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The city had a former contract with JUMP Bikes, which started in 2018. The partnership ended shortly after the start of the pandemic. [Read More]
The annual Black Graduate Celebration kicked off for the 22nd time at Santa Cruz City Hall. For the past 21 years, the event celebrated the... [Read More]
The Neighbors, which is more than just a gay bar, as its Instagram account states. The pub and café will serve as an inclusive space... [Read More]
Industry figures were still down from 2019, according to Glynn. Visit Santa Cruz County has yet to finalize numbers for May, but still expect a... [Read More]
Power grids tend to be at a higher risk during heatwaves for due to stress on transformers, which distributes power to individual buildings. [Read More]
The highly anticipated reopening of California came Tuesday and businesses throughout Santa Cruz are adjusting to commerce in a post-pandemic world after more than a... [Read More]
The proposal was originally waiting for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to give the vaccines full approval before going into effect itself. That is... [Read More]
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