Four homeowners near B Street at the base of Arnold Hill in Aberdeen say a broken pipe at the Fairview Reservoir made problems during the early January flooding even worse, sending water through backyards and into basements. They have filed damage claims against the city totaling more than $120,000, but the city says it doesn’t plan to pay.
Three people were sent to the hospital after a head-on, two-car accident Thursday afternoon on state Route 109 near Burrows Road, according to the State Patrol.
Bolstered by noticeable increases in local hotel/motel and sales tax receipts over the past year, a group of Ocean Shores business leaders last week announced details of another Ocean Shores Co-op Marketing Plan to help boost the city’s tourism advertising presence in 2015.
Aberdeen Superintendent Thomas Opstad says damage done to Aberdeen High School during January’s flood will cost half a million dollars to repair.
Ocean Shores formally will draft a letter to the state Parks Commission expressing some concerns over a proposal to allow wind-powered recreational vehicles on state beaches, including those within the city limits.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., Sen. Dan Sullivan, R-Alaska, and Sen. Brian Schatz, D-Hawaii, announced Tuesday they’ve introduced legislation that would reauthorize and strengthen the nation’s tsunami detection and warning systems and continue investing in research to better prepare coastal communities.
A McCleary man pleaded not guilty to delivering LSD to two high school-aged girls earlier this month that resulted in one being sent to the hospital.
An Aberdeen man charged with raping a woman at knifepoint did not show up in court on Monday as his defense attorney recommended he have a competency evaluation done to decide whether or not he is mentally fit to stand trial.
A man suffered a severe laceration to his head after a stabbing near the intersection of Market and B streets in Aberdeen Tuesday at about 1 p.m., a statement from police says.
A half-eaten seal that washed up in Ocean Shores last week was probably killed by a great white shark that could have been as long as 18 feet, state Department of Fish and Wildlife biologists said Wednesday.