29-year-old nonprofit is eager to move into new Pogonip site after clearing environmental hurtles
Santa Cruz County nonprofits like Mountains 2 Sea and the Bird School Project use the natural world and team-building to teach students...
Politician returns to the Planet Cruz stage at DNA’s Comedy Lab
The Ross Camp is over, but a vital storage program avoided catastrophe
An architect models how much the city can do with its library and parking plan
Community Power Festival will showcase expanding clean energy options
Plus letters to the editor.
The status of improvements from 2014’s $67 million bond measure
While Santa Cruz’s bike share program thrives, other cities take the sharing economy to next level
Journalism guru returns to UCSC’s Kresge College for a discussion on what ails the media
After hiatus, event at county fairgrounds adds an extra day
Comprehensive homeless report takes a countywide look at reducing suffering
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.
Santa Cruz leads the way on push for local green energy grid
Coastal Commission calls for sand mining shutdown
Dominican’s new Digital Breast Tomosynthesis machine helps screen women for breast cancer
Bay Area lawmaker pushes for daylight savings to go dark
Women entrepreneurs ready for discussion in county known for female-led businesses
Even with Section 8 vouchers, Santa Cruz’s poor struggle to secure housing
City Council votes to censure Posner, send formal letter
Black Lives Matter organizer Alicia Garza speaks at the Civic Auditorium.
Bus system will slash $6.5 million worth of bus routes