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With a ban on large gatherings in place through April 14, the Seaside Civic and Convention Center will not host any events in April, general manager Russell Vanderberg said Friday.

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The supply of N95 masks for firefighters is critically low, Seaside Fire Chief Joey Daniels said at Monday's City Council meeting. “We have nil to none.”

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EO Media Group, the owner of The Astorian, Chinook Observer and Seaside Signal, announced the layoff of 18% of its workforce Wednesday, a result of coronavirus-related revenue losses due to ca…

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As Seaside residents cope with growing restrictions on activities outside their homes as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, taking time to nurture their health and wellness is as critical as ever.

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Leaders from Cannon Beach to Astoria invoked emergency powers to ban visitors from campgrounds, hotels and other lodging after tourists overwhelmed the coast for spring break before Gov. Kate …

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Members of Seaside School District staff made the rounds of the South County Friday as part of the Seaside School District’s meal delivery plan for students to age 18.

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NorthWest Senior and Disability Services has temporarily suspended Seaside’s senior dining program in response to the COVID-19 virus. Instead of dining in, senior citizens will have a hot lunc…

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No Easter Egg Hunt in Seaside this year, marketing director Darren Gooch of the Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District announced Friday. The event, held at Broadway Field, typically draws …

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Providence Laboratory Services in Portland is ready to begin testing for COVID-19, Providence Health and Services announced Wednesday.

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The Seaside Public Library will be closed starting March 17 as a precautionary measure due to the state ban on gatherings of 25 or more, library director Esther Moberg said late Monday.

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To encourage online visits, the city of Gearhart is waiving the 3% credit card processing fee across all departments as an incentive to call in payments over the phone.

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A 3D-printer and enhanced interlibrary services are at top of enhancements at the Seaside Library, library director Esther Moberg said at Wednesday’s morning meeting of the Seaside Chamber of …

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The North Coast Destination Management Studio met at McMenamins on Monday, March 9, to bring together local leaders to drive visitor traffic and promote sustainable tourism.