Why Bruce Daniels of the Soquel Creek Water District board is on a mission
As city adds late-night public bathrooms, activists see room for improvement
Golden State moves to FM station after getting KNBR’s
A prominent Silicon Valley young professional gets priced out of Palo Alto and moves over the hill
Arguments are in, and the deadline for rebuttals is Friday, Aug. 26
The statewide commission throws out Santa Cruz councilmember as it strikes down her overnight RV ban
A message Stephen Baxter left while reporting an update on the Maddy Middleton tragedy made the rounds on social media
This week in briefs, a troubled radio station nears its end, and the city takes time capsule ideas
Officers in Capitola already have them—Watsonville and Scotts Valley are next
Organizers move Big Sur rock concert, as the Soberanes Fire nears the Henry Miller Library
Sailing Charters hopes to launch a new sailboat with a need for speed
A radio station signs off, and a mosquito threat grows
While Clinton takes flak for her server, government email rules are unclear even here in Santa Cruz
New study finds one-in-five California State University students goes hungry
While the front office watches Summer League, the city looks at the future arena
Low oil prices put a squeeze on biodiesel for Green Station on Ocean Street
Santa Cruz mobile food vendors ask city to loosen rules
Just how restrictive are the city’s downtown ordinances, really?
An initiative in Little Basin to cut back on food waste in campgrounds
Environmentalists worry about turnout this year
Six vie for at least two openings as race kicks off
County launches efforts to end status as destination for illegal fireworks shows
Transportation proposal clears hurdles and wins coveted endorsement
What the passage of Measure S in Santa Cruz County says about how to run a campaign
Should local governments take their message straight to the people?
Unique agreement ensures stewardship, cultural sensitivity
Bernie Sanders speaks as California Primary nears
New Pacific Avenue Ordinance to Regulate Street Vendors
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?