On Wednesday, March 25, Oregon’s congressional delegation – Representatives Suzanne Bonamici, Peter DeFazio, Earl Blumenauer, Greg Walden, and Kurt Schrader, and Senators Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley — described “serious shortages” of personal protective equipment, including respiratory masks,…
Many meetings are postponed, canceled or being presented remotely. Contact local agencies for latest meeting information and attendance guidelines.
Clatsop County reported a third coronavirus case on Friday, a man in the southern part of the county who was in contact with another man who tested positive for the virus.
After Gov. Kate Brown ordered health care providers to suspend all nonemergency procedures to preserve surgical masks and other medical supplies for the coronavirus, local dentists were left w…
Local emergency responders, city governments and caregivers took delivery Friday afternoon of Pilot House Distilling’s newest product: 160-proof hand sanitizer, made to the specifications of t…
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- County announces first COVID-19 case
- Seaside passes emergency declaration, awaits details from Salem
- A resident's message to spring break crowd
- Cannon Beach asks visitors to leave by Monday night
- Seaside restricts access to hotels, parks, beach
- Gearhart resident shares message from the coast: 'Stay home'
- Letter: Closing businesses only makes pandemic worse
- Beach shoreline remains open, but Seaside restricts access
- South County sees first COVID-19 case; second overall in county
With a ban on large gatherings in place through April 14, the Seaside Civic and Convention Center will not host any events in April, general manager Russell Vanderberg said Friday.
Batting practice will soon be available year-round for Seaside athletes.
The supply of N95 masks for firefighters is critically low, Seaside Fire Chief Joey Daniels said at Monday's City Council meeting. “We have nil to none.”
The Oregon Department of Revenue extended Oregon tax filing and payment deadlines for personal income taxes on Wednesday.
EO Media Group, the owner of The Astorian, Chinook Observer and Seaside Signal, announced the layoff of 18% of its workforce Wednesday, a result of coronavirus-related revenue losses due to ca…
Concerns about the loss of already limited parking downtown derailed an ordinance intended to address Seaside’s lack of affordable housing.
Layoff involves 90 employees
The Clatsop County Public Health Department announced Wednesday that it has been informed of the second presumptive case of COVID-19 coronavirus in the county.
The Sunset Empire Transportation District is eliminating almost all fares through at least May amid plunging ridership over the coronavirus.
CANNON BEACH — As one of the most popular destinations on the North Coast, Cannon Beach has tried to stay nimble in response to the coronavirus.
A Warrenton woman was seriously injured Tuesday after crashing her vehicle on U.S. Highway 101 near Cullaby Lake Lane.
As Seaside residents cope with growing restrictions on activities outside their homes as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, taking time to nurture their health and wellness is as critical as ever.
Leaders from Cannon Beach to Astoria invoked emergency powers to ban visitors from campgrounds, hotels and other lodging after tourists overwhelmed the coast for spring break before Gov. Kate …
What will the Seaside School District do with the estimated $1.37 million it will receive for the 2020-21 school as a result of the Student Success Act?
With Gov. Kate Brown’s order Monday “Stay Home, Save Lives” limiting access to many businesses and recreational areas, residents are wondering “What about the beach?”
Gov. Kate Brown issued an order Monday directing Oregonians to stay home “to the maximum extent possible,” except for when carrying out essential tasks like getting groceries, refueling their …
ASTORIA — A resident of Clatsop County has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus, the Clatsop County Health Department announced Monday.
Visitors to Cannon Beach are being ordered to leave by Monday evening, and the town’s hotels will be closed indefinitely, according to a resolution adopted by the Cannon Beach City Council Sunday.
Shut down. After a a heavy influx of visitors over the weekend, the city of Seaside will restrict access to all public buildings, city parks and the beach.
Gearhart will rely on a county closure of campgrounds, hotels and short-term rentals to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
Whether because of warnings from officials, a string of store closings, weather or personal concerns, Sunday’s scene in downtown Seaside was a far cry from a Saturday which drew crowds of tour…
The Department of Revenue will offer online options for business taxpayers and tax professionals seeking updated information on the corporate activity tax in light of the suspension of the age…
Day-trippers, think twice before coming to Seaside.
Amidst calls for a limit to spring break activities, Seaside officials are waiting for a state directive before initiating measures to limit visitors to Seaside. “This will most likely will be…
Members of Seaside School District staff made the rounds of the South County Friday as part of the Seaside School District’s meal delivery plan for students to age 18.
The Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District is seeking District residents interested in being appointed to a vacant board seat. The seat was vacated by Rodney Roberts, who submitted a lette…
NorthWest Senior and Disability Services has temporarily suspended Seaside’s senior dining program in response to the COVID-19 virus. Instead of dining in, senior citizens will have a hot lunc…
No Easter Egg Hunt in Seaside this year, marketing director Darren Gooch of the Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District announced Friday. The event, held at Broadway Field, typically draws …
Federal regulators on Thursday approved the Jordan Cove liquefied natural gas export terminal in Coos Bay and the 230-mile Pacific Connector Pipeline, presaging a battle with Oregon, whose reg…
On March 19, Erik Meyer, emergency management manager at Providence Seaside Hospital, spoke with the Signal.
Providence Laboratory Services in Portland is ready to begin testing for COVID-19, Providence Health and Services announced Wednesday.
SALEM — Three Oregon state agencies will suspend camping to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.
The adventurous are welcome to pay a visit to Seaside’s newest outdoor attraction on Saturday.
While the local economy is pulling back, there are opportunities, Clatsop Economic and Development Resources Executive Director Kevin Leahy said Wednesday.
Seaside staff will be adapting to a “whole new world,” district superintendent Sheila Roley said after Gov. Kate Brown extended the closure of public schools because of the coronavirus until A…
Most Seaside city offices are closing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, city officials announced Tuesday.
Starting at noon Tuesday, all Gearhart City offices will be closed to the public.
The South County Community Food Bank will maintain service to clients throughout this health crisis.
The Seaside Public Library will be closed starting March 17 as a precautionary measure due to the state ban on gatherings of 25 or more, library director Esther Moberg said late Monday.
Seaside Fire issued new guidelines Monday, Chief Joey Daniels reported.
The Heights Elementary School needs a new roof.
The Seaside Police Department lobby is closed and walk-in business is suspended, the department announced Monday.
To encourage online visits, the city of Gearhart is waiving the 3% credit card processing fee across all departments as an incentive to call in payments over the phone.
Firefighters responded to a fire on the beach Sunday evening just north of the Peter Iredale shipwreck in Fort Stevens State Park.
PORTLAND — The Oregon Air National Guard’s 142nd Fighter Wing will conduct routine F-15 Eagle night training missions Monday, March 16, through Thursday, March 19.
Due to the public health threat of coronavirus, Governor Kate Brown announced a statewide closure of Oregon K-12 schools, including all Seaside schools, beginning Monday, March 16 through Tues…
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