Pine Street Promenade 9.28.2017

The Pine Street Promenade is still in the planning stages, but the development is getting smaller. Initially, development plans for the old Hayward Lumber site called for 190 thousand square feet project. Those plans shrinking to a 105 thousand square foot development featuring a 151-room hotel, retail spaces, conference rooms, and restaurant with banquet room.…

Creston Road 9.28.2017

A good turn out for last night’s workshop on Creston road improvements. Mayor Steve martin says it’s one in a series of workshops to get Paso Roblans take on how to improve Creston road. Plans include stretches of the west end of Creston road being five lanes to a two-lane roundabout at rolling hills road.…

Hiner Group 9.27.2017

With all the history in the north county, you’d think people would find artifacts around here. Well, the Hiner Group has. Dale Hiner tells KPRL, they’re going to show off some of those artifacts at the public library tomorrow evening. Dale Hiner is a retired police detective with the Paso Robles police department. The historic…

Brush Fire in Paso 9.27.2017

A brush fire burned about 40 acres east of Paso Robles last night. The fire broke out near Geneseo road about 4:45 yesterday afternoon. The fire was about 20 acres when two Cal Fire engines arrived. The blaze doubled in size inside an hour, but by 7:00, crews stopped its progress. Crews spent several hours…

In Sports 9.26.2017

The Templeton Eagles volleyball team hosts Nipomo this evening at the newly repaired gym. This is only the second home game of the season for Templeton, played at the high school. The Eagles are 13-4 for the season. They’re ranked #1 in CIF. Freshmen play at four. JV at 5 and Varsity at 6:00 this…

Prison Riot At CMC 9.26.2017

CMC prison officials continue to interview hundreds of inmates to ascertain what caused the riot Sunday which left one inmate dead. The prison riot broke out Sunday at the California Men’s Colony. About 160 inmates were involved in the riot. No prison workers were injured. Prison guards fired rubber bullets and pepper spray to discourage…

San Luis Obispo 9.26.2017

It’s a sign of the times for many municipalities. The city of San Luis Obispo facing a financial crisis because of rising pension costs. The city is looking at a projected budget gap that is expected to reach nine million dollars in three years because of increasing pension costs. City leaders looking at cutting $7.5…