The long-awaited Hearst Castle State Park Visitor Center solar project is set to break ground Tuesday. When it's completed, it will provide 100 percent of the electrical power for the facility, a first in California State Parks history.
SLO County's "move up and cover" program won't require Cambria ambulances to go farther south than Villa Creek at night; also, work is to begin soon on remodeling the first floor of the Cambria Medical Building.
Cambria letter-writers give kudos for Reading 2 Rover program, criticize coverage of town hall meeting, comment on San Simeon master plan, and question the validity of an upcoming fire tax vote June 5, 2018.
North Coast donors can give blood locally from 1 to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 25, 2018, at the Cambria Veterans Memorial Building, 1000 Main St. Donors give at the “bloodmobile” van in the parking lot.
The Cambria Reds are no longer a Little League baseball team. Instead, the youth baseball program will compete in Coach-Pitch, a version of the sport that features a pitching machine and no scorekeeping.
Coast Union High School's baseball and softball teams rebounded from tough nonleague seasons to win their first two outings in Coast Valley League play, beating Valley Christian Academy and Shandon by lopsided scores.
Coast Union math teacher Andrew Crosby has two new assignments, taking over as athletic director and head football coach following the retirement of Ron Garcia, who served in both those roles this year.
Coast Unified's monthly board meeting drew more than 100 people, most of them upset over teacher reassignments that affect the district's English language development, art and technology departments, among others.
A local group seeking permission to build a swimming pool complex on the Coast Union High School campus is nearing approval of nonprofit status and wants a letter of support for the project from the school district.
Cal Poly SLO should not award a degree to Kyler Watkins, the student in the blackface photo, until he proves he understands the history of black oppression in America, writes Paso Robles, CA, columnist Phil Dirkx.
The definition of "sustainable" has furthered divisions among Cambria residents over community services district water policy. Sometimes, there's more to a word than meets the eye. This is just such a case.
Harmony, a former dairying hub, is about 6 miles south of Cambria, parallel to and barely east of Highway 1. The 2.5-acre town was defined in a 1997 article in the Los Angeles Times as being “not much bigger than a typical strip mall," but it has