On federal holidays, Seasiders may take for granted the line of American flags that wave in front of businesses throughout the city.
Birdwatchers are invited to participate in the June 6 Great Coastal Backyard Bird Count organized by the North Coast Land Conservancy.
Volunteers arrived early at the Seaside Visitors Bureau building on Saturday for the Rotary highway cleanup. The biannual event brings members of Seaside Rotary together to collect trash on U.…
Wheel Fun Rentals in Seaside reopens Monday, owners Patrick and Denise Duhachek said, with one week of free rides.
- Former lifeguard performs Seaside beach water rescue
- Seaside lifts lodging restrictions
- Obituary: Carol Joyce Stutesman
- Graduation Day information for Seaside High School families, graduates
- Pacific Way Cafe to close after 32 years due to coronavirus impact
- Seaside budget would eliminate engineering department
- City to reopen buildings, public meetings
- Chamber ambassadors display the flags at Memorial Day
- Seventh grader launches victory garden, shares love of planting
- Seaside School District: Board approves new school year budget
While students from Seaside High School will move up the hill to a new campus in September, not all inhabitants of the old building will join them.
Seaside couple reopens with mood of optimism
Photographer and naturalist Neal Maine calls the beaver “a large rodent with a master’s degree in engineering.” The beaver works one branch at a time, to construct dams, lodges and an entire e…
Seaside High School’s Mason Miller turned his graduation gown to good cause. The 2020 graduate donated his gown to meet personal protective equipment shortages for health care workers.
Each May, staff and volunteers with North Coast Land Conservancy focus on removing invasive Scotch broom.
Photographer and naturalist Neal Maine photographed these baby gveese this week a few hours after they hatched.
Mail-in voting is free for the May 19 primary election. The state will provide postage-paid envelopes for mail-in ballots, the Clatsop County Clerk and Elections Department said.
Emma Hassan, a graduate of the Seaside High School class of 2013, earned her degree as doctor of physical therapy from the esteemed College of Health Sciences at Des Moines University in Des M…
Seaside kids participating in the backpack program will receive a special delivery this weekend, courtesy of Papa Murphy’s Pizza. Papa Murphy’s delivered 150 mini-pizzas to Warrenton students …
Seaside Fire is offering free yard debris drop-off for Seaside residents on Tuesday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
It’s not too late for gardeners in Seaside to get their spring crop started.
Local artist Dylan Milliren took to Facebook to celebrate the contributions of artists, playwrights and musicians during the time of coronavirus.
Marion Blake will see a dream come true at 102.
Eastern Oregon University named Seaside’s Alyssa Goin among one of 581 students to the dean’s list for the 2020 winter term.
Seaside’s Parker R. Conrad, a freshman majoring in general engineering with a straight-A average, was among local students named to the Oregon State University winter term honor roll.
Clatsop County will close vehicle access to North County beaches for the remaining weekends in April.
Cars lined up Saturday along Shore Terrace near Suzanne Elise Assisted Living in Seaside.
Breakfast will be served to all first responders and health care workers on Tuesday, courtesy of the Seaside Civic Convention Center and caterer Oregon Fine Foods.
Breakfast will be served to community members affected by the COVID-19 pandemic on Tuesday, courtesy of the Seaside Civic Convention Center and caterer Oregon Fine Foods.
“We love you!” is the message from the parade preparing to gather at 3 p.m. Saturday. Organizer Shirley Smith-Yates invites the community to bring their car, honk their horns, display signs an…
WARRENTON — Warrenton High School seniors Isabella Morrill and Mara Dowaliby have been selected to receive the 2020 L. R. Hitchman Family Achievement Award, which offers a $1,000 award to defr…
Gearhart resident Emily Spalding and Seaside's Danielle Keen were named to the dean’s list at Pacific University for the fall 2019 semester.
When Seaside author Honey Perkel began writing her novel “Malady and Grace” in September 2018, the thought of a pandemic happening in the future was the last thing on her mind.
