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Astoria is preparing to roll out a revamped parks scholarship program depleted by heavy demand and inefficiencies.

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Karl Marlantes, a bestselling author who grew up in Seaside, was inspired by his family history when writing his latest novel, “Deep River.”

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The Grocery Outlet appeal came before the Astoria City Council on Tuesday, with the developer asking for collaboration to ensure an agreeable project and city staff admonishing councilors to a…

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The Astoria City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved new building rules in the Urban Core section of the Riverfront Vision Plan guiding development along the Columbia River.

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A former boys basketball coach at Jewell School is facing a harassment charge for allegedly touching a former coach for the middle school’s girls team.

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In observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, all federal, state, county and city offices and services, including Astoria, Warrenton, Gearhart, Seaside and Cannon Beach city halls, ar…

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The Astoria City Council has begun defining the types of chain restaurants and hotels it could restrict to protect independent businesses.

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A homeless man on a bicycle was hit by a vehicle Wednesday afternoon while crossing a crosswalk on S.W. Main Court and S.W. Second Street in Warrenton.

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The Oregon Liquor Control Commission has recalled a marijuana product, some of it sold at a Seaside marijuana store, for potentially unsafe levels of pesticides.

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Jordan’s Hope for Recovery, a local nonprofit that provides support for people dealing with drug addiction, will dissolve by the end of January.

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The Astoria Co+op on Saturday will hold the official grand opening for its new store.

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Astoria Forest Products is trying to get out of leases with the Port of Astoria without termination costs, accusing the agency of elder abuse against its 82-year-old owner, Dennis Murphy.

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The Astoria Historic Landmarks Commission again approved a window restoration at the Astoria Armory, which recently received an infusion of money as volunteers seek to fix the building up.