The 2020 Crop Report for the County of Santa Cruz details the region’s agricultural commodities during one of the most challenging years...
Santa Cruz County Health Officer Dr. Gail Newel issued a health order requiring all people to wear a face-covering when indoors in...
A report from the city of Capitola found that few were taking advantage of the city's outdoor dining program put in place...
RTC Director Guy Preston recommended that Santa Cruz County not move forward on an electric passenger rail, citing the high cost of...
More than 100 Santa Cruz workers filled the County Supervisors chambers, where many demanded pay increases and other requests
Each chosen applicant will partner, helping to build their own home
The Seymour Marine Discovery Center readies to reopen to the public
Scotts Valley Mayor Derek Timm referenced incidents of hatred and discrimination across Santa Cruz County during Sept. 1 City Council meeting
The debut of the multi-day dance and arts event showcases BIPOC/LGBTQ talent throughout Santa Cruz County.
Covid-19 cases in Santa Cruz County starting to slow
Santa Cruz County received a $1 million grant to Salud Para La Gente from the Health Resources and Services Administration
Santa Cruz County District Attorney Jeff Rosell announces that no criminal charges will be filed against county sheriff deputies for shooting a...
After a year-long hiatus, the Santa Cruz County Fair returns
The Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved this fiscal year’s budget, a behemoth $932 million spending plan.
Panel explores county, city pipelines for affordable housing
Groups are touting the benefits of building more ADUs and backyard housing
Proposed ordinance reworded to target only gamecocks
A 25-cent fee for disposable cups delayed until January 2022
More prevention, less red tape, immediate help for those in need among pandemic lessons
Santa Cruz County is set to receive $52.9 million from the American Rescue Plan
Few have ruled out bid for Ryan Coonerty's 3rd District seat
County, local activists seek to combat false claims about the vaccine on social media
Report notes health, education challenges and more
Reeling from a difficult year, 3rd District supe says county deserves more diverse representation
Proposed ordinance targeting cockfighting ruffles feathers at sanctuary that helps abandoned roosters
Affordable housing could get boost from volunteer group looking at revenue streams
State agency is clarifying sometimes murky fire-safe construction standards
Johnson & Johnson vaccine a small portion of what county receives
What’s wrong with the old ways of discussing “the homeless?”
Proponent says passenger rail would have had positive economic impact