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An untreated water main runs down their driveway in the middle of the property off of U.S. Highway 26. To the east, the water system’s headwaters are only a mile and a half away. The treated w…

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Halloween spirit accompanied the D’Amelios when they moved from the San Jose, California, area to a home in the Reserve in Gearhart. The lawn of Lyn and Jr. D’Amelio is filled with a collectio…

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The sale of a 2010 pumper truck will enable the Seaside Fire Department to upgrade to a new truck designed for extreme applications in both urban, wildland and beach settings.

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Communications will be gone. Electricity will be down. Sewers and running water will be gone. And nearly two-thirds of Seaside’s population could be a victim of the next Cascadia Subduction Zo…

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Commercial contractors must refrain from work in Gearhart on Sundays. A new ordinance aims to provide residents a day of rest from a city with a growth spurt.

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Changes to the former Gearhart Elementary School have spruced up the exterior of the old building, along with paving and landscaping. “Everything was everything to make it look better,” owner …

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For those who like their lattes with a dash of controversy, a new shop at 111 Broadway provides a shot of both. Brick Stone and Logan Dahlen purchased the former Pacific Pearl Coffee and turne…

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Developers and neighbors will both have an opportunity to regroup before consideration of plans for Vista Ridge II, a 17-home development on 6.5 wooded acres in Seaside’s eastern hills.

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After 36 years with the United States Postal Service and five as postmaster at the Seaside Post Office, Seaside postmaster Anthony “Tony” Sims announced his retirement this week.

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The Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District is still “getting its feet wet” in programming at the Sunset Recreation Center, board member Michael Hinton said last Tuesday.

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An upper-level window and a lager tank at the Times Theater & Public House, located at 130 Broadway, were damaged from gunfire last Thursday night.

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In 2016, Seaside School District voters approved a $99.7 million bond to bring a new campus out of the tsunami inundation zone. Now that work is in its final stages.

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The return of Hood to Coast in Seaside has triggered a new round of complaints from residents that the regional event is too large and disruptive for the city.

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Engineer Mark Mead navigated a steep slope last week at the Seaside Planning Commission, presenting plans for Vista Ridge II, a 17-home development on 6.5 wooded acres that neighbors say is fa…