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The Santa Cruz Municipal Wharf was constructed in 1914. [Read More]
Evander Kane: "I love the game of Hockey and would never do any of what was alleged." [Read More]
The whitewashed lumber-built house of Isaac Graham stood out against the forest backdrop, a modest yet impressive structure in the Santa Cruz Mountains. [Read More]
Highland Firewise has hired 400 goats to clear dried brush from the 6-acre Evergreen Cemetery Ravine near Harvey West Park in Santa Cruz. [Read More]
Cabrillo College has commissioned the painting of a Latinx-inspired mural on its Aptos campus by local artist and Cabrillo graduate Francisco Alonso. [Read More]
Taking advantage of the misfortune for points leader Justin Sanders, Fresno's Dominic Scelzi won his second Ocean Sprints feature on Friday night at Ocean Speedway. [Read More]
Daily reports of fires, intense rains and heat waves make it clear that projected hazards of climate models are coming true. [Read More]
During World War II the intersection of Cliff Drive, Wharf Road and Stockton Avenue was a much quieter spot. [Read More]
Almost any new project in Santa Cruz become controversial almost the day it is proposed. You are often either for it or against it, and... [Read More]
By Mark Primack Mr. Primack, There are places in the world that desire high rise construction and unlimited growth. I suggest YOU pack up and... [Read More]
As we start the month of August, I want to reflect on the important contribution our parks and open spaces and recreation programs mean to... [Read More]
By Andy Schiffrin There is near universal agreement that California is suffering from a severe affordable housing crisis. The cost of housing, particularly in more... [Read More]
Annie Sakamoto from Santa Cruz Crossfit Central was crowned champion of the 45-49 age group at the CrossFit Games in Madison, Wisconsin, on Thursday. [Read More]
By Stephen Kessler So far, it's been a pleasantly cool summer, coastal fog reliably tempering the heat that's baking everything over the hill. Our mild... [Read More]
Uh oh. He's got issues. For Gov. Gavin Newsom, with a recall election quickly approaching, here are three that could move what seemed an absurdity... [Read More]
With COVID-19 cases once again on the rise and a fully in-person school year around the corner, it's essential we act now to ensure all... [Read More]
A cow grazes in a field near UC Santa Cruz. [Read More]
The spread of the coronavirus Delta variant forced the Santa Cruz Police Department to postpone the Movie Night & Family Fun event previously scheduled for... [Read More]
A countywide temporary art installation designed to highlight the area's natural scenic views and local artists hit a snag this week when a piece of... [Read More]
A federal judge this week dissolved a lawsuit against the City of Santa Cruz, first filed after it announced plans in December to disband a... [Read More]
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