The push continues to improve preschool quality and affordability.
Commission upholds san removal permit
Tiny houses, garage units on the table
Grant to help Seaside launch a five-day preschool program
Attorney claims water district has no ownership right
Visitors to the courthouse this week can enter the building without being screened.
Point of View: Flu shots
On the record
Seaside slain sergeant played football at Sherwood High from 1990-94
Housing struggles to meet need of employers and their workers
Cannon Beach Planning Commission denies hotel expansion
On the record
Man was last seen Wednesday
Five pot stores are in operation in Astoria, with three others in planning
Toxin may be more widespread than anticipated
The beer festival, held Friday through Sunday at the Columbia River Maritime Museum’s Barbey Center, showcased about 40 Northwest beers and ciders.
Seaside School District offers first glimpse of new K-12 campus
Student Queener is back on the field for Naselle, this time as the new assistant coach for the middle school team and as a volunteer assistant with the high school squad.
Whitehair Jr., 54, pleaded no contest to first-degree theft Monday before being sentenced.
Periodic closures until late November
Charlie's Chophouse has everything but the staff.
Foresters have reopened Nicolai Mainline near Westport.
Columbia Memorial Hospital thanks its donors
The state Department of Transportation reminds motorists, cyclists and pedestrians to stay safe and alert on the road as school starts back up.
The change from three open entrances to one secured entrance was approved in February by the court security advisory committee.
'Limited' necropsy performed on whale
Courts dates, foreclosure sale look for Neacoxie Creek Barn
The lawsuit over the filming of double-breasted cormorant shooting on the lower Columbia River is moving from San Diego to Portland.