Articles Tagged With ‘Arroyo Grande’

Arroyo Grande man arrested after high speed chase

An Arroyo Grande man was arrested after a San Luis Obispo County Sheriff deputy attempted a pull him over for a minor traffic violation and having expired tags on Sunday at 12:22 a.m. Ronald Thomas Harvey, 47, failed to stop... (Continue reading)

No Food 4 Less for Arroyo Grande

Food 4 Less is no longer a proposed tenant for a planned project at East Grand Avenue and South Court Street in Arroyo Grande. [Tribune] Local residents signed petitions opposing the discount grocery store and voiced their opposition to the... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Council may ask developer 4 Less

The Arroyo Grande City Council decided Tuesday night to put plans to bring a Food 4 Less to town on hold. [KSBY] Developer Nick Tompkins wants permission to build a shopping center at the corner of Grand and Courtland that... (Continue reading)

AG city council takes up Foods 4 Less debate

The Arroyo Grande City Council meets Tuesday night to decide whether to allow a giant Food 4 Less grocery store to be built on Grand Avenue–across the street from Spencer’s and just down the block from Von’s. The store, being... (Continue reading)

How Arroyo Grande blew a million dollars

At the same time the Arroyo Grande City Council was looking to reduce the deficit by cutting money from after school programs and law enforcement, the Council voted to pay almost twice the current market value for the empty former... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande criticized for lack of flood control

Over the past thirty years, the City of Arroyo Grande has failed to protect homes and the Arroyo Grande Creek from flooding and erosion problems that the city has been paid by developers to correct. Currently, the city and a developer... (Continue reading)

Black bear sighted in Arroyo Grande

A black bear was spotted on Sunday morning in a man’s backyard on Palm Court in Arroyo Grande. [KSBY] At about 5:30 a.m., a man checking on a barking dog came face to face with what appeared to be a... (Continue reading)

Ed Arnold waives preliminary hearing

Former Arroyo Grande city councilman Ed Arnold, facing multiple criminal charges involving domestic violence and assault, waived his right to a preliminary hearing Tuesday, clearing the way for a criminal trial. [Tribune] Arnold, 45, faces five charges, including domestic violence... (Continue reading)

Builders of Arroyo Grande hotel stiffed

After a foreclosure and a bank failure the contractors who built the Hampton Inn in Arroyo Grande have been told they will not be paid for their services. [KCOY] More than 20 contractors, sub-contractors and vendors provided labor and materials... (Continue reading)

Summer Concert in Arroyo Grande, event photos

Music, roses and a blue and white bandstand set the tone for a Sunday afternoon as old-fashioned and summery as a glass of homemade lemonade. Bordered by blocks of vintage homes and white picket fences, fragrant with lavender and fresh-mown... (Continue reading)