The Aberdeen City Council will hold a special council meeting at 7:15 p.m. on Monday.
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WASHINGTON, D.C. — The 90-day appeal period began Oct. 9 for flood hazard determinations in Grays Harbor County on the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Coastal Flood Hazard Study. During the appeal period, property owners can view the proposed risk maps and submit appeals or corrections in data.
Aberdeen Police are still trying to figure out what led to a 7-year-old Stevens Elementary School student falling from a moving school bus earlier this month.
The Grays Harbor Community Foundation awarded eight grants that totaled $98,605 in discretionary funding through its fourth quarter grants cycle.
City officials in McCleary will meet with the Sheriff’s Office to negotiate a potential contract for police services — but Mayor Gary Dent won’t be the one negotiating the contract.
Grays Harbor College’s new $42 million STEM building is beginning to take shape on its main campus in South Aberdeen.
Hannah Greenfield and Matthew Sergent ended their week at school with an unexpected visitor.
More than 18,000 comments were received as part of the environmental impact statement process for the proposed Grays Harbor Rail Terminal project to store crude oil at a tank farm near Bowerman Field in Hoquiam. The vast majority were form letters opposing the project.
The state’s Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council has agreed to hold hearings on whether it should have jurisdiction over proposals to locate oil storage operations at Port of Grays Harbor facilities in Hoquiam.
Trash pickup in both Hoquiam and Aberdeen will follow its regular schedule through Thanksgiving week.
If the Quinault Indian Nation has its way, the final decision on crude oil storage facilities proposed by Westway Terminals and Imperium Renewables in Hoquiam could be in the hands of Gov. Jay Inslee.
MONTESANO — Grays Harbor County has sent a bill to the state for $4,425, seeking compensation for the time Grays Harbor District Court spent dealing with citations involving the Discover Pass last year.
The sentencing date of Patrick Parnel, who was convicted of aggravated second-degree murder last month for killing his newborn daughter, has been pushed back to Dec. 5.
Staff at the two North Olympic Peninsula marine life centers hope a study pinpointing a variety of densovirus as the likely cause of sea star wasting syndrome is only the beginning.
A drug drop-box used to collect unwanted or unused medications that was installed at the Hoquiam Police Department in late October has been a success, said Hoquiam Police Chief Jeff Myers.