Covid-19 cases in Santa Cruz County starting to slow
The Watsonville City Council approved a proposed 21-condo development across the street from the Watsonville Municipal Airport that could face litigation from...
A group led by environmentalists express the importance of continuing a measure that protects green space
Delving into the Watsonville policing committee’s recent report reveals concerns
Dr. Gail Newel said the county did not want to distract from ongoing efforts to increase commendable but still unsatisfactory vaccination rates.
Aurelio Gonzalez will take an indefinite leave of absence from his duties because of a family emergency, he confirmed Tuesday.
A group of farmers, environmentalists and community leaders kicked off a campaign to renew Measure U, a landmark Watsonville ballot measure passed...
Approvals come a year after the Watsonville City Council OK’d wholesale changes to its cannabis rules
Hillcrest Estates will have slightly fewer homes than when it first received City Council approval in 2018.
The district has allocated the vast majority of its funds from the $150 million bond measure approved by area voters in 2012.
The Watsonville City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved a biennial budget that will keep Watsonville Police Department’s staffing at current levels
A proposed half-cent sales tax that the city of Santa Cruz says is needed to offset the economic downturn of the last...
The city is expected to resume negotiations with the PVA Council after no affordable housing developers showed serious interest.
Many in attendance at the city council meeting said plans do little to address calls for more parks funding and cuts to...
Officials raise concerns about slowing vaccination rates
With the Fourth of July looming and wildfire risk high, what can be done?
The City Council voted 5-2 in January to raise the flag in front of the city’s civic headquarters.
The new ReStore will replace its location on the west side of Santa Cruz
Two unions cite “serious concerns” about CEO's behavior
When and how in-person meetings will resume still to be determined
A look into attendance among local officials and repercussions for poor records
Roaring Camp hopes to expand use of the rail line to transport goods
Still unclear if state will also update its mask policies
City Council explores changes for food trucks and other mobile vendors
More prevention, less red tape, immediate help for those in need among pandemic lessons
City Council will not be tasked with making any changes to ordinance
Push to reconsider recent split vote was shelved
Scotts Valley will provide aid to about 25 or so qualifying businesses
Plans include mixed-use developments with high-density housing
Unclear what, if anything, resolutions mean for May 6 RTC meeting