The Japanese restaurant’s name loosely translates to ‘ocean lover’
Activists and politicians can’t wait to dissect the Unified Corridor Study, but will it just lead to more noise?
Jimmy Dutra looks to be headed for a run-off against County Supervisor Greg Caput in District 4 on November 6. According to...
When Syda Cogliati talks about her experience, she sounds as proud of her educational background as she does her legal credentials. Cogliati—a...
Commission says state and federal rules require to pick new freight operator quickly
Keith McHenry on how he fuels his volunteer-run outfit to feed the homeless
The Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Foundation has some big names and even bigger ideas
Economists hate it, landlords are nervous, but rent control has momentum
With construction on the path ready to go out to bid, critics see signs of trouble
County bets on the middle ground as growers and neighbors prepare for weed regulations
Santa Cruz Together gains momentum, and supporters celebrate milestone
As the RTC finalizes a contract with Progressive Rail, the commission looks to the future and asks about control
When it comes to the rail corridor’s future, can either side be trusted?
Reardon, a sociology professor and former genomic researcher, on ethical questions about race and science
Santa Cruz City Manager says possible tax prevents cuts to parks and recreation and public safety
Phil Lewis and Bill Welch reflect on 25 years of Memorial Day music at Aptos Village Park
Terrazas and Bernal say they’re taking the downtown library to the next level
East Meadow Action Committee says new Family Student Housing would block views
At Co-Op SC’s kickoff event, panel explores where worker-ownership is headed
A new ranking finds Carmel’s rep has a negative net worth
Running for governor, the former L.A. mayor argues that single-payer healthcare would leave Californians worse off
As controversial retail guru Robert Gibbs returns, new group promotes employee-owned businesses
Watsonville city councilmember announces he’s stepping down
Santa Cruz nonprofit pulls in funding from surprising places as MDMA trials move forward
New data sheds light on policy, as petitioners gather signatures for a possible ballot measure
As city debates parking’s future, it’s the Wild West at Trader Joe’s, putting the store in an awkward spot
Second-year Golden State guard requests assignment, but team falls 105-99
County changing environmental review process for weed
A new paper from MBEP outlines policies for affordability
At annual member breakfast, chamber welcomes political expert and introduces new chair