Events List: Mid-State Fair in Full Swing

The Mid-State Fair is in full swing, opening to the public on Wednesday in Paso Robles. The event runs through Sunday, July 28. Here’s a look at upcoming performances and events at the fair: Monday, Jul 22nd 9:00a Open Horse Show Hearst Equestrian Center Dairy Goat Show Livestock Pavilion 12:00p […]

Cayucos, Cambria among Sunset’s Top 14 Unsung Beach Towns

Both Cayucos and Cambria were listed on Sunset Magazine’s list of Top 14 Unsung Beach Towns in its July edition. Sunset called Cayucos “miraculously immune to over-development”with “great wines to the east and white sandy beaches to the west.” Cambria was recognized for its miles of coastline, specifically, Moonstone Beach. […]

Central Coast Renaissance Festival Underway at Laguna Lake

The  runs through the weekend at Laguna Lake in San Luis Obispo. Parking for the event is located at Madonna Meadows at Madonna In. Over 500 participants are expected for the event and good weather is expected. Here’s a video previewing the event: Here’s a list of events for the […]

Business involvement needed in Measure Y committee

San Luis Obispo officials are putting together a volunteer committee to seek input on the renewal of the city’s half-cent sales tax, and it’s critical that a strong local business perspective and thorough understanding of the community be engaged throughout the process. The Local Revenue Measure Advisory Committee will study […]

Triad Real Estate & Investment Group awarded UC Santa Barbara contract

Triad Real Estate & Investment Group Principals Rodessa Newton and Victoria Relva announced the University of California, Santa Barbara has awarded the contract for “Real Estate Brokerage Services For The Ocean Walk Housing Project” to the Triad group. UCSB Housing Authority Executive Director, Rose Peterson stated “We are very excited […]

Lee Johnson to lead City’s economic development

After conducting a national search, the City of San Luis Obispo has selected its next economic development manager. Lee Johnson, who most recently served as the president/CEO of Mainstream Energy, comes to the job with 25 years of diverse local and international business experience. Johnson, who will begin the role […]

City Council to form Measure Y committee

Last night the SLO City Council agreed, in a 4-1 vote  (Carpenter dissenting), to establish a Local Revenue Measure Advisory Committee – tasked with recommending alternatives to the Council for the reauthorization of Measure Y, the city’s half-cent sales tax – and to spend $30,000 to hire a consultant to […]

Family Care Network’s new digs

After a decade in their current South Higuera Street home, The Family Care Network is set to move into a new facility on October 17. With an additional 10,000 square feet than its current building, the new 27,000 square foot, two-story building at 1255 Kendall Road, across Highway 227 from […]

SLO goes first-class

US Airways announced today that it will be the first airline in SLO County to offer first-class seating on select flights in and out of the San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport. The new service will be offered on the US Airways dual-class jet and will have nine first-class seats […]