Police are investigating a spate of flyers recruiting for the Ku Klux Klan that were anonymously posted around downtown Astoria late last week.
The Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District can taketh away, and it can giveth.
Seaside’s business community came together at the Times Theatre, Thursday, Jan. 14, to celebrate accomplishments of businesses large and small alike.
The Gearhart Volunteer Fire Department delivered its annual report to the City Council in January.
The Seaside Aquarium reported a large skate washed ashore at the Cove. "Upon closer examination we were able to determine that the four-foot skate was a female longnose skate," the aquarium's …
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- Fur seal gets an assist
- Laundry Love returns
- Jellyfish show up by the hundreds on the North Coast
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- Longnose skate at the Cove
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After about four years of service, Patrick Nofield is resigning from the Seaside School District’s board of directors, effective Jan. 31.
Establishing a beach and trail ambassador program, improving signs and starting a new message campaign about protecting natural resources are some of the ideas tourism leaders are proposing to…
City residents receive fire, police, water and sewage, among other services, while people under county jurisdiction are served by other entities.
A strange glaze on the beach
Board president Alan Evans stepped down as president of the Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District Tuesday.
A six-month moratorium on new connections
In December, the Seaside Planning Commission told developers they could go ahead with plans to acquire a U.S. Highway 101 property for a Grocery Outlet — with a few conditions.
Mayor Jay Barber, along with council members Tita Montero and Steve Wright, took the oath of office at Monday’s Seaside City Council meeting.
Cannon Beach visitor Terrance Jorgensen was among onlookers at Saturday's dramatic Coast Guard rescue of two surfers at Indian Beach.
The Seaside City Council broadened its scope and looked into the near future. At the top of the annual two- and four-year goal-setting agenda attended by City Council members and staff, housin…
Coast Guard crews rescued two surfers at Indian Beach in Ecola State Park on Saturday.
Beau Bennett of the Coraggio Group and Matthew Landkamer of the Coraggio Group, a consulting firm assisting the city of Seaside with the annual goal-setting process on Friday morning.
“Twenty-five years is an amazing milestone for an organization,” said Darren Gooch, president of the Seaside Downtown Development Association’s board of directors.
Gearhart is among the cities feeling the pinch
Cats and cat fanciers came to Seaside on Jan. 5 for the Emerald Cat Club show at the Seaside Civic and Convention Center.
GEARHART — North Coast leaders struggling to address elk-related issues in their communities hope an organization with ties to the governor’s office will be able to help.
Three Seaside School District’s properties will go to the real estate market this spring, as the district plans on selecting Norris & Stevens to represent the sales of Gearhart Elementary …
In cooperation with the Seaside Police Department, Peyton Sims, a sophomore at Seaside High School, will be placing up to 1,000 “bottle tags” on alcoholic beverages for sale at participating b…
The Cannon Beach Academy received a grant award from Oregon’s Department of Education to expand operations and provide further educational support to our community.
GEARHART – Gearhart Crossing, a local pub, deli and grocery, closed on Sunday.
The Oregon Department of Transportation reports icy conditions on many roads throughout Northwest Oregon this morning. This has resulted in a number of crashes.
Homes along Sunset Boulevard near Tillamook Head were without power Saturday night through most of Sunday. Power was lost at 11:05 p.m. Saturday night due to high winds.
“I came here for the beach and the people,” said Jacob Sullivan, operator and proprietor of Victory Barbershop Barbering & Supply, located on Holladay Drive in Seaside.
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Going five-years strong, the annual Tillamook Head Gathering continues promoting a mission of financially supporting the arts at Seaside High School while offering a festive, family friendly n…
U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden will be in Astoria Sunday. His town hall starts at noon in the Columbia River Maritime Museum at 1792 Marine Drive.
Spurred by safety concerns, the Gearhart City Council on Wednesday, Jan. 3, unanimously agreed to consider rules prohibiting the feeding of elk and other wildlife.
More than 1,000 people are without power on New Year's Day in Gearhart, parts of Seaside and the Surf Pines area.
SEASIDE — Mo’s Restaurant is coming to Seaside.
Residents are being asked to stay off the Necanicum River until further notice due to possible contamination from a broken sewer line near Avenue U.
Few towns the size of Seaside — with a population just above 6,700 — have the kind of big-city initiatives underway here. Start with the $100 million-plus Seaside School District campus reloca…
Gearhart looks back on top stories of 2018
The Sunset Empire Transportation District will seek to expand their profile with a new move from the Seaside Outlet Mall to 39 North Holladay, the former home of the Seaside Downtown Developme…
Christmas holiday closures
Seaside Providence Hospital’s Home Health program offers short-term medical care services and resources.
High winds toppled trees and power lines and caused power outages this morning on the North Coast.
Charter school will close if $75,000 shortfall isn't met by April
A jury acquitted a former Seaside surgeon on Wednesday of sex abuse charges following a six-day trial.
About “two or three” patrons a year are trespassed from Sunset Park and Recreation District each year, banned from use of the pool, skate park, community center and other district facilities.
Two seats on five-member Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District Board of Directors will come up for election this spring.
Rare photos of the famous lighthouse
“We’re on our way,” Superintendent Sheila Roley said at the Thursday, Dec. 13, Seaside School District board meeting with the adoption of a five-year strategic plan.
Throughout the fall the North Coast Land Conservancy’s Weed Warrior Wednesdays turned into Seed Warrior Wednesdays as volunteers gathered at the Circle Creek Conservation Center to roll clay, …
A former Diamond Heating employee’s 29-year prison sentence for stealing more than $214,000 from the Seaside business was cut Thursday to just over 20 years.
A high wind watch has been issued for North Coast beaches and coastal headlands Friday.
Cultural, regulation barriers persist
Helping Hands has closed one facility in Seaside as the homeless outreach center prepares to replace it with another.
Seaside City Manager Mark Winstanley announced a plan to borrow $5 million to pay for the city’s new water tank in the Southeast Hills.