Articles Tagged With ‘Small Business’




Vandals slash 28 tires at Atascadero car dealership

Workers arrived at an Atascadero car dealership Sunday morning to find a total of 28 tires slashed on 14 vehicles. The car dealership says the suspects have been identified, but it is unclear if Atascadero... (Continue reading)

Fires burn greenhouses in Los Osos, storage facility in Arroyo Grande

Four greenhouses in Los Osos and several storage units in Arroyo Grande burned in fires late Wednesday night and early Thursday morning. The Los Osos fire destroyed the greenhouses, as well as some valuables that... (Continue reading)

SLO County shutting down popular Paso Robles roadside stand

San Luis Obispo County officials delivered an eviction order to a popular roadside produce stand in Paso Robles, angering customers and prompting a petition drive. The family-operated stand has been selling produce, including locally grown... (Continue reading)

Cause of The Sub fire in SLO remains ‘undetermined’

Nearly one year after a fire destroyed a popular San Luis Obispo retail store and head shop, city fire officials still have not assigned a cause to the blaze. The business, though, has posted on... (Continue reading)

Another Paso Robles business gets robbed

For the sixth time in the last three weeks, there was an armed robbery at a North County business. A man robbed a Paso Robles music and clothing store on Wednesday, escaping with cash and... (Continue reading)

Hill accused of threatening a nonprofit

By KAREN VELIE For more than 10 years, a local printer produced fundraising brochures for the Food Bank Coalition of San Luis Obispo County. Then in late 2008, the owner of a printing business said she... (Continue reading)

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)

Customers fed up with Arroyo Grande furniture business

Customers have been waiting a few months or longer to receive beds, couches and other furniture they bought from an Arroyo Grande store. An attorney representing the furniture business says the orders have been held... (Continue reading)

Central Coast company fraud against Veterans Administration

A Santa Maria company paid a $1 million settlement and agreed to close down on May 11 after its owner was accused of falsely claiming the company was a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) in order... (Continue reading)