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Transitional kindergarten and kindergarten students began the return to on-campus learning on Wednesday, and the return to campus for middle and high schools is on... [Read More]
On Tuesday, Sutter Health made headlines throughout the state due to the notice to 90,000 patients with second dose vaccination appointments through March 9 that... [Read More]
Scotts Valley Unified School District welcomed its youngest students back to campus on Wednesday. [Read More]
Superior Court of Santa Cruz County staff is recruiting a new cohort of civil grand jurors, to investigate regional issues, local government agencies and examine... [Read More]
Olympic star Simone Manuel, who trains at Stanford, is returning to competition after almost a year after the COVID-19 pandemic shut down many swim meets. [Read More]
The Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's assistance in providing information related to a suspected arsonist. [Read More]
The 5-foot-8 outside hitter made an unofficial visit to the school over the summer and fell in love with the campus. Anderson likely had her... [Read More]
Jewel Theatre Company's latest creation, an 80-minute streaming production of "Women on Fire" by Irene O'Garden, is a series of 12 short vignettes. [Read More]
More than five days after a physical assault, a 33-year-old homeless man remained in critical condition at an out-of-county trauma center Monday. [Read More]
The Watsonville man accused of killing a 30-year-old acquaintance by accidentally shooting him in the back, pleaded no contest to an involuntary manslaughter charge Wednesday... [Read More]
Santa Cruz METRO announced spring services changes to support essential travel. The changes take effect Thursday, according to an email from the district. [Read More]
The Friends of Watsonville Park and Community Services and the City of Watsonville are accepting nominations for their 19th Annual Cesar Chavez Community Awards. [Read More]
For many reasons, I'm always glad when I can bid February goodbye and welcome the march toward spring. March is also National Nutrition Month when... [Read More]
Yes, most all humans are growing weary of wearing masks, social distancing, washing hands continuously, and having groceries delivered. However, the alternative, over 500,000 Americans... [Read More]
Senate Bill 467 (End Fracking and Harmful Drilling Act) is a California bill, which includes a ban of hazardous oil/gas extraction practices near homes, schools,... [Read More]
Kudos to neighbors of Belvedere Terrace and the Sentinel for the article on using a cherry-picker to show height impact of the massive 5-story 831... [Read More]
In their Guest Commentary, Shebreh Kalantari-Johnson and Sonja Brunner just don't get it. Supporting "health and well-being" while attacking the vulnerable is heartless and cruel.... [Read More]
By Rick Longinotti City of Santa Cruz staff are asking Caltrans to find a way to remove homeless persons who are camped on Caltrans property... [Read More]
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"We are getting a lot of messages from community that Santa Cruz is fed up with anti-maskers," the department wrote in a Facebook post. "We... [Read More]
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