The day after Christmas, volunteers with trash bags, heavy gloves and loppers picked up where they left off almost a year before. Led by Brady Chandler of Seaside Community Cleanup, a Facebook…
A 5-million gallon reservoir and pump station in Seaside’s East Hills is complete.
- Body found on Gearhart beach is identified
- Broadway Middle School is sold
- Seaside man sentenced to prison for domestic violence
- Seeking a fresh start at the Mill Ponds
- Owner lists former Gearhart elementary school development options
- Seaside schools ready for students, but pandemic delays in-class instruction
- Seaside police, fire, Oregon State Police, Gearhart Fire
- Jacobs Radio purchases second local radio station
- East Hills Reservoir project is complete
- Free mask handout Thursday, Jan. 28
Free masks will be handed out in a drive-thru event on Thursday, Jan. 28, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Seaside Fire Station, 150 S. Lincoln, and at the Gearhart Fire Station, 670 Pacific Way.
Apartments for residents 55 and older in the main school building. Detached duplexes composed of one-bedroom, one-bath and two-bedroom one-bath units for all ages. Caretakers’ quarters, a publ…
Seaside City Manager Mark Winstanley administered the oath of office to new City Councilor David Posalski for his first term as well as returning city councilors Randy Frank and Tom Horning.
A man identified as Ott Stanley Custer washed up on rocks in Gearhart on Tuesday afternoon amid heavy rain and high surf.
King tides closed portions of Sunset Boulevard this week as king tides brought breakers of up to 27 feet and coastal tidal flooding.
Three teenagers were arrested Monday in Seaside after gunshots were fired on the beach.
About 50 people gathered in the parking lot of Seaside City Hall on Sunday, drawn by an invitation to “Reopen the Coast” by lifting coronavirus restrictions throughout the state.
Some of Gearhart’s most prestigious streets are nicknamed “Gin Ridge,” for the summertime cocktail culture of the city’s early residents.
A love for the music of the Beatles and the Rolling Stones propelled the musical and artistic career of Bonnie Bentley.
Jacobs Radio, owner of local station 93.3 FM “The Rock,” has purchased KCYS 96.5 FM from the family of broadcaster Dave Heick, who died in December.
Gearhart moved a step closer on a plan to reduce the local elk population. The plan relies on hunting outside city limits to stem the birth rate of elk calves.
Jason Lancaster, a former top chef at restaurants along the North Coast, is now displaying his culinary skills from inside his Sasquatch Sandwich Co. food cart parked at Hamilton Market on Avenue U.
The Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District announced a deal for the Broadway Middle School purchase last week. Before the deal was authorized by the board, a Facebook group, Taxpayers for …
Police Chief Dave Ham will stay in his role in Seaside after the offer for the police chief position he accepted in Enterprise was rescinded.
A new Seaside School District policy will prohibit the use or display of hate symbols on school grounds or in any district- or school-sponsored program, activity or event, except as part of ed…
Show your faces and keep it sober.
Seaside Police are working to establish a detailed timeline of the New Year’s Day fire that took the life of Bonnie Bentley Dasse, 69, of Seaside. Dasse was the sole occupant of the two-story,…
Santa made his last stop at Van Heusen on Christmas Eve as the business attire store at Seaside Outlets closed its doors.
In a normal year, Sunset Pool, the fitness center, youth center, Bob Chisholm Community Center, Mary Blake Playhouse and Broadway Field would be busy with spring activities.
The Seaside School District reinvented itself in more ways than one in 2020.
Stubby Lyons, a former coach and civic leader in Seaside who led the Gulls to a football state title in 1994, died on Christmas Day.
The Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District will buy the former Broadway Middle School for $2.15 million.
The coronavirus pandemic changed the way people lived and businesses operated in Gearhart in 2020. The elementary school closed and the Pacific Way shut its restaurant doors after 32 years.
Earlier this month, Gearhart invited businesses to apply for COVID-19 financial relief, distributing $2,000 of $40,000 available to each of the first 20 businesses that qualified. With 24 appl…
In a year where the coronavirus dictated the rules, Seaside worked to navigate a complex landscape driven by the pandemic, waves of visitors and a highly charged election season.
Seaside High School is providing the Class of 2021 the opportunity to graduate early in order to move on to the next chapter of their life amid the coronavirus.
While Mayor Jay Barber and others applauded Jeff Flory’s work as the city’s code compliance officer handing vacation rentals, a group of vacation rental homeowners were not as enthusiastic.
Gearhart businesses face a tight time window to apply for an additional $40,000 of COVID-19 grant funds.
About a year after the highly rated Surf Pines Café in Gearhart closed its doors, a new restaurant has popped up in its place, keeping the location within the Bautista family.
Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District board members authorized executive director Skyler Archibald to renegotiate terms of a potential purchase agreement for Broadway Middle School Tuesda…
When City Councilor Seth Morrisey was sworn in to the City Council in 2016, Mayor Don Larson called him a “wonderful, new young asset.”
As Clatsop County moves into Oregon’s extreme risk category of COVID-19, Sunset Pool and Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District facilities are closed for two weeks. The district’s anticipa…
City Council members got their first look at plans for the purchase of Broadway Middle School by the Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District.
The Seaside School District is finishing replacement of 22,000 linear square feet of weather barrier after the first application failed to meet specifications. The remediation project, estimat…
As the Seaside School District approaches the end of construction, final costs will cap at about $131.5 million.
U.S. Highway 101 closed Sunday morning and through much of the afternoon in both directions just north of Manzanita at Oswald West State Park following a multivehicle crash involving a recreat…
Free masks will be handed out in a drive-thru event on Thursday from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Seaside Fire Station, 150 S. Lincoln, and at the Gearhart Fire Station, 670 Pacific Way.
In a special meeting with Special Districts Association of Oregon counsel Eileen Eakins, Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District board members peppered her with questions about what their r…
Gearhart Fire responded to a crash at U.S. Highway 101 and Cullaby Lake Lane last Tuesday morning.