This week in briefs: Trout Farm Inn burns down, Santa Cruz announces host change
Unique agreement ensures stewardship, cultural sensitivity
Bernie Sanders speaks as California Primary nears
Blue Lagoon’s longtime house band moves away
New Pacific Avenue Ordinance to Regulate Street Vendors
Environmental leader resigns over Highway 1 widening opposition
On Facebook, Take Back Santa Cruz activists at criticize one of their own
Public radio station works to save itself and prepare for a sale at the same time
Revolutionary magnetic helmet shows promise, but science is not all in yet
Mid-County groups assemble for state-mandated solution on depleted groundwater.
Sure, it’s a great place to run a race. But how is Santa Cruz producing so many top runners?
News briefs for the week of May 11, 2016
Psychedelic dinners fund MAPS’ treatment of trauma patients with MDMA
Measure S campaign says new bond would bring libraries into the 21st century
Pediatric cannabis is gaining acceptance, even for mental conditions, but parents may risk losing their kids if they use it.
News briefs for the week of May 4, 2016.
Santa Cruz leads the way on push for local green energy grid
UCSC alum’s video game illuminates world of young, poor African-American men
Downtown Associations backs off on making Pacific Avenue one-way all the way
Five Guys on Pacific Avenue and the rise of “fast-casual”
Pam Randall is wheeling a cart of 350 books into Live Oak’s newly opened Boys & Girls Club. It’s Wednesday, April 13,...
Former mayor Gayle Ortiz looks to the future with Vision Capitola
The missing link in the story of how ‘420’ began
Cousin Al's farewell KPIG broadcast, and a sustainable local church.
One man’s farmworker crusade is making noise, even as critics question his motives
Support network helps spouses heal after partners come out
Coastal Commission calls for sand mining shutdown
Dominican’s new Digital Breast Tomosynthesis machine helps screen women for breast cancer
Operation Surf celebrates five years in Santa Cruz
Resentment grows in Beach Flat community, and community group We Are Aptos file suit against local development plan.