Event takes place Oct. 6
Seaside Library hosts grant application workshop
Affordable housing, environmental issues discussed
Project manager announces Army Corps of Engineers permit OK
Kendall Sawa named Providence Portland Medical Center chief operating officer
Seaside Surf joins coalition to protest proposed change
Sponsors of the “Tolls Need Voter Approval” initiative may soon be able to gather signatures to land the proposal on the 2020 ballot.
Ceremony one of hundreds across U.S. this week
People with disabilities find beach access through new program
A controversial, first-in-the-nation proposal would end coverage of opioids for chronic pain patients enrolled in the Oregon Health Plan
Neighbors cool to potential development
‘Reshaping the mouth of the Columbia River’
Trade, Kavanaugh also mentioned
Bonamici, Betsy Johnson join officials, construction team
Weather alert through Sunday morning
Event is on Wednesday
Remembering Larry Loveridge
Project wins Visitors Center distribution
Between the Covers: Celebrating 10 years on Broadway
Top administrator was hired in 2016
Barber offers voice for Sunset Rec expansion
Boosters play key role in athletics, classroom
A schedule of local meetings in the upcoming weeks.
Dialysis stations could open next fall
Orr, Gardner selected
The settlement adds special protections for rivers and streams
Sasquatch-theme steakhouse served diners for two decades
Parking, staff are among council concerns
Race coverage set to meet Seaside’s limits
Owner of Cannery Pier Hotel dies
The state ag department now has five separate testing facilities for the programs, including cannabis, it regulates.
A Portland lawyer says a state agency’s refusal to release legislative concepts is politically motivated by the tight gubernatorial race.
Event to be held Saturday
Gov. Brown and challenger Buehler want 180-day school year, but neither has suggested increasing mandated instructional hours.