The Jordan Cove Energy Project has withdrawn its application for a removal-fill permit from the the Oregon Department of State Lands.
Old City Hall has been purchased by Bridge Street Commercial LLC, which intends to make improvements to the coffee shop, restaurant/bar, banquet facility and the building’s façade.
A request for extension submitted last week by the Jordan Cove Energy Project on its removal-fill permit with the Oregon Department of State Lands has been denied.
New owners of the Old City Hall building, Bridge Street Commercial, have plans to renovate the building, opening new office spaces, and reopen…
New overhead door renovation design for the Old City Hall building submitted to the City of Coos Bay by the building's new owners, Bridge Stre…
A renovation design submitted to the City of Coos Bay from the new owners of the Old City Hall building, Bridge Street Commercial.
The Bureau of Land Management’s Loon Lake Recreation Site, including the main campground, day-use facilities and boat ramp, will not open for the 2020 summer season.
The Bandon Educational Foundation, which was officially founded last year, has been working to improve education and facilities for Bandon students.
With influenza escalating across the country and preventing some donors from giving, and winter weather threatening to cancel blood drives, the American Red Cross now has a critical shortage of type O blood and needs donors to restock the shelves.
Since last April, the Jordan Cove Energy Project has stopped funding the Coos County Sheriff’s office for the Combined Services Unit. The cut in funding has caused the Sheriff’s Office to absorb the five deputies from its LNG division, leaving the division unmanned.