Heated discussions surrounding Scotts Valley’s reunification are fueled by socioeconomic concerns
A letter to the editor of Good Times
University Chancellor Cynthia Larive expects enrollment to double over the next 20 years
Opponents say measure unfairly penalizes homeowners
Palace Art & Office Supply, which was previously set to close, will remain open under new ownership by a local family.
Relentless challenges for teachers, staff and students mar return to in-person learning
Experts agree that education is needed to help prevent domestic violence, but it’s much more complicated
Santa Cruz is holding off bringing in a new police chief until City Manager Matt Huffaker takes office in January
The Nov. 2 election had only one item on the ballot: Measure A, which would support more cannabis tax revenues going to...
After crafting an influential report for Santa Cruz, retail expert Bob Gibbs is consulting for Scotts Valley
Huffaker helped Watsonville balance its finances, reinvest millions into its parks
Move seeks to give Watsonville Community Hospital back to the community
Ian Larkin, who has headed up Cal Fire’s San Mateo Santa Cruz Unit since May 2016, has announced his retirement, capping off...
Measure A will be the only local issue on the Nov. 2 ballot
Several communities in the San Lorenzo Valley and along the North Coast have been ordered to evacuate in anticipation of strong rains...
Santa Cruz Police Deputy Chief Bernie Escalante has been appointed to serve as the Interim Chief, effective Oct. 30. A Santa Cruz...
The ‘Sea Walls’ murals features art that teaches children about ocean issues specific to the area
The Santa Cruz Body Surfing Association (SCBSA) is one of the world’s oldest cold water bodysurfing organizations
Makeover highlights include a reimagined Nature Center and modernized soccer fields
The outgoing 3rd District County Supervisor had initially looked forward to retirement
Each chosen applicant will partner, helping to build their own home
Santa Cruz Chief of Police Andrew Mills is leaving the department a little more than four years after being named the city’s...
New bill requires a five-year wildfire mitigation plan and progress checks
Semillitas teamed up with Dientes, a nonprofit that makes dental services accessible to low-income patients
This month, the local environmental nonprofit is hosting many events—with a few changes
Mixed-use library project continues to deepen divide in progressive politics
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
The community fears dangerous sex offender Michael Cheek could strike again once released