Miss Emerald Valley Abigail Hayes is the new Miss Oregon.
A paving project on U.S. Highway 26 is expected to cause delays beginning Sunday evening.
A girl was flown to a hospital Thursday afternoon after she was swept out to sea by a tide north of Haystack Rock in Cannon Beach.
The Seaside Fire Department handled a pandemic, wildfires and record levels of calls over the last two years.
- Two rescues in two days from Saddle Mountain
- County agency purchases Seaside buildings for transitional housing
- Miss Oregon is crowned in Seaside
- In Seaside, trash creates headache for public works
- Girl flown to hospital after being pulled into sea off Cannon Beach
- Parking change on Ocean Vista in Seaside
- Wahl steps down from Seaside school board
- Seaside police, fire, Oregon State Police, Gearhart Fire reports
- Seaside plans return to in-person classes in fall
- Seaside Fire adjusts to pandemic, call levels
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A.J. Wahl has stepped down from her position on the Seaside School District board.
Speeding vehicles and limited visibility prompted the Seaside City Council to enact a parking restriction on Ocean Vista Way.
Superintendent Susan Penrod took a look ahead at the last Seaside School District board meeting for this year — including a full-time schedule for students in the fall.
Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare has purchased two buildings in Seaside to provide transitional housing for people with mental health issues and those trying to get into recovery.
A moth-eaten, moisture-drenched couch and loveseat. Wooden pallet boards with nails. A refrigerator door. A sinking boat.
A new look and new exhibits marked the reopening of the Seaside Museum & Historical Society and Butterfield Cottage.
Adapt and change. Don’t be afraid to follow a path. Dream big, and be kind.
The Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District moved closer to a deal with the Northwest Regional Education Service District to lease a portion of Sunset Recreation Center.
An ideal elevation, a more convenient location and cost savings of up to $4 million are selling points for a new firehouse and police station at Highlands Lane in Gearhart.
Gary Turel, owner and pilot for Seaside Helicopters, is Seaside’s original Whirlybird.
During the coronavirus pandemic, local educators searched for an activity that could take place remotely, keep students engaged, spark creativity and provide real-world problem-solving skills.
Sandy Palmer, who owns Five Star Henna in Seaside, described her experience with the homeless as “men under my windows, in my doorways, with grocery carts, smoking, eating, defecating, urinati…
Increased property values, a jump in building permits and transient room tax and and inflow of federal dollars drove an expanding Gearhart budget.
Nearly all COVID-19 restrictions could be lifted in as early as just over two weeks, Gov. Kate Brown said Friday.
The Seaside School District approved next school year’s budget last Wednesday night. The total of all funds was $960,000 higher than in the proposed budget, following an adjustment to account …
Masudur Khan owns five hotels in Seaside — and could build more. But the hotelier is turning his sights to developing two apartment complexes with more than 80 units aimed at stemming a lack o…
Save the date: the Gearhart Independence Day Parade is on for July Fourth at 11 a.m.
Developers hope to turn a former log yard building in Seaside into the Log Shop Motel with 24 cabin-style units.
In Gearhart, much of what people know about this quiet, coastal town’s past comes from William “Bill” Berg.
The Seaside School District plans to offer a variety of programs this summer for students, including enrichment camps, summer school, a bookmobile, credit recovery and wraparound child care.
A Seaside firefighter was taken for evaluation at Providence Seaside Hospital after being knocked breathless during a search in the surf north of Haystack Rock in Cannon Beach last Thursday morning.
With many businesses struggling to hire staff and workers unable to find affordable housing, business owners David Posalski and Andrew Mercer want to turn a portion of the former Broadway Midd…
Results from the May election showed across-the-board support for incumbent Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District Board members.
Seaside will not light up the sky with fireworks over the beach this summer because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Seaside continues to wrestle with two of its biggest goals: the needs of local businesses and affordable housing for those who work in the city. Two May forums showed the greatest need for bus…
Sergio Sanchez will open Viva Tijuana Mexican Cuisine at 1445 S. Roosevelt, the site of the former Mazatlan Restaurant. Sanchez was an employee who worked for Mazatlan for 22 years. He came be…
Pickleball courts are the most asked for facility of Seaside’s parks advisory committee, Public Works Director Dale McDowell said at Monday’s City Council meeting. A preliminary proposal calls…
Seaside schools will continue to follow COVID-19 protocol for social distancing, wearing masks and implementing other safety measures for the time being, although Seaside School District Super…
While everyone’s experience during the coronavirus pandemic has been unique, there is one shared by many: Infrequent haircuts.
Gearhart’s Alix Meier Goodman and Tom Goodman experienced the magic themselves when they attended pianist Hunter Noack’s concert in Starbuck, Washington.
Julie Jesse bought Caffe Latte when she was 26. Twenty-six years later, she is selling the iconic downtown Seaside coffee and gift shop to her employee, Krista Howsden.
The Gearhart Fire Department responded early Saturday morning to a report of a structure fire off of Oster Road and Railroad Avenue.
After having to miss three tournaments last year and two tournaments in 2021, Stacey Dundas was determined to make at least one event happen this year for jump-ropers around the region.
After a bruising campaign where challengers second-guessed the decision to purchase the former Broadway Middle School, the Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District Board held their own in Tu…
Over the past 19 years, under the direction of Terry Dahlgren, the Seaside High School band programs have thrived, performing concerts and claiming district and league titles. Yet, competitive…
A new firehouse and resiliency station on 30 acres on Highlands Lane just north of Gearhart will rely on a combination of planning and taxpayer support. Navigating a complex web of state and l…
The Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District selected a strategic consultant to plan the future of the Sunset Recreation Center.
It was timely coincidence that delivery of the annual report of the Seaside Police Department came the same night as a proclamation for National Police Memorial Week.
The Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District and the Northwest Regional Education Service District are in talks to lease a portion of the Sunset Recreation Center in Seaside.
Faith leaders came together last week at the Seaside Civic and Convention Center to discuss Seaside’s rise in homelessness.