TLC, a division of Fibre Federal Credit Union, is stepping up to help ensure children don't go hungry while schools are closed by pledging to donate up to $55,000. The funds will be disbursed …
Pickups are being made at Safeway, Rite-Aid, Costco, Walmart and Fred Meyer for residents of the city of Gearhart or the Gearhart Rural Fire Protection District who are quarantined, a senior c…
In response to the COVID-19 crisis, North Coast Land Conservancy has closed access to all of its properties, including Circle Creek Conservation Center in Seaside. The office is also closed, a…
Registration for CoastWalk Oregon, a three-day walk on the Oregon Coast Trail benefitting North Coast Land Conservancy, opens April 1. Dates for the 2020 event are Sept. 11, 12 and 13. Details…
Beachgoers are urged to help recovery efforts of the threatened western snowy plover by staying on the wet sand at snowy plover beaches during nesting season, through Sept. 15.
Seaside Surf Shop owner Dennis Smith invited surfers to score today’s hottest commodity. With the purchase of a new surf board customers receive a free roll of toilet paper.
The Astorian and Coast Community Radio are partnering to provide you with confirmed, up-to-date information on places to eat, what is open for business, as well as events that are canceled and…
A “panda” shared a message to motorists on U.S. Highway 101 in Seaside in front of City Hall.
What was it like to be part of the Grateful Dead’s extended family, following the legendary rock band’s journey from its time in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury neighborhood to touring across t…
Make sure to check with your venue as events are subject to change or cancellation.
Friends of Haystack Rock presents a photography contest, “Puffins at Haystack Rock.”
Growing concern about the spread of COVID-19, the strain of coronavirus that has triggered a global pandemic, may impact the Oregon FFA State Convention scheduled for March 19-22.
Play within a play offers a glimpse into community theater
ASTORIA — Angora Hiking Club will take on a two-part hike this Saturday.
MANZANITA — Nehalem Valley Historical Society will host a presentation on surviving tsunamis on Saturday.
ASTORIA — The Lower Columbia Classic Car Club will host its 28th annual swap meet on Saturday.
Seaside residents Morgan Brown, a psychology major, and Summer Spell, a global studies major, made the academic deans’ list at Azusa Pacific University.
Encore Dance Studio and Encore Performing Arts Foundation offer tuition-free community ballet and tap classes to students of all experience levels and abilities.
A crowd gathered at the Relief Pitcher for its annual “spicy food” competition on Sunday night. Winners got a plaque and bragging rights. Chef Jonathan Hoffman won first prize.
Trail’s End Art Association in Gearhart announces “Watercolor: The Basics You May Have Forgotten,” a series of four classes in April to be taught by Gheri Fouts.
“When I’m in the Cove picking up garbage a frequent question is, ‘What is the most unusual thing you’ve found?’” Seaside’s Joyce Hunt, a longtime surfer, said on March 9. “I used to struggle w…
On March 19, the Friends of the Seaside Public Library will host documentary filmmaker Ron Walker as he presents his film “The Art of Astoria.” The event will take place in the Community Room …
North Coast Food Web is accepting applications to rent our commercial kitchen at 577 18th St. in Astoria.
On Saturday, March 14, the Friends of the Seaside Library will Rosie McGee speaking about her book “Dancing with the Dead.” The event will take place in the Community Room at 1 p.m.
Seaside’s “Peace Tree” will be planted and dedicated on Friday, March 27, at 4 p.m. in Cartwright Park.
Mike and Bonnie Bjorem opened Bliss Mercantile & Brocante at 734 Broadway in Seaside in February. "We have loved coming here for years and years as a family," Bonnie said, adding that they…
At Home on Broadway now carries a collection of women's plus-sized clothing to fill the niche left by the closure of clothing stores at the Seaside Outlet Mall. "They're Nordstrom labels witho…