School site shuffle: Parents, teachers push back as the Paso Robles school district talks about closing one school and moving students to another
A young wheelchair user wants more local businesses to think of disability access, starting with a beach-friendly route to the ocean
Paso continues waiting on school-closure decision
Paso Robles' school district is delaying its final decision on the possible closure of Georgia Brown Elementary School to early 2022, leaving several students and their families waiting for more than a year since the proposal was first announced.
Cayucos gets $3.5 million loan for Vets Hall
Cayucos' "nerve center" leaped closer to receiving a jump-start on Nov. 16 when the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors approved a $3.5 million loan to rehabilitate the coastal town's Veterans Hall.
Lucia Mar school board recall campaign fails
Three board members of San Luis Obispo County's largest school district prevailed over recall efforts on Nov. 5, ending a 160-day tussle marked by mask debates, dirt-filled petition envelopes, and even a "freeway chase."
As the nation's racial gap closes for vaccination rates, SLO County's Black population lags behind
Battered by COVID-19, SLO County's foster care system is looking for more resource parents and emergency shelters
Cal Poly students hope university officials will improve campus safety
More than 100 students gathered around the open air plaza at Cal Poly's University Union (UU) to attend a survivor support talk in the wake of the two sexual assault cases that took place on campus within a single week in October.
Grover Beach begins district map-building
From maps created with basic coding to those "even drawn on a napkin," Grover Beach wants residents to help with its historic districting debut.
License to thrill
Mystery Loves Company Tours provides one-of-a-kind haunted walks for SLO's residents and tourists
Arroyo Grande declares water shortage emergency
Arroyo Grande residents officially have to work harder at conserving water or pay fines up to $200.
Grover Beach plans to attract more businesses with reduced cannabis tax
Producing and distributing pot in Grover Beach is about to be more pocket-friendly thanks to a new drop in commercial cannabis tax.
Settling the dust
Oceano Dunes officials battle lawsuits and public frustration as they race to control dust emissions and off-road driving.
Pandemic pressures are having lasting effects on the pet care system, including a shortage of local veterinary professionals
Cal Poly surveys Pismo clams for growth
The pandemic made sure people can find QR codes everywhere, from restaurant menus to billboards, and San Luis Obispo County just added them in an unusual new location—the shells of live Pismo clams.