On its first day in its new space, pantry serves 32 households, 121 people total.
Astoria stands to receive new revenue, help combat climate change, through carbon credit project
The Clatsop County Board of Commissioners unanimously adopted the Clatsop Vision 2030 Together, a $3
Astoria Police are searching for Jesse Allan Pitts, 32, Astoria, a suspect in several burglaries who
Pantry volunteers to thank community for helping with its big move.
This year for the first time, the museum will also oversee the Washington State International Kite Festival, as well as host a number of workshops and new annual fundraiser event.
A phone scam involving con-artists who pose as tax-collectors is getting more common during tax season.
The Oregon LNG project relies on multiple permit approvals being considered by the Oregon DEQ, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development.
Point of View: Super Bowl plans
Nine-hour operation finds woman who got lost near the Cove.
Pacific Seafood Group calls off acquisition of Ocean Gold Seafoods
Astoria Planning Commission moves toward consensus on Bridge Vista development standards
Astoria High School's CommuniCare program has grant money to give out.
Coffenbury Lake in Fort Stevens State Park and the 6th Street viewing platform in Astoria are among 133 sites across the state found suitable for anglers with physical disabilities.
The Community Action Team, a local nonprofit serving Columbia, Clatsop and Tillamook counties, recently received a $136,600 expansion grant for its Health Families home visiting program.
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Under guidelines approved for this year’s season, anglers fishing below Bonneville Dam will be allowed to catch an estimated 11,500 spring chinook before an updated run forecast is available in early May.
First lady Cylvia Hayes is vague when describing the work she did for a nonprofit clean energy consulting firm while she also advised the governor on similar topics. Ethics experts say that raises legitimate quesitons about the propriety of the...
Englund Marine & Industrial Supply, celebrating 70 years, has grown from a local startup to a collection of companies with operations spread across the West Coast.
Commercial fishermen temporarily block Pacific Seafood Group's acquisition of Ocean Gold Seafoods, claiming monopoly
The Cannon Beach City Council's strategic plan will include expanding the Ecola Creek Forest Reserve and make progress on the South Wind site development.
Coast Community Radio received some help for the 19th Annual FisherPoets gathering from the Oregon Arts Commission.
The Seaside Transportation Advisory Commission has discovered three possible routes to obtain revenue for sidewalks and other amenities for the city.
After pleading guilty to first-degree attempted rape and harassment, Jose Rene Cubas-Reyes, 35, was sentenced to 40 days in jail and 36 months probation. He will get credit for jail time served.
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is currently accepting nominations for a seat on the Pacific Fishery Management Council. The deadline to request nomination materials is Feb. 13. The 3-year term begins in August.
The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality will host an informational public meeting about its involvement with the proposed Oregon LNG pipeline project at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Warrenton Community Center.
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As users stick with black market or medical marijuana, legal recreational growers have sold only one-fifth of all they've produced so far
Warrenton High Schools seeks 12 years of yearbooks