Unproven remedies have appealed to people in low-income immigrant communities in places where COVID-19 rates have been high but access to health...
The state’s large tourism industry is hoping for a major comeback. Chief among the cheerleaders, of course, has been Gov. Gavin Newsom.
As California set to return to “business as usual,” local residents were all over the map as far as how they said...
After a year of ups and downs, things are looking good for wineries in the Pajaro Valley, according to two long-standing wineries
Anonymous questionnaire showed that 20% of middle and high school students said they felt discriminated against on campus for various reasons.
The city is expected to resume negotiations with the PVA Council after no affordable housing developers showed serious interest.
Residents and farmers have been doing their part to support PVWMA in conserving and recycling water and strengthening the region’s recharge basins
Many in attendance at the city council meeting said plans do little to address calls for more parks funding and cuts to...
Thank you so much for keeping up the public interest in the Keep On Truckin’ tour of Tandy Beal & Co. I...
Re: “Scotts Valley Town Center May Need More Homes to Succeed” (goodtimes.sc, 6/11): How did, “civic leaders want to manifest into something...
Asserting the importance of Black history in Santa Cruz
Flag-raising rule-changes are being evaluated in civic circles across the region—in some cases for the first time ever.
Officials raise concerns about slowing vaccination rates
Policymakers are divided over how much taxpayer money to keep spending.
The Santa Cruz County RTC expands an incentive-based and environmentally conscious commuting program.
Santa Cruz County’s top fire official on Tuesday warned that, because of a lackluster rainy season, the ongoing drought and low reservoirs,...
Pajaro Valley Unified School District Trustees who miss meetings without providing notice will lose their monthly stipend under a set of new...
Urban planner calls the project "a mixed-use center that has some retail."
A proposed seven-year extension of the Tourism Marketing District (TMD) hit a pothole when Scotts Valley City Councilman Randy Johnson raised questions.
Bill set to expire June 30; State budget deadline looms
On Sunday Pajaro Valley Pride will hold its first in-person fundraiser since the start of the pandemic.
The Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a plan
New regulations shut down the season weeks early
How comedy can help us with our lifestyle choices
A letter to the editor of Good Times
With the Fourth of July looming and wildfire risk high, what can be done?
Shebreh Kalantari-Johnson will run to replace County Supervisor Ryan Coonerty
Committee to Recall Georgia Acosta begins gathering signatures
Participants experienced compression of time perception