As soon it was released on the Web on March 25, several hundred people downloaded the FishLine application for their smartphones. That’s a large number,…
There is no longer a legitimate excuse for CalCoastNews to exist.
Politics aside, the Affordable Care Act aka Obamacare is finally expanding health care to those who need it most—SLO County’s chronically homeless and mentally ill homeless.
Rainfall from February 2nd’s storm measured 1.12 inches in Morro Bay, a drop in an empty bucket. In may rain again soon. Two drops.
Santa Paula Councilman Bob Gonzales wants the city to stop its “unethical” arbitration proceedings against Santa Paula Water over chlorides in the city’s water. Stakes are high in citrus country. Who will prevail?
The Morro Bay mayoral recall, which aimed to unseat mayor Jamie Irons immediately after the June elections, failed to collect enough signatures to make it to the ballot.
Judge rules there’s sufficient evidence to support a “favorable judgment” against CCN
The water shortage in Northern San Luis Obispo County requires both short- and long-term strategic thinking and an understanding that there are no simple solutions.
Smearing your enemies (without substantiation) amid this personal debacle serves only your historic agenda, and tells the world that you have priority issues while these three children go dirty and disheveled to school.
Local gossip site CalCoastNews attempted to make the case that their publisher Karen Velie was once again the victim of a conspiracy spearheaded by the Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo.