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Pendleton B&B to open on Main Street

A local property owner is aiming to open a new Pendleton bed and breakfast by Round-Up.

The Pendleton Planning Commission recently approved a conditional use permit to turn a 704 S. Main St. house into the Bogart Brothers Bed &...

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WinCo to open Albany store in early July
WinCo to open Albany store in early July

WinCo Foods received the keys to its new 85,000-square-foot grocery store in Albany on June 19, and the next day, the site was bustling with activity as workers stocked the shelves with food, cosmetics and more.

The supermarket, at 3100 Pacific...

WinCo to open Albany store in early July
WinCo to open Albany store in early July

WinCo Foods received the keys to its new 85,000-square-foot grocery store in Albany on June 19, and the next day, the site was bustling with activity as workers stocked the shelves with food, cosmetics and more.

The supermarket, at 3100 Pacific...

WinCo to open Albany store in early July
WinCo to open Albany store in early July

WinCo Foods received the keys to its new 85,000-square-foot grocery store in Albany on June 19, and the next day, the site was bustling with activity as workers stocked the shelves with food, cosmetics and more.

The supermarket, at 3100 Pacific...

Dozens of small homes proposed

A pair of local real estate developers want to fit up to 70 small single-family rental houses and an apartment building onto a 3.6-acre lot near the Union Pacific rail yard in west Eugene, eyeing the bare land for a dense housing project perhaps...

Homebuilders respond to housing scarcity

Dale Barrett, a surveyor with Otak Inc., recently walked along an overgrown dirt road on the western edge of Warrenton, pointing out lots and the occasional abandoned homeless camp. The road could one day be the main artery through Fort Pointe, a...

Letter: Gearhart as we know it

The Gearhart community has been under siege for over a year now, bombarded with flyers from vacation rental corporations and speculators offering financial incentives for converting homes in the single-family residential zone into illegal commercial...

The last word: Astoria, property owner clash over derelict home

The first thing you notice about Leroy Olvey’s house in Alderbrook is the words. The property is drowning in them.

There are signs everywhere: freestanding in the yard, tacked to the sides of a dilapidated trailer, nailed to the outer walls of...

Seaside inks tax deal with Airbnb

Few companies come to the city asking to pay taxes.

But that’s what Airbnb did, presenting a voluntary agreement to collect thousands of dollars of lodging taxes on Seaside vacation rentals.

“Right now, unless the host is going to collect...

Our View: Is Seaside’s deal with Airbnb fair to its competitors?

Seaside city councilors approved a no cost, voluntary deal with Airbnb last week to allow the short-term vacation rental giant to act as an agent for the properties they represent to collect lodging taxes and send collections to the city. The deal has...

City to revisit buffers for pot shops

Three months after agreeing there was no urgent need to require distance buffers between retail marijuana shops, Eugene city councilors have decided to take another look.

Councilors have directed City Manager Jon Ruiz to return with language for...

Madelyn Cleary Bromm

Oct. 7, 1927 — June 6, 2017

Madelyn “Chickie” Bromm quietly passed away at her home at Regency Park Place in Corvallis in the company of family on June 6, the same day that her husband George, a D-Day survivor, died in 1984. She was...

Airbnb generates meaningful income for local families

Every year, thousands of people vacation on the Oregon coast, taking in the scenic beauty and visiting local businesses. Responsible Airbnb hosts help communities accommodate these visitors, while earning extra money to help make ends...

Madelyn Cleary Bromm
Madelyn Cleary Bromm

Oct. 7, 1927 — June 6, 2017

Madelyn “Chickie” Bromm quietly passed away at her home at Regency Park Place in Corvallis in the company of family on June 6, the same day that her husband George, a D-Day survivor, died in 1984. She was...

Homes: Average price fell from record in April

Lane County’s sizzling sellers’ real estate market continues to burn up records.

The number of pending home sales in May set a 16-year-record, and the county’s inventory of homes for sale fell to a record low of 1.6 months, according to the...

Clean-up team

Real estate brokers from Windermere Stellar’s Canon Beach and Gearhart offices took the day off last Friday (June 9) to improve their community. The north Oregon Coast real estate brokers lined Cannon Beach to rid the shores of garbage and debris as...

New set of apartments planned for Astoria’s South Slope

The owner of the Fisher Brothers Building in downtown Astoria plans to build a 32-unit apartment complex on property near the Old Youngs Bay Bridge.

The city building department recently approved developer Joe Barnes’ permit application for an...

How to use your home equity in retirement

(BPT) - Most of us save and plan for decades to enjoy the period of our life when we no longer need to go into the office and work an eight-hour day for a paycheck.

But even with those decades of hard work, it can be tough to save up enough cash...

Seaside inks tax deal with Airbnb

SEASIDE — Few companies come to the city asking to pay taxes.

But that’s what Airbnb did, presenting a voluntary agreement to collect thousands of dollars of lodging taxes on Seaside vacation rentals.

“Right now, unless the host is going...

Manufacturer eyes move, expansion

Eugene manufacturer Willamette Valley Co. may move its headquarters and robotics division — an expanding part of the company — into a 100,000-square-foot west Eugene building owned by Christian book publisher Harvest House Publishers, according to...

Business in Brief (June 12)
Business in Brief (June 12)

Conservation districtearns recognition

When it comes to helping people help the land, employees with local Soil and Water Conservation Districts are instrumental in engaging Oregon’s urban and rural communities in voluntary...

Business in Brief (June 12)
Business in Brief (June 12)

Conservation districtearns recognition

When it comes to helping people help the land, employees with local Soil and Water Conservation Districts are instrumental in engaging Oregon’s urban and rural communities in voluntary...

Hardworking kitchens can still have style

(BPT) - Years ago, the kitchen served a very utilitarian function — a place to prepare food and clean the dishes. Today, it's truly the nerve center of the house where people eat meals, discuss the day's events, plan calendars, do homework, check...

Smaller metros take action to draw millennials fleeing bigger urban areas

(BPT) - Are millennials getting ready to leave big cities in droves? Some experts in demographics, economics and real estate have predicted the millennial exodus from huge urban areas has already begun. If true, the question remains: where will they...

Technology Can Give You The Upper Hand On Your Next Home Purchase
Technology Can Give You The Upper Hand On Your Next Home Purchase

(NAPSI)—Technology has revolutionized the homebuying process in some surprising ways.

What Tech Can Do Today

According to Google Trends, the number of searches for homes for sale has doubled in the past 10 years. Online tools streamline...

State upholds Gearhart rules

The state Land Use Board of Appeals has upheld Gearhart’s regulations on vacation rentals, denying an appeal from residents who oppose the restrictions. But plans for a vote to “repeal and replace” the regulations continue to move ahead, property...

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