Articles Tagged With ‘Bankruptcy’




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Arroyo Grande furniture business closing as customers await orders

An Arroyo Grande furniture business that has come under fire for not delivering beds and couches that customers purchased is preparing to close for good. The business may close without refunding customers whose orders were... (Continue reading)

AG City officials tussle in escalating fight over grocery store

  By KAREN VELIE While the former space of Arroyo Grande’s only full-service grocery store remains empty, city officials are tussling over what should be done. In late October, as part of a bankruptcy, Haggen... (Continue reading)

Tribune Co. loses out on California newspaper sale

Following interference from the United States Department of Justice, the Tribune Publishing Company has lost its opportunity to corner the Southern California newspaper market. A competing publisher is now set to purchase a Southern California... (Continue reading)

Sports Authority closing SLO store

By JOHN LINDT The Sports Authority chain filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Monday after missing a $20 million interest payment earlier this year. The sporting goods retailer plans to close 140 of its 463 store... (Continue reading)

Spencer’s Fresh Markets top bidder on AG Haggen location

By KAREN VELIE Spencer’s Fresh Markets was the top bidder in a bankruptcy auction for the Arroyo Grande Haggen’s location, according to court documents. In total, 17 locations including the Arroyo Grande site were pulled... (Continue reading)

Bidders vying for Central Coast Haggen locations

By John Lindt, publisher of Sierra2theSea Central Coast Haggen grocery stores are among those locations being auctioned off this week in Los Angeles through the bankruptcy court. Last year, Haggen grew to 164 locations after... (Continue reading)

Los Osos retail space tied up in bankruptcy

By John Lindt, publisher of Sierra2theSea Los Osos shopping center manager Clayton Gambril said the Haggen space on Los Osos Valley Road is tied up in the bankruptcy proceedings now that the Washington-based chain has... (Continue reading)

Haggen closing its California stores

Grocery chain Haggen announced Thursday plans to close 127 stores in California, Arizona and Nevada. Employees will receive a 60 day notice of pending store and office closures. Haggen plans to continue operating 37 stores... (Continue reading)

Haggen files for bankruptcy

Grocery chain Haggen has filed for bankrupty following a troubled expansion into new locations, including the Central Coast. The Washington-based supermarket chain filed Tuesday for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Chapter 11 bankruptcy would allow the... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly to pay $480,000 to rid Moriarty’s name from scoreboard

Cal Poly has agreed to pay $480,000 to remove Ponzi scheme architect Al Moriarty’s name from the scoreboard of the university’s football stadium. The funds from the settlement will come from the Cal Poly Foundation,... (Continue reading)



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