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Council unanimously approves grant application to build 36-bed homeless shelter

Highlights from the Paso Robles City Council meeting March 19 –”A hand-up, not a hand out.” That’s how Councilman John Hamon described the proposal to […]Full Article

29 displaced after Paso Robles apartment fire

–On Tuesday March 19, 2019 at approximately 1245 PM the Paso Robles Department of Emergency Services responded to a report of an apartment building on […]Full Article

Installation volunteers wanted for Sensorio, tickets offered in exchange

—This May, Sensorio, an immersive new destination located in Paso Robles, California, will open its first phase with an enormous, illuminated art installation by internationally […]Full Article

Still exhibit registration for the Mid-State Fair now open

–The Still Exhibit Competition Handbooks for the Mid-State Fair are now available online. Still exhibits include departments like: Fine Arts, Flowers, Farm Art, Home Arts, […]Full Article

Paso Robles receives another half inch of rain

–Paso Robles measured 0.54-inches of rain this morning, bringing the season total to 19.21-inches. The measurements are taken at 7 a.m. for the preceding 24-hours […]Full Article

Anthony Overton named Paso Robles High School Principal

From The Vine issue 116 –Anthony Overton was named the Paso Robles High School Principal. Anthony has been with PRJUSD for the last nine years […]Full Article

113 PRHS students headed to Skills USA State Competition

From The Vine issue 116 –Paso Robles High School (PRHS), with 40 other schools in the Central Coast and Central Valley completed the 2019 Region […]Full Article

City installing pedestrian crossing zones on 13th St.

–Now that the rain has let up, roadwork begins in earnest on 13th Street at Pine and Park in downtown Paso Robles. The city is […]Full Article

Update: Woman who accused police officer of rape sues the city for damages

–The woman who accused former Paso Robles police sergeant Christopher McGuire of rape has filed a claim for damages against the City of Paso Robles, […]Full Article

Paso Robles School Board approves budget cuts, but are they enough?

–At their meeting last night at the district office, the Paso Robles School Board approved certification of the second interim Financial Report. Chief Business Officer […]Full Article