have been reported in LO, but officials want families to know the symptoms and understand how the disease is spread

Lake Oswego man dies in crash on Highway 26

Brian Glover, 52, may have suffered a medical event before the accident on the west side of the Dennis L. Edwards tunnel

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