Gearhart artist showcases work and personal taste at A Great Gallery

When you walk into A Great Gallery in downtown Gearhart, you get a genuine glimpse into pastel artist Susan Thomas’ personality. The walls and several products are adorned with her artwork and she hand-picked each gift, skein of yarn and eclectic item inside.

Coast Weekend Road Trip: Gearhart

Throughout the 20th century, families from metropolitan areas regularly spent summers in Gearhart, soaking in the town’s peaceful atmosphere of pristine beaches, quiet streets and small-town charm.The same simplicity and untamed beauty of nature that appealed to travelers of the past continues to draw tourists to the quaint, primarily residential community today.

Artist comes to Gearhart for statue installation at Sweet Shop

Sweet Shop owner Traci Williams envisions the new sculpture in her outdoor garden on Pacific Way as a way to encourage conversations about unity and diversity.

Businesses honored for economic, community impact

SEASIDE — Clatsop Economic Development Resources, the local business advocacy group, on Thursday honored the economic and community impact of several local businesses.Nate and Zach Adamson, owners of Adamson Bros. Jiu Jitsu Academy in…

Newcomers: No dues, no politics just fun

Ellie Ludy moved to Gearhart from northern California in 2016.“Everyone was very nice,” she said, speaking from a place she jokes is her alternative living room, namely the leather sofa at Sweet Shop in Gearhart. “Although everyone…

Seaside Chamber celebrates South County businesses

Seaside’s business community came together at the Times Theatre, Thursday, Jan. 14, to celebrate accomplishments of businesses large and small alike.Brew 22 Coffee walked off with “Business of the Year,” winning an internet campaign…

Sweet Shop serves up new tradition

With the building’s history spanning decades of different establishments, owner of Pops Sweet Shop Cindy Anderson decided to sell her Gearhart business of nearly 15 years.In 2016 during a visit to Gearhart, Traci Williams passed the shop…