Great Oregon ShakeOut
Applications are due 5 p.m. Nov. 4 to the county manager's office.
"Come Bond with Us" event is part of the city's study on expanding the Astor West Urban Renewal Area.
Weekend Best Bets for Oct. 21 to Oct. 23
AAUW to hold candidate forum Oct. 26 at CCC
Friday color comics on the way soon in the print Daily Astorian.
Investigators have pointed to the manufacture of butane honey oil as the possible cause of an explosion and fire at a marijuana extract company Wednesday in Astoria.
The Port of Astoria Commission wants the city to keep freight rail access open to the central waterfront.
The goal, they say, is to provide more long-term housing options in Astoria.
The fishing ends Saturday
Water district, city could meet
A fire broke out at Higher Level Concentrates marijuana extraction company in Astoria's Uniontown neighborhood Wednesday night.
Thirteen markers overturned
A local historian says preservation is a matter of values and vigilance.
The defese of accused child killer Randy Roden called its key medical witness Tuesday, trying to prove 2-year-old Eva Wing died of a infection.
Cannon Beach Academy gets a go-ahead from Seaside School District
The Port of Astoria is relinquishing its lease on the Skipanon Peninsula.
Point of View: Winter is coming
Three Seaside schools are in critical condition
Chamber hopes to bring sand-friendly wheelchairs to Cannon Beach
A new look at Seaside's Coast River Inn
Another bar in Astoria's Uniontown neighborhood is up for sale.
On the record
The Daily Astorian is making some changes this week to improve your newspaper offerings.
Work needed for trolley to run next year
Emergency crews in Oregon and Washington worked through the night to restore power lines and remove dozens of downed trees to clear roads that the storm had damaged over the past two days.
Property owners, crews clean up debris in aftermath of Manzanita tornado
Beekeeper shares information on maintaining bees year-round