Members of the community emergency response teams of Seaside and Gearhart helped lead a walk to tsunami awareness during the Great Oregon Shakeout last Thursday.
Seaside’s pumpkin drop went viral last year.
Tommyg, in downtown Seaside, is as much of an artistic achievement as it is an upscale boutique store.
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- Gearhart seeks post office independence
- Giant pumpkin drop to make a splash at the Turnaround
- Halloween house in the Reserve
- Sweet Shop in Gearhart is sold
- After workshops, think tanks, what's next for Seaside homeless as winter looms
- Grim scenarios heighten tsunami urgency
- Gearhart curtails Sunday contractor work hours
- Seaside Police, Fire, Oregon State Police
- Letter: Seven-day construction week critical in Gearhart
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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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With colder, wet weather, the urgency of shelter for Seaside’s homeless population grows greater. So does the potential frustration as two city advisory groups wind up meetings and prepare to …
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…
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.
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…
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.
A major Hollywood production brought cast and crew to the North Coast on Tuesday for filming at McMenamins Hotel in Gearhart.
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 …
A three-bedroom home on South Prom. Another three-bedroom home on the 1600 block of South Edgewood. A two-bedroom house on the 1800 block of South Edgewood. A two-bedroom home on South Columbia.
There were no injuries at a two-alarm house fire on North Cottage in Gearhart late last Friday.
In the aftermath of a judge’s decision validating wording on a firehouse bond measure, city councilors and staff are looking ahead to a new bond vote in May for the proposed $13 million statio…
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…
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.
Seaside Police received a report of a possible shooting threat made by a student at Seaside High School last Wednesday.
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.
The Sweet Shop has a new owner.
A Circuit Court judge has denied a challenge by Gearhart residents to the ballot title for a $13 million firehouse bond.
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.
The Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District presented its vaccination policy last Tuesday.
A Q&A with homeless advocate D.C. Clouds
Nearly a month into the new school year, the Seaside School District has accomplished its primary goal: keeping students in class, full time.
For the Seaside Visitors Bureau, a neighboring restroom is anything but restful.
People who have been in quarantine for COVID-19 exposure for a week can now schedule a virus test from the Clatsop County Public Health Department.
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.
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.
Chris Corder was named to the Seaside School District Board last Tuesday.
Seaside couple's son has spinal condition
Veterans, their families and residents gathered last Saturday under a downpour at the Cove for the dedication of the Vietnam War Veterans Memorial in Seltzer Park.
A Garibaldi woman was killed last Friday morning in a two-vehicle crash on U.S. Highway 26.
An online open house and survey allows people to suggest changes to Clatsop County’s Tsunami Evacuation Facilities Improvement Plan.
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.
Clatsop County Task Force 49 returned from the Cougar Peak fire in Lakeview last week.
The morning of Sept. 7 brought with it nearly idyllic fall weather — sunny and crisp — as Seaside students headed up the hill for the first day of the 2021-22 school year.
With classes officially underway, administrators and staff are focused on providing students with a somewhat typical school year for 2021-22 while still adhering to protocols and guidelines de…
The beach off U Street was turned into a Disney setting last Saturday and Sunday, as reenactors brought back the spirit of the Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery.
No responding agency felt the tragedy of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks more than the New York City Fire Department. Three-hundred-forty-three city firefighters lost their lives in the …
Clatsop County Circuit Court Judge Beau Peterson heard testimony last Thursday from Jack Zimmerman and Gearhart City Attorney Peter Watts in seeking to determine the wording of a ballot title …
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…
Fourteen local firefighters headed to Lakeview in Lake County Wednesday to fight the Cougar Peak Fire.