Cajun Asian restaurant opening soon

A new restaurant is slated to open on Dec. 1 in the old Vallarta's Mexican Cantina location at 1761 Monterey St. The eatery, named Crawdaddy's SLO, will offer “Cajun-Asian” style…

SLO makes Top 100 Best Places to Live

San Luis Obispo has just been named one of the Top 100 Best Places to Live by Liveability.com. The inaugural list is the result of collaboration between the Richard Florida’s…

Enrollment growth changes Pacheco school site plans

After a 10-year decline, elementary school enrollment has experienced a 3 percent increase over the past few years, leading the San Luis Coastal Unified School District to reconsider its previous…

Farm Bureau moves, MINDBODY grows

The longtime home of the San Luis Obispo County Farm Bureau at 651 Tank Farm Road is slated for imminent demolition to allow for the planned expansion of the MINDBODY…

Local comings and goings

Thea Chase, managing director of the Cal Poly Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship is in her last week at the HotHouse as she prepares to head east to Colorado where…

Changes on Garden St. and beyond

There has been some movement as of late in the downtown corridor, much of it focused on Garden Street. Construction has started on the soon-to-be Fromagerie Sophie location at 1129-B…

SAVOR continues to draw in visitors

The fourth annual SAVOR the Central Coast, which starts this Thursday and runs through Sunday, is making an impact on the local economy. The event has grown 20 percent each…

Claire Clark to lead Community Foundation

Claire Clark, the city’s former economic development manager, is returning to the private sector as a project consultant. Her first gig: serving as interim executive director of The Community Foundation…

Community support sought for new flight

Work between the business community and the San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport to broaden the direct flight service is heating up. A more focused effort to rally business community…