New show comes to town as Blues Festival says goodbye
Organizations join forces to bring public art to the Tannery and San Lorenzo River
Soccer players happy to have home turf back at Depot Park
Highway 17 drivers can get ready to sound off. CalTrans is going to want to hear from you for an Access Management...
Activist’s Warming Center Program sees success after year of efforts
Mayor Don Lane talks about serving one last time
Hackathon expands as organizers strive for diversity in world of tech
Heavy rains promise a bountiful mushroom fair this year
Committee looks for innovative water solutions that could make Santa Cruz a model for other communities
After the Santa Cruz City Council approved the $251,293 purchase of an armored SWAT-style truck at a recent meeting, citizens began loudly...
Stars of Santa Cruz ocean go missing
Incoming District 3 Supe Ryan Coonerty on North County’s future
Experts weigh flood concerns with coho salmon and steelhead habitat
Resentencing to begin for some of the state’s non-violent offenders
New report finds both positive and negative social and economic trends in the county
Randy Clayton brings horses back for a holiday ride
New state law aims to curb rampant sexual assault of farmworkers
CHP introduces the county’s first license plate reader
Project 180 ups ambitious goals to house homeless
Pumas of the Santa Cruz Mountains are in the news again—this time on a national scale.
Activist calls for united front in fighting bias
The city of Scotts Valley inches closer to a new market in their Town Center project