The Found Art Collective celebrated its grand opening on Sept. 16, and the community turned out to welcome the funky new addition...
The extensive slough system that runs through the heart of the Pajaro Valley has become a cornerstone for local recreation, wildlife viewing,...
Two relative newcomers to Watsonville politics will face off for the vacant District 2 seat in a special election slated for Dec....
The city of Santa Cruz is considering a switch to district elections to ensure its population is represented fairly
Over the past several months, many SLVUSD educators have been investigated for allegations of sexual abuse
Fresh from beating back a recall, the governor signed a package of bills to address the California housing crisis
Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine has been shown to be safe and effective in children ages 5 to 11 years old
Surfers paddled over to the car as it quickly sank with a mother and her two kids inside
The new rule applies to permitted structures that existed previously on the properties
Ordinance prohibits discriminatory reports to law enforcement; allows victims to seek financial compensation
San Lorenzo Valley Unified School District agreed to accept high school social studies teacher Eric Kahl’s resignation
Grace Harbor Women's Center provides beds for women struggling with addiction and other issues
The moratorium stemmed from concerns about potential conflicts between residential parcels and commercial cannabis crops
The National Council of Native American Churches worries decriminalizing peyote will diminish supplies of the hallucinogenic cactus
If all goes according to plan, Watsonville’s Ramsay Park will become a much-needed community space
Entitled “Unity,” Francisco Alonso created the mural with fellow artist Jeronimo Sanchez
Mental health workers will also be sent to Watsonville and Aptos high school campuses
The community fears dangerous sex offender Michael Cheek could strike again once released
The city’s RV parking concerns is a symptom of larger issues: homlessness and poverty in Santa Cruz
California wildfires have burned more than 2 million acres, displaced thousands and pushed responders to exhaustion
Enormous government relief effort helped offset the worst economic contraction since the Great Depression
Nearly $10 billion in student loan debt has been wiped away since President Joe Biden took office
Pajaro Valley Unified School District Board of Trustees will consider restoring its School Resource Officer program
The Monterey Bay Birding Festival, centered in Watsonville, had grown into a keystone birding event for bird lovers locally and worldwide
President Biden pushes two-thirds of U.S. workers to be vaccinated against the coronavirus
20 years after 9/11, people across the U.S. continue to pay tribute
Covid-19 cases in Santa Cruz County starting to slow
Vice President Kamala Harris warned California voters that the values they hold dear were under dire threat
Scotts Valley City Council recently approved a housing project dubbed “The Encore at 4104"