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WSDOT modifies traffic signals on Highway 12 in East Aberdeen

Washington State Department of Transportation retimed two traffic signals along Highway 12 in Aberdeen to allow for better traffic flow.

Cosmopolis celebrates its 125th anniversary on Sunday

This free celebration and festival is from noon to 5 p.m. at Lions Club Park.

Dead man found in Aberdeen was from Ocean Shores

Man was released from the GHCH after and last seen in Aberdeen on Aug. 6

Eligible families encouraged to apply for free and reduced-price meal programs

Washington public schools play a vital role in children’s health by providing free and reduced-price meals to students in need

Hospital’s donation competition to benefit Grays Harbor Youth Center

East and West campuses at Grays Harbor Community Hospital vie to collect most items for center

September is Attendance Awareness Month

During the 2014-15 school year, one out of every six students in Washington was absent at least 18 days.

Montesano Community Education calls it quits after more than 40 years

Since about 1974, MCE has offered classes for the community — from cooking and crafts to after-school events. During its early years,through the 1970s and 1980s, MCE was an expansive system of volunteer-taught classes, but participation and interested has dwindled.

  • Sep 9th, 2016

Greater Grays Harbor Inc. to host Legislative District forums

Grays Harbor residents get an opportunity to have their voices heard by the candidates running for the 19th and 24th Legislative Districts at one of two legislative forums held this month.

  • Sep 8th, 2016

Back to school

Wednesday was the first day of instruction in Aberdeen

Grays Harbor Corvette Club’s ‘Corvettes at the Marina’ show winners

Jack and Stacia Curtis of Tacoma earn Best in Show

Aberdeen School Board approves revision of district employment policy

Human Resources policies are being revised

Driver in weekend accident charged in injury hit-and-run

The driver in Aberdeen who struck a pedestrian Saturday evening on the 300 block of East River Street and fled the scene has been charged with injury hit-and-run

Ocean Shores residents can now pay water bill online

The city of Ocean Shores now has a new system that will allow residents to pay their water bills online.

  • Sep 8th, 2016

Public record: District Court, Sept. 1

District Court case list

  • Sep 7th, 2016

St. Mary School reopens after repairing flood damage

A flood on Jan. 21 caused more than $500,000 damage to the building first put in use 90 years ago

Fishing boat sinks at Westport Marina

The cause of the sinking is unknown.

Union Gospel Mission renovation plan moving forward

The mission’s ground floor will receive a much-needed $900,000 renovation in the coming months

Tesla Supercharger station planned for Aberdeen

The Aberdeen City Council recently approved placement of a Tesla Supercharger station slated to be part of the future Gateway Center.

Harborites — get ready for the unexpected

With fault lines underfoot and tsunami signs as reminders, Harborites should adopt the Boy Scout motto: Be prepared!

Teacher pleads not guilty to child pornography charge

An Aberdeen High School teacher appeared in court Tuesday afternoon for his arraignment on charges of allegedly possessing and dealing child pornography.

  • Sep 7th, 2016