Giving Tuesay is Dec. 2
Tracy and Donna Black's proposed restaurant, Life in the Slow Lane, got the green light from the Ast
Data from the Oregon Employment Department shows seasonally adjusted unemployment rates stagnating f
Lovekesh and Alpana Kumar run the newly opened Super Mart in Warrenton.
Following are six of the most valuable property transactions from the past week.
Rising commercial water use in Astoria, an industrial lion’s share from fish processors and a growing amount from craft breweries, has held down overall rates for residences and businesses in recent years.
Dr. Darren Thorsen and two other optometrists run Coastal Eye Care in Astoria, Seaside and Long Beach, Wash.
Recent coastal transplant Charley Lynn wants to help local businesses with anything from website development to dog walking.
Pacific Coast Medical Supply soon moves ... a block and a half down Marine Drive.
The Seaside Signal is recognized as the Business of the Year at the Seaside Chamber of Commerce annual meeting and banquet.
Following are six of the most valuable property t ransactions from the past two weeks.
On Dec. 2, Clatsop Economic Development Resources (CEDR) holds a workshop about keeping digitally organized.
For years, foresters and conservationists have been trying to create new markets for western juniper in Oregon. The species has overrun some parts of the state, and is sucking scarce water from Oregon’s high desert.
Bison meat is more common as a high-end, healthy food choice in grocery stores, but the number of farmed animals and producers dropped in the 2012 USDA Ag Census from the one in 2007.