On Tuesday, the city of Santa Cruz closed a temporary homeless encampment at Depot Park
Santa Cruz City Council rescinds original decision to deny the project after state finds their actions illegal and organizations threaten to sue...
Nov. 2, 10:51pm 2,027 more votes have been counted, with the votes in favor of passing Measure A continuing to hold a...
Watsonville City Manager Matt Huffaker has been selected for the same position for the city of Santa Cruz
Santa Cruz City Council approves a report that examined the demographics of cannabis businesses in Santa Cruz; aims to increase diversity in...
Cummings is often seen around town attending punk rock shows
The National Council of Native American Churches worries decriminalizing peyote will diminish supplies of the hallucinogenic cactus
When and how in-person meetings will resume still to be determined
A look into attendance among local officials and repercussions for poor records
Rules can take effect when city establishes at least 150 “safe sleeping sites”
Ordinance is modified version of rejected Temporary Outdoor Living Ordinance
Santa Cruz City Council already passed a resolution in favor of passenger rail
City retooling ordinance to regulate when and where people may sleep
New camping ordinances and housing-first focus among current tactics
Council will revisit amendments on April 13 for sweeping set of rules
Coastal Commission staff is studying four housing projects, as delays pile up
Paying tribute to the amazing people, places and events in Santa Cruz County
Donna Meyers, Sonja Brunner ready to assume leadership roles
Incoming mayors Jimmy Dutra and Donna Meyers reflect on diversity
A look at some of the elections updates across the county
Local artists Kathleen Crocetti and Tom Ralston created the dragon and archway
Political consensus on importance of affordable housing is a start
Pandemic creates a split in strategy among candidates
A guide to candidates running for the Santa Cruz City Council
City’s budget crisis, worsened by the Covid-19 pandemic, could last eight years
Will the Planning Commission’s recommendation sink or strengthen a popular plan?
A look inside an expanded syringe program and a new camp
A pandemic, a shift in homeless services and two new reports
An activist, a consultant and a YIMBY jump in the race
Watsonville lets evictions resume, while Santa Cruz stands pat