Co-owner Brayden Estby on inspiration and how he named his café
Donna Lind reflects on 50 years with the city
With policymaker blessing, housing advocates have three months to sell bond measure
Mid-county district’s recycled water EIR is out, as regional talks continue
Boulder Creek man makes case for an international boycott of Amazon
Community Bridges’ Ray Cancino questions pensions and tax on visitor lodging
A crowded Santa Cruz race shows no sign of thinning.
Environmental group says transit agency is undermining public process
One of three local cities putting transient occupancy tax measures on November ballot
Boardwalks's Twisselman family takes good ingredients seriously at its four concession stands
Preaching equity, Santa Cruz Community Ventures pitches impact investments and worker-owned businesses
Santa Cruz Grand Jury follows up on reports from two years ago
Inclusionary zoning heats up as a potential campaign issue once more
Popular council member’s announcement opens up questions about Santa Cruz city government
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