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North County winery to build a B&B out of recycled shipping containers

Cass Vineyard & Winery in rural Paso Robles expects to soon break ground on a bed and breakfast that will consist of eight suites built with recycled steel shipping containers. [Cal Coast News] The North County winery is creating the... (Continue reading)

Controversial Morro Bay property may become mixed-use hotel project

An Embarcadero property in which former Morro Bay councilman and local restaurant owner George Leage had been living may become a mixed-use hotel project. [Cal Coast Times] The League family’s sushi restaurant Off the Hook at 833 Embarcadero Road is... (Continue reading)

Hearst Castle’s Neptune Pool filling with water

The iconic 345,000-gallon Neptune Pool at Hearst Castle is getting filled with water again after sitting empty for the better part of five years because of leaks and the California drought. [Cal Coast Times] Several years ago, workers determined the... (Continue reading)

Did Death Valley set the world’s record for hottest month?

Death Valley has tentatively set the world record for the hottest month ever, breaking its own mark from a year ago. [Cal Coast Times] In July, Death Valley recorded an average temperature of 108.1 degrees. That eclipsed the previous record... (Continue reading)

SLO continues to ignore architectural guidelines

OPINION by ALLAN COPPER On Jan. 3, the San Luis Obispo City Council voted 3-2 to deny an appeal of a four-story motel project proposed to be located at 1042 Olive Street. This project is an architectural misfit in height,... (Continue reading)

Grover Beach may help developer fund hotel project

By JOSH FRIEDMAN As a reward for potentially generating millions of dollars in tax revenue for the city, Grover Beach may financially assist a developer that plans to build a hotel on a site with no water and sewer connections.... (Continue reading)

Elderly man drowns in Avila Beach hotel pool

An 88-year-old man was pronounced dead Tuesday afternoon shortly after he was found at the bottom of a hotel pool in Avila Beach. [KSBY] At 1:22 p.m., Cal Fire responded a call about a possible drowning at the San Luis... (Continue reading)

Man robs Pismo Beach hotel and gets away

A man wearing a white surgical mask and a black or dark-colored hoodie robbed the Spyglass Inn in Pismo Beach Thursday night. Officers responded to the scene and searched for the robber but did not find the suspect. [KSBY] Around... (Continue reading)

German and Australian tourists collide on Highway 1

Two white Jeep SUVs — one carrying four German tourists and one carrying an Australian couple — collided on Highway 1 at the south end of San Simeon Wednesday afternoon. All four Germans went to the hospital on what was... (Continue reading)

SLO County renews lodging tax

A 2 percent tax on hotel stays along much of San Luis Obispo County’s coastline will remain in place for at least one more year and likely much longer. The tax is also collected at motels, vacation rentals and bed-and-breakfasts.... (Continue reading)



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