Can critics of Chris Krohn and Drew Glover get 8,000 signatures in four months?
New Slice Project pizzeria and events like Open Streets highlight push to reshape city
Santa Cruz cracks down on electric bike offenders
What KD’s thinking and why the Warriors lost the 2016 NBA Finals
‘It isn’t that I’m leaving Santa Cruz. I’m being pulled toward Boulder,’ Chip says.
Town Green project back on hold as city grapples with growth
Local politicos fight Trump administration plan to expand drilling and fracking
Hoop dreams bred in the Monterey Bay
Business is cyclical at the cooperatively owned Hard-Core Compost
A public opinion stalemate over capital punishment
Can’t we all just get along? Not if social media algorithms have their way
Community groups are raising wages to help workers survive, but at what cost?
New legislation aims to give entrepreneurs paths to deposit their pots of money
As a judge orders closure of Ross homeless camp, debate continues about safety, funding and empathy
As director Patrice Keet steps down, Capitola nonprofit fundraises for its future
A 200-person tent city is in legal limbo
With charges pending in 22-year-old Josh Howard’s death, Highway 9 improvements could be years off
Plus the weird thing about the suit over closing the homeless camp
The zen hang-out spot owes $36,000, nearly half of it to the IRS
Newly renovated hotel screens ‘American Supernatural’ and looks for ghosts
County sues state regulators as dispensaries protest online competition
Plus a new pot shop, environmental concerns in Watsonville and Don Lane’s latest blog
Auto glass repair shops weigh in on property crime trends
Canadian researchers staying in Watsonville put careers on hold every year to study marine mammals
East Meadow nonsense, plus an election committee disappearing act
Michelle Williams and her family have mixed feelings about leaving for Florida
Councilmember Drew Glover suggests new local body with seven subcommittees
At what point does fear of tall-ish buildings get to be silly?
What to expect when the Sea Dubs take on Rio Grande Valley on April 2
Experiments backed by activists and city officials getting first real tests