The fifth annual Cannon Beach Yoga Festival boasts almost 200 participants, according to an early tally.
The Breakers Point Homeowners Association's proposal to grade 74,000 cubic yards of sand from the du
A classic Agatha Christie murder mystery comes to the Coaster Theatre.
A groups of north-end residents adamantly oppose Jeff Nicholson's plan to build three new homes on h
Steven Sinkler writes about wine.
Read the Cannon Beach Fire and Rescue Call log from February 2015.
Melissa Keyser, 27, of Astoria, become the first-ever education coordinator with the Haystack Rock Awareness Program.
The Cannon Beach City Council revises its street standards to include new provisions for local gravel roads.
Elaine Murdy-Trucke writes about Cannon Beach's history.
The six-member Affordable Housing Task Force meets again to discuss why Cannon Beach's housing is too expensive for many of its workers.
Excerpts from the Feb. 15 through 28 Cannon Beach Police Department log.
Seaside students won third place at ProStart tournament.
Cannon Beach Food Pantry Manager Molly Edison thanks the pantry's supporters for helping move the pantry to a new location.
A seminar on Internet fraud is lanned in Cannon Beach.
Applications are due April 22 for Cannon Beach's community services grants.
Oil painter Angela Woods will have her works on display from March 27 to April 10 at Northwest By Northwest Gallery.
Fire training will be next week.
Columnist Nancy McCarthy writes about retirement.
Kent Suter writes a letter about the damage caused by a city water pipe break.
Letter quesions the city's process involving the proposed planned development in North Cannon Beach.
Rex and Diane Amos write about the proposed development on the north side of Cannon Beach.
The department of transportation finishes the first phase of a multi-year tree-thinning project in Cannon Beach.
Many of Cannon Beach's low-wage employees cannot afford to live in the city and must commute from surrounding communities.
The Stomptowners are coming to town.
The city of Cannon Beach seeks a solution to its water service conflict.
After a water line burst, spilling water onto north-end properties, the city's insurance company has declined to pay for damage.
"Blue," a textile art display will be on exhibit at the Cannon Beach History Center and Museum through April 15.
Save the dates: the wine and culinary festival returns March 12 through 15.
Cannon Beach History Center and Museum plans a scavenger hunt and trivia contest.