There is no denying that 2020 has been a difficult year. Families in our communities have faced health challenges and even the deaths of loved ones … [Read more...] about Holiday Fund: Looking toward future with hope, resilience
One of our biggest hurdles in the Pacifica Tribune’s change of ownership to Coastside News Group has been dealing with subscriptions. It’s also been … [Read more...] about We’re working to make subscriptions seamless
In 2020, the California economy imploded, wildfires burned hundreds of homes sending toxic smoke over our cities, and a novel virus infected nearly a … [Read more...] about Second units won’t solve housing crisis
The Oct. 19 public hearing, where an ill-conceived development of eight condominiums on Monterey Road, known as Vista Mar, was approved unanimously by … [Read more...] about Why bother with a Pacifica General Plan?
There are few gifts as precious to many American kids as a Halloween that lands fortuitously on a Saturday. The calendar favored them this year, but … [Read more...] about Halloween is another bust in year of busts
I love this town. Thirty years ago, my wife and I moved here along with our 1-year-old and somehow landed on the front page of the Pacifica Tribune as … [Read more...] about I’m excited about the future of local journalism
Hello, Pacifica! The staff here at the Half Moon Bay Review is excited to be taking on the challenge of getting two newspapers out to its respective … [Read more...] about Won’t you be my neighbor?
My name is Clay Lambert and I’m the editorial director of the Coastside News Group Inc. as well as the editor of your Pacifica Tribune. It’s a thrill … [Read more...] about Welcome to the new Pacifica Tribune
Horace Hinshaw/Horacescope For the past 51 years I have appreciated being connected with the Pacifica Tribune and having the opportunity to … [Read more...] about It’s been a wonderful ride
By Sherman R. Frederick Battle Born Media The last five years went by in a flash. By now you have no doubt read that my company, Battle Born … [Read more...] about Thank you, Pacifica