The fifth annual Santa Cruz Ride Out goes off the rails
By November, the Cabrillo Governing Board plans to close name-change discussions
Delving into the Watsonville policing committee’s recent report reveals concerns
SCCAS long-awaited renovation includes the addition of a “community cat room”
Two Santa Cruz County communities struggle to find new police chiefs
Scotts Valley residents concerned about losing their sole urgent care facility
Fishermen urge more attention to sustainability in local waters
SLV businesses temporarily close, promoters want proof of vaccination
Health officials are warning of a possible outbreak of fentanyl-laced narcotics hitting the streets.
Despite the promise of increased assistance, roadblocks remain
Explosions, drugs and fire threat lead residents to speak out against neighboring homeless camp
Santa Cruz police arrested two men suspected of vandalizing a large Black Lives Matter mural in Santa Cruz on Saturday by making...
Education officials put together a model vaccination campaign for teachers and other staff
North County property moves a step closer to opening to the public.
After past controversy with electric bikes, is there a better solution?
Confessed killer of Rachel “Elias” Maisenheimer had multiple restraining order violations
Investigations also lead to calls for increased jail oversight, improved pesticide notifications
Agricultural fields are currently fumigated without having to notify nearby residents
A federal judge on Tuesday lifted a preliminary injunction preventing the city of Santa Cruz from removing hundreds of homeless people from...
Flag-raising rule-changes are being evaluated in civic circles across the region—in some cases for the first time ever.
The Santa Cruz County RTC expands an incentive-based and environmentally conscious commuting program.
Pajaro Valley Unified School District Trustees who miss meetings without providing notice will lose their monthly stipend under a set of new...
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
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
Market closely affected by Silicon Valley
The City Council voted 5-2 in January to raise the flag in front of the city’s civic headquarters.
Fire department restarts its youth academy
Fire officials worry for safety of residents who tackle flames themselves