San Simeon, CA

A section of State Route 246 on the Central Coast is getting a $1.3 million facelift

Artistic fencing is being installed, along with native plant landscaping, an upgraded irrigation system using recycled water, decorative crosswalks and better directional signage. The beautification project is part of a wider Clean California initiative to remove trash, create jobs and transform public spaces, explained Colin Jones from Caltrans. Caltrans and...
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Marijuana Decision in Paso 10.05.2022

Paso Robles city council approves an ordinance on the zoning for the delivery offices of commercial marijuana. It’s the first step in allowing recreational cannabis sales to be licensed by the city. Councilman Chris Bausch had some reservations about the proposed ordinance put forward by staff. Currently, there are...

Cambria Bank of America 10.05.2022

The ATM has left the building. The Bank of America in Cambria finally removes its ATM located on Main street. So, if you live in Cambria and bank with B of A, you have to drive to Paso Robles or drive to San Luis to talk to a teller. However,...

Red Light Roundup 09/26 – 10/02/2022

Crime data listed below is for information purposes only and subject to change upon the receipt of updated information. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The data listed below is subject to change each week. Atascadero Police Department. September 26, 2022. 18:16— Leticia Alexandra...

Paso Robles Police arrest reports for Sept. 25-28

On Sept. 25, Ana Cynthia Nunez, 29, was arrested on Highway 46 East near 24th St. in Paso Robles for a local felony warrant. On Sept. 25, Travis Lee Badger, 36, of Paso Robles, was arrested in the 100 block of Niblick Rd. in Paso Robles for being under the influence of a controlled substance, possession of a specified controlled substance, possession of unlawful drug paraphernalia, and possession of a narcotic controlled substance.

High gas prices make driver jobs unsustainable on Central Coast

SALINAS, Calif. (KION-TV)- Whether you decide to go to Shell, Arco, or Chevron, you’ll see a common factor. Each gas station is seeing its prices continue to go up. That’s hurting people like Harley Martin, who depend on gas for their job. “I had to take a break,” Martin said. “I'm not doing it currently The post High gas prices make driver jobs unsustainable on Central Coast appeared first on KION546.

The man who made the castle

Tuesday, October 4, 2022. With weekend temps running from the high 60s to the low 50s by night, and with rain, it is surprisingly cool (or what feels like freezing) in New York. Not uncomfortably but with the rain, just this side of cold. Brr. Out in San Simeon, California,...

Haunted Houses – Halloween SLO County

Looking for a scare? Here’s a list of local haunted houses for you to enjoy with friends and family. Beware…some of these are not for the faint of heart! BWAHAHA!. The Haunt has returned! This year’s theme is Vampyres: TransylMania! Journey into a haunted maze of blood-starved creatures who lurk around every corner as they wait in the shadows to quench their need for fresh blood. You can find them at: 5805 El Camino Real, Atascadero, CA 93422. Tickets range from $6-15. Tickets Here.

School district provisionally appoints trustee

Kenneth E. Enney Jr. will serve as a trustee for two years. – The Paso Robles Joint Unified School District Board of Trustees met for most of the day Tuesday to interview and then select a replacement to serve the balance of the term of Chris Bausch, who resigned on Aug. 26, to join the Paso Robles City Council. Seven applicants, including Peter J. Byrne, Kenneth E. Enney, Jr., Dale Irving Gustin, Randall V. Jordan, Matthew McClish, Sheila Kaye Page, and Kenneth Parish completed the required paperwork and met all qualifications for consideration.

Fall First Friday Concert Series kicks off this week

Concerts will be held downtown Atascadero in the months of October and November. – The City of Atascadero will kick off the new 2022 Fall First Fridays Concert Series, to be held on the First Friday of the month in October and November, starting this Friday. The first concert will kick off this Friday from 5 to 7 p.m. at The Plaza next to La Plaza and across from Sunken Gardens in Downtown Atascadero with the Club Dv8 Band.