Grace Harbor Women's Center provides beds for women struggling with addiction and other issues
Entitled “Unity,” Francisco Alonso created the mural with fellow artist Jeronimo Sanchez
Watsonville Film Festival teams up with prestigious Bay Area organizations
Community members gathered at Watsonville Transit Center to celebrate the unveiling of a fleet of electric buses
Both consumers and suppliers hurt by the rising price of meat
Career-focused Watsonville school wins national award
Charlie Hong Kong treats local farmworkers to lunch
Santa Cruz is the first California city to remove all bells from public property
For more than 20 years, Watsonville-based organization Wild Farm Alliance (WFA) has aimed to find a sustainable balance between conservation and agriculture.
Author Olga Rosales Salinas remembers clearly the folklore and myths she heard growing up in Watsonville.
SCCAS long-awaited renovation includes the addition of a “community cat room”
Mural part of ongoing efforts to promote diversity and celebrate status as Hispanic Serving Institution.
Organizers ask attendees to stay safe at one-day event
Oral health care clinic serves variety of patients of all ages.
As the effects of Covid-19 wane, strawberries have bounced back, and are now more popular than ever.
Pajaro Valley Arts’ annual “Sculpture Is” exhibit returns for the 15th year.
North County property moves a step closer to opening to the public.
City Council approved a resolution to move up its goal of reaching net-negative carbon emissions from 2045 to 2030.
After past controversy with electric bikes, is there a better solution?
Too much exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays can cause everything from premature wrinkles to life-threatening skin cancer.
Firefighters from Boulder Creek, Felton, Zayante and Ben Lomond received quilts donated through the Pajaro Valley Quilt Association and local quilters.
The concerts are part of the city’s Welcome Back Watsonville Summer Event Series.
Open house included workshop on emergency wildfire preparedness.
After nearly two years of being closed to the public, Castro Adobe State Historic Park will once again invite people to come...
The theater company is returning after a year of shutdowns due to Covid-19 with a series of live performances in July.
“Poke for a Pint” is located at the East Lake Village Shopping Center, in front of Coffeeville and Fruition Brewing.
The El Pájaro CDC has launched a Regional Women’s Business Center in Watsonville, with plans to serve the counties of Santa Cruz,...
After a year of ups and downs, things are looking good for wineries in the Pajaro Valley, according to two long-standing wineries
Residents and farmers have been doing their part to support PVWMA in conserving and recycling water and strengthening the region’s recharge basins
Pajaro Valley Arts is displaying the work of four local artists in “Pencas del Coraźon,” an exhibit that opened Wednesday and will...