At Monday’s meeting city councilors approved a full on-premises commercial sales liquor license for Legends in the Seaside Factory Outlets on North Roosevelt Avenue. The license allows the sal…
The Clatsop County Cultural Coalition will distribute a total of $9,500 in grants to six local organizations for projects scheduled to take place during the 2021 calendar year.
Winners of the Seaside American Association of University Women June Stromberg scholarship are staying in Seaside and attending college online.
Pearl Harbor Day events are canceled this year due to the COVID restrictions in place, Lou Neubecker, Seaside Legion Post 99 adjutant Lou Neubecker announced.
- Seaside police chief takes job in Enterprise
- New Seaside eatery to be modeled on English pubs
- Letter: Seaside children are not being denied
- County creates short-term rental complaint hotline
- An anchor for the community
- Broadway Middle School purchase gets 30-day extension
- Reopening date is a moving target
- Seaside police, fire, Oregon State Police
- Gearhart businesses to receive CARES Act funds
- Gearhart Elementary School sold to local residents
This year’s Seaside Museum and Historical Society Gingerbread Tea goes virtual this year as programs at Butterfield Cottage are canceled as a precaution during the coronavirus pandemic.
The reimagined 23rd annual Safeway Providence Festival of Trees, hosted by Providence Seaside Hospital Foundation, kicks off the season with “Home for the Holidays,” a virtual gala and auction.
James Faurentino opened Pizza a’fetta in Cannon Beach on Aug. 22, 1988 at 11:45 a.m.
Real estate brokers throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington are gearing up for Windermere Real Estate’s annual Share the Warmth campaign.
The Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District responded to new state guidelines as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Seaside Rotary Foundation hosts the virtual fundraiser, “Party in your PJs,” with the Seaside Rotary Club now through Sunday.
Providence Seaside Hospital announced a partnership with Clatsop Community College to provide health care scholarships for underrepresented students over the next three years. Beginning winter…
With sneaker waves predicted Nov. 13-14 on the north Oregon Coast, followed by a king tide event Nov. 15-17, the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department urges beachgoers to be safe.
Before families gather around the dinner table and enjoy cranberry sauce during the holiday season, a family in Gearhart gathers in a bog to harvest the bright red fruit.
Providence Seaside Hospital received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s “Get With The Guidelines — Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award.” The award recognizes t…
Celebrate the holiday season by participating in the 2020 Seaside area holiday lights tour and competition. Residents and businesses in Seaside and Gearhart are invited to decorate their homes…
Join the Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District on Thanksgiving Day for the annual Turkey Trot, a 5K fun run and walk. Check-in begins at 8 a.m. and the race at 9 a.m., from Quatat Park al…
ILWACO, Wash. — The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission offers its two final free days of 2020 on Nov. 11 and 27. This means visitors to state parks will not need a Discover Pass …
Coast Community Radio KMUN’s 407 donors, including 84 new members, helped the station raise $58,000 during the fall membership drive. One member, who donated several thousand dollars, and anot…
The Angora Hiking Club held its annual meeting at Cullaby Lake on Oct. 18. The new board members are Julie Dorland, president, Dory Lukas, vice president, and Terry Arnall, secretary. Continui…
Operation Christmas Child’s National Collection Week is Nov. 16-23. Curbside drop-off is available this year at two locations, one in Astoria, and one in Seaside. The addresses and drop-off ho…
Laundry Love will be hosting their annual clothing giveaway and two free loads of laundry on Saturday, Nov. 14.
The Sou’Wester Garden Club meets Wednesday, Nov. 18, at the Bob Chisholm Community Center, 1225 Avenue A.
Local author Brian Ratty discusses his new book, “Call of the Columbia,” at the Seaside Public Library, Nov. 14 at 2 p.m.
Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District’s Fall Fun Fest looked a little different this year. Instead of taking place at the Bob Chisholm Community Center, it was held Saturday at the Seasid…
More than 12,000 books and library materials made the move from Gearhart Elementary School to the new Pacific Ridge Elementary School on Spruce Drive, part of the district’s efforts to relocat…
Health restrictions as a result of the coronavirus pandemic have limited Halloween activities everywhere, but the Seaside Downtown Development Association is making sure no one is feeling depr…
Windermere Realty Trust welcomed real estate broker Sharon L. Johnson last month in the company’s Gearhart office.
Imagine stumbling on this.
The Associated Student Body of Seaside High School, in conjunction with local coffee shops, will hold a fundraiser this weekend to help residents of Phoenix, Oregon, affected by wildfires.
Local individuals and organizations are invited to to apply for grant funding from the Clatsop County Cultural Coalition to support projects to maintain or protect cultural programs in the art…
SEASIDE — Now through Oct. 25, Cleanline Surf is raffling off a 7-foot 2-inch Firewire Seaside and Beyond surfboard, donated by Firewire Surfboards. All of the raffle proceeds will go to the R…
Olivia Paul has received a PEO Margaret Howell Scholarship for $1,500.
Free masks will be handed out in a drive-thru event on Thursday from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Seaside Fire Station, 150 S. Lincoln, and at the Gearhart Fire Station, 670 Pacific Way.
The Seaside Aquarium reported an “ocean burp” in south Seaside Saturday.
Margaret McClean of Seaside was among 595 Eastern Oregon University students awarded degrees during the 2019-20 academic year.
The Sunset Park and Recreation District Fall Fun Fest takes place Saturday from 3 to 7 p.m. at the Seaside Civic and Convention Center.
Alyssa Goin of Seaside was among 558 Eastern Oregon University students to be named to the dean’s list for the 2020 spring term.
Skate egg casings have been washing onto the North Coast’s sandy beaches, some with embryos developing inside of them, reports Tiffany Boothe of the Seaside Aquarium.
“They’re creepy and they’re kooky, mysterious and spooky, they’re altogether ooky, the Caprellidae family.”
Friends of Haystack Rock and SOLVE Oregon Beach Cleanup takes place Sunday, Oct. 18, from 10 a.m. to noon at Haystack Rock in Cannon Beach.
The North Coast Chamber Orchestra presents “Music on the River.” Musicians will perform Saturdays from noon to 2 p.m. in October at Quatat Park on the Necanicum River in Seaside.
The Sou’Wester Garden Club will meet Wednesday, Oct. 28, at The Bob Chisholm Community Center, 1225 Avenue A.
Coronavirus relief fund cultural grant awards totaling $25.7 million will be distributed to 621 cultural organizations across Oregon through a partnership between the Oregon Cultural Trust and…
The Sunset Empire Transportation District recently received a little over $500,000 from the Oregon Department of Transportation through the Cares Act, signed into law on March 27. The funds we…
Seaside Aquarium and SOLVE Oregon present the “Treasure the Beach” beach cleanup on Saturday from 9 to 11 a.m. at the Seaside Aquarium 200 N. Prom Seaside Oregon.
Salmon fishing will reopen on the Columbia River ahead of schedule as a fall return of Chinook continues to exceed preseason expectations.
This school year, most North Coast students will trade in the trek to school for a Zoom screen. Recess with classmates will be a jaunt around the backyard or a local park.
The public will have a chance to comment on a draft plan for how the state plans to manage forests on the west side of Oregon, including the Clatsop and Tillamook State forests.
Cathy “CJ” Opfer joined Windermere Realty Trust as a real estate broker in the company’s Gearhart office in August.
Free masks will be handed out in a drive-thru event on Thursday from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Seaside Fire Station, 150 S. Lincoln, Seaside.
Breaking a Guinness World Record doesn’t happen in an instant. It takes several attempts at a time — and months of training before that.
The Sunset Empire Transportation District Board of Commissioners is seeking a volunteer from Clatsop County to serve on the Transportation Advisory Committee.
Many restaurants are striving to survive during the coronavirus. And many of us are staring into our cupboards and refrigerators, simply sighing. For those of us who are cautious about eating …
Sunset Empire Transportation District seeks applicants to fill the open position on its board of commissioners.