Florence Oregon News

FURA Considers Property Options; Car Takes Out Crosswalk Beacon; ReVision Florence To Wrap Up; COVID-19 Cases

FURA Considers Property Options The Florence urban renewal agency will meet in executive session on Wednesday to look at several inquiries into the city’s property on Quince Street across from the Florence Events Center.  Over the past two years the city has received several informal inquiries into the property, but […]

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COVID-19 Numbers Continue to Rise; Flu Not as Deadly as COVID-19; Over 400 Pumpkins Distributed; Clamming Closed North of Jetty; LIHEAP Energy Relief

COVID-19 Numbers Continue to Rise After a more moderate week of coronavirus cases was reported the Oregon Health Authority says another 373 cases were added yesterday.  The Lane County total for yesterday was 29 and the number of individuals in the hospital increased to 14.  The total infectious rate for […]

Two Arrested After Search Warrant; Council Moves Deliberations to November; Park Closes For Bear Issue; OHA Issues New Rules on Masks; COVID-19 Numbers; No Threat From Earthquake; Port Host Needed

Two Arrested After Search Warrant On Friday the Florence Police Department assisted by the Reedsport Police K-9 unit served a search warrant at 1640 21st, in Florence.  Florence Police commander, John Pitcher in a press release stated that there was probable cause that the residence was a location where controlled […]

Florence Oregon Covid-19 News

Lane County Added To Watch List; City Council To Hear Appeal to Planning Commission Ruling; Accident Stifles 101 Traffic; Flu’s Mild Start

Lane County Added To Watch List On Friday the office of the Governor along with Oregon Health Authority placed Lane County on their COVID-19 watch list due to the high number cases in Lane County.  Included in this weekend’s total were two more cases in the Florence area.  The total […]