A beach hazard is in effect for the North Coast on Sunday.
A Seaside man was sentenced to 20 years in prison Friday for encouraging child sex abuse.
A new hospital on the horizon
Astoria is preparing to roll out a revamped parks scholarship program depleted by heavy demand and inefficiencies.
- Kelso man dies after getting stuck in the snow near Nicolai Mainline
- Domino's planned for Astoria
- Seaside man sentenced to prison for encouraging child sex abuse
- Astoria hears Grocery Outlet appeal
- Former Jewell coach faces harassment charge
- New approach to math hits stride
- Everyday People: Astoria man develops passion for carving
- Our View: Port confronts a cruise ship conflict
- Astoria approves downtown development rules
- Columbia Memorial builds financial strength for expansion
Clatsop County will soon get an updated count on homelessness.
A new tobacco retail license fee will go into effect Feb. 8.
The Clatsop County Board of Commissioners voted Wednesday to approve an enterprise zone agreement with Fort George.
The Clatsop County Board of Commissioners voted Wednesday to ask voters to adjust a tax levy for the county fairgrounds.
Police are investigating an incident that occurred Monday morning at Lower Columbia Bowl in Astoria.
The Clatsop County Board of Commissioners declared Sunday Cascadia Earthquake Awareness Day.
Graduation rates across much of Clatsop County continue to climb.
Karl Marlantes, a bestselling author who grew up in Seaside, was inspired by his family history when writing his latest novel, “Deep River.”
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…
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.
A curriculum and teaching method flips traditional math instruction and student assessment
An 80-year-old Astoria man was struck by a vehicle Tuesday while crossing W. Marine Drive in front of Astoria High School.
A tornado caused minor damage to two properties along the Kahnie Trail Loop near Manzanita on Tuesday morning.
Student projects on display at Columbia River Maritime Museum
Astoria police have received reports that a scam caller with a toll-free phone number has called a couple of bars pretending to be a police officer.
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.
Domino’s is coming to Astoria.
After retiring from a career as an educator in 2013, Rick Pass has spent the past several years developing a craft of carving and sculpting ducks from wood.
Health of crabs an important indicator
A Kelso, Washington, man died of hypothermia after getting stuck in the snow while riding his side-by-side in the Nicolai Mainline area east of Astoria.
Beau Peterson was sworn in Friday afternoon as a Clatsop County Circuit Court judge.
Type of support incorrect
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…
The recreational razor clam harvest is open along the North Coast.
A man who drove his truck into the Columbia River in Astoria in 2018 walked away from a prison work crew in Salem on Friday afternoon but was captured within a few hours.
The Astoria City Council has begun defining the types of chain restaurants and hotels it could restrict to protect independent businesses.
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.
Potential solution to access concerns
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.
Schools in Knappa were closed on Friday due to icy weather.
Jordan’s Hope for Recovery, a local nonprofit that provides support for people dealing with drug addiction, will dissolve by the end of January.
Indivisible North Coast Oregon is hosting March to Win on Saturday afternoon in downtown Astoria.
MANZANITA — Nearly 100 people attended a vigil at the Hoffman Center for the Arts on Wednesday night for the two children washed into the ocean at Falcon Cove over the weekend.
The Astoria Co+op on Saturday will hold the official grand opening for its new store.
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.
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.
Troubled by pollution near Lewis and Clark River
The foundation raising money for the Astoria Library has received $500,000 from the National Endowment for the Humanities toward the building’s renovation.
A high wind advisory is in effect near beaches and headlands through Wednesday afternoon.
Seaside schools are starting two hours late on Wednesday morning due to weather.