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Employees, construction team members, city luminaries and family joined Masudur Khan as he celebrated the opening of the Saltline Hotel at a ribbon-cutting Thursday presented by the Seaside Ch…

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There is a new, convenient place in Seaside to grab a bottled beverage, batch of firewood, cup of coffee or a deli sandwich.

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The Seaside School District’s website has a new look and feel to go along with the rollout of a brand-new logo that encapsulates the geographic location and academic spirit of the district.

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Even in a year without the annual Seaside fireworks show, the Seaside Dispatch received 207 calls for service and 55 reports of illegal fireworks over the Fourth of July holiday. Police issued…

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For quite some time, the building on the corner of Avenue A and South Columbia Street near the post office has been an eyesore. Now the building has a fresh, new look as the home of the artis…

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A Manzanita man died after a crash last Wednesday on U.S. Highway 101 in Gearhart.Officials say Matthew Elinsky, 53, was driving a Honda motorcycle when he crashed into the back of a Jeep Cher…

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The Seaside Farmers Market is back in season this summer to connect locals and visitors with fresh food and artisan goods, although the first couple sessions were marked by fewer vendors and s…

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The U.S. Navy ship Mercy could be seen from Seaside and along the North Coast over the Fourth of July weekend. The hospital ship is headed to Portland for scheduled maintenance, which could ta…

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The Seaside Fire Department responded to a report of a possible drowning Thursday afternoon at the beach near 12th Avenue.“Somebody called in 911 saying they saw a possible body in the surf,” …

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The Seaside Fire Department responded to a report of a possible drowning Thursday afternoon at the beach near 12th Avenue.“Somebody called in 911 saying they saw a possible body in the surf,” …

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Seaside City Council discussed plans to bring a pedestrian mall to the city as a way to offset losses from a heavily curtailed summer season for businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Fire season restrictions are underway, the Oregon Department of Forestry Clatsop County Fire Defense Board announced.

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Two fake $50 bills were successfully passed in Seaside on Sunday at a downtown business. A second attempt at another business failed when the business recognized the $50 bills as feeling diffe…