On Tuesday, the city of Santa Cruz closed a temporary homeless encampment at Depot Park
The hardworking punk rocker suffered significant injuries after he was struck outside his Santa Cruz restaurant, The Crepe Place
Roughly 3,000 Covid-19 tests are being administered per day in Santa Cruz County
Win a $100 gift certificate to Well Within Spa in downtown Santa Cruz.
The city council's revised plan for the 'mixed-use library' project includes more affordable housing units and less parking stalls
After 45 years, the beloved Jury Room bartender is giving up long nights of bar room wisdom to spend more time with...
The local writer's 12th collection of poetry 'Last Call,' published by Black Widow Press, is his longest work yet
Nov. 2, 10:51pm 2,027 more votes have been counted, with the votes in favor of passing Measure A continuing to hold a...
Halloween 2021 in Santa Cruz as seen by photog Tarmo Hannula
On Tuesday, the Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors got a first look at how the County’s supervisorial districts could be redrawn
Santa Cruz police arrested two men suspected of vandalizing a large Black Lives Matter mural in Santa Cruz on Saturday by making...
Team uses virtual reality to show a Santa Cruz affected by sea level rise
Groups are touting the benefits of building more ADUs and backyard housing
Rules can take effect when city establishes at least 150 “safe sleeping sites”
Santa Cruz County is set to receive $52.9 million from the American Rescue Plan
Affordable housing could get boost from volunteer group looking at revenue streams
City retooling ordinance to regulate when and where people may sleep
What’s wrong with the old ways of discussing “the homeless?”
Diners enjoy the cafe-like atmosphere
Police continue search for the suspect outside of downtown
How to reduce suffering and end a decades-long problem, according to experts
New camping ordinances and housing-first focus among current tactics
City slaps red tag on MeloMelo Kava Bar's outdoor dining structure
Council will revisit amendments on April 13 for sweeping set of rules
Store offers a professional bike shop and ski shop services
Restaurants are struggling, prompting questions about how to deal with food trucks
City announces closure of San Lorenzo Park starting Jan. 6
Several people were in boarded-up building that caught fire
Residents of burned areas say PG&E cut down their trees without permission
Incoming mayors Jimmy Dutra and Donna Meyers reflect on diversity