Lompico Water District’s fate to be determined by bond vote
When Five Branches University opened in 1984, traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) was a mysterious practice to Western cultures.
Santa Cruz County officials and medical cannabis advocates struggle to find a middle ground in the county’s cannabis cultivation laws
Organizations join forces to bring public art to the Tannery and San Lorenzo River
Activist’s Warming Center Program sees success after year of efforts
Hackathon expands as organizers strive for diversity in world of tech
Heavy rains promise a bountiful mushroom fair this year
Committee looks for innovative water solutions that could make Santa Cruz a model for other communities
Get off on the good foot for 2015 with our guide to New Year’s Eve events
Incoming District 3 Supe Ryan Coonerty on North County’s future
Experts weigh flood concerns with coho salmon and steelhead habitat
New report finds both positive and negative social and economic trends in the county
How the culture of philanthropy and volunteerism in Santa Cruz County is changing as millennials get involved
Project 180 ups ambitious goals to house homeless
The city of Scotts Valley inches closer to a new market in their Town Center project
Mark Stone wins re-election to the California State Assembly
Public Works wants more money for local roads
GT’s guide to this year’s local candidates and measures
A look at five proposals for the future of Santa Cruz water
Concerned locals take on regional power goliath’s plan for large-scale utility pole construction.
25 years later, the infamous earthquake that shook Santa Cruz County to its core
Spoiler alert: Santa Cruz isn’t really the ‘third most dangerous city’ in the state
Community leaders in science and technology unite to form web-based networking program
Tucked away in the lofty hills of Bonny Doon, inside the office of the Santa Cruz Comic News, Thom Zajac and the...
Are illegal creek and river diversions drying up the county’s North Coast waterways?
With a new wave of startups, the future of Santa Cruz tech looks more promising than ever
Volunteer tire removal project gets shut down early by property owner
The RTC studies passenger rail options on a line from Davenport to Watsonville
Four more candidates enter the 2014 Santa Cruz City Council race
One man spins his wheels trying to bring an unsuccessful transportation program to light