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Ribbon cutting ceremony to be held for Park Street Grill

–Park Street Grill has announced the grand re-opening of their restaurant under the new name and will be dedicating new signage with a Ribbon Cutting […]Full Article

Deadline to request vote-by-mail ballots is Oct. 30

Submitted by Tommy Gong, County Clerk-Recorder  –Voters are reminded that requests for a vote-by-mail ballot to be mailed must be received by 5 p.m., Tuesday, […]Full Article

Looking Back: Paderewski buys ranch in 1914

Excerpt from the Paso Robles Leader, Wednesday, Feb 11, 1914. PADEREWSKI BUYS RANCH The Winteroll and Merrit Springs In the Deal. While stopping at the […]Full Article

School board candidate forum held at high school

–Five candidates in the race for the Paso Robles School Board participated in a forum at Paso Robles High School Wednesday. About 50 people attended […]Full Article

Firefighters kick off ‘Fill the Boot Season’ in Paso Robles

–Paso Robles Firefighters Local 4148, Cal Fire/SLO County Firefighters Local 2881, Cambria Firefighters Local 4635, and Templeton Firefighters will volunteer to raise funds for the […]Full Article

Stein’s BBQ Co. opening in downtown Paso Robles

–Brian and Nancy Stein and family are opening a new restaurant in downtown Paso Robles. Stein’s BBQ Company, located at 1240 Park Street, will open […]Full Article

City Council Poll: Who are you voting for?

Loading… Poll results will be published Thursday, Oct. 25, 2018. More information on the candidates For Paso Robles City Council four candidates, including one incumbent, […]Full Article

Templeton Area Advisory Group expresses discomfort in cannabis grow buffer distances

–At a regular meeting of the Templeton Area Advisory Group held Oct. 18, the TAAG board considered several aspects of the current provisions of the […]Full Article

City taking preemptive measures for anticipated rainfall

–Rainfall amounts from anticipated winter storms could be significant, which may potentially cause local flooding. City Staff has taken preemptive measures to mitigate and/or reduce […]Full Article

Canvaser harassed, allegedly assaulted in Paso Robles

Recently, while canvassing neighborhoods in Paso Robles for the Justin Fareed for Congress campaign, a young college student named Isaac Schick was physically assaulted, chased […]Full Article