Articles Tagged With ‘Freedom of Assembly’

A home for the homeless

OPINION By BECKY JORGESON We are pleased to announce that a board of directors has been appointed for our soon-to-be nonprofit public benefit corporation “Hope’s Village of SLO.” The board is comprised of local homeless advocates who are working to... (Continue reading)

Why local media opposes SOPA, and why you should care

OPINION By BILL MACFADYEN When I first heard talk of SOPA, of course I thought of Mexican food. But the more I’ve learned about the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) working its way through Congress, the more of a bad... (Continue reading)

Occupy SLO withdraws support for courthouse lawn occupation

Occupy San Luis Obispo has withdrawn support for the campground style occupation of the San Luis Obispo Superior Courthouse lawn on Monterey Street, and a former member of the organization has allegedly called the police to request a breakup of... (Continue reading)

Defending our right to speak

OPINION By ROGER FREBERG When I first set about to write this article, I was reminded about the many situations in which our free expression of ideas can land us in hot water. Exercising your free speech is not without... (Continue reading)

Protesters battle against Arroyo Grande development

Protesters holding signs lined up along Grand Avenue in Arroyo Grande to protest the proposed Courtland Place Development on Thursday evening. The development is slated to be built on a four-acre parcel on the corner of Courtland Avenue and East... (Continue reading)

Education rally planned for Wednesday in Paso

A public rally to call attention to California’s broken education funding process is set for Wednesday May 19 in Paso Robles. The event is part of a statewide series of rallies being organized Wednesday by the newly-formed California Advocates United... (Continue reading)

BULLETIN: Paso cops clip “No-Cruise Night”

By DANIEL BLACKBURN Paso Robles police officials are trying to corral the “First Annual No-Cruise Night” even as the spontaneous resurrection of a 30-year Memorial Weekend tradition gains steam. Participants want to return to Paso Robles one of the largest custom... (Continue reading)

Coming soon to your SLO town: The Minutemen

She feels both a sense of excitement and apprehension about introducing into the San Luis Obispo County culture the newly-formed Central Coast Minuteman Civil Defense Corps.... (Continue reading)