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The Federal Trade Commission has issued a warning about a text messaging scam involving people posing as government coronavirus contact tracers.

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After the Seaside City Council passed a timetable for reopening hotels and lodging, the council looked at reopening city buildings, closed by emergency declaration since March due to the pandemic.

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Following the lead of Cannon Beach, Seaside rescinded restrictions on hotels and short-term rentals. The restrictions were lifted Tuesday.

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The Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District will delay an immediate opening of fitness programs after the lifting of some coronavirus restrictions in Clatsop County.

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After canceling the annual Memorial Day Fireman’s Ball early this month, Gearhart officials held out hope on the city’s annual Fourth of July parade. That hope was dashed Tuesday morning as st…

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The Signal talked to Miss Clatsop County Haylie Moon and Miss North Coast Caitlin Hillman about the cancellation of this year’s Miss Oregon and Miss Oregon Teen competitions amid the coronavir…

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Business leaders want Seaside reopened, with a “soft opening” of local beaches to begin Monday and full opening May 18. They delivered a nine-page proposal to the city’s reopening committee in…

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Some members of Seaside City Council want to take matters into the city’s hands and reopen the beaches — sooner rather than later.

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Life for residents at senior living communities in Seaside and elsewhere has changed dramatically over the past couple weeks as facilities continue ramping up health and safety protocols and g…

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In a normal year, Sunset Pool, Fitness Center, Youth Center, Bob Chisholm Community Center, Mary Blake Playhouse and Broadway Field would be busy with spring activities. But in the midst of th…

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The opportunity to receive a one-time $4,000 grant from the city of Seaside’s 2020 Tourism Relief program brought 142 applications, the city’s director of tourism marketing, Joshua Heineman, s…