Scotts Valley Mayor Derek Timm referenced incidents of hatred and discrimination across Santa Cruz County during Sept. 1 City Council meeting
The Found Art Collective celebrated its grand opening on Sept. 16, and the community turned out to welcome the funky new addition...
Scotts Valley City Council recently approved a housing project dubbed “The Encore at 4104"
Plans for a fourth Santa Cruz County location are underway in Scotts Valley
While assaults dropped by 27% last year in Scotts Valley, other crimes increased—including burglaries almost doubling, according to stats presented by Police...
Scotts Valley residents concerned about losing their sole urgent care facility
Location is undergoing a series of upgrades, from sound dampening to structural improvements.
Sutter says it will still offer same-day appointments in Scotts Valley.
Renovations have begun at Scotts Valley’s main community green space, used for organized sports, family outings and special events.
The Sunnyvale-based microbrewery joins a Home by Zinnia’s boutique, and a parlor from The Penny Ice Creamery.
The plan will draw down reserves, but staff said that, as business recovers, residents will finally start to see the effects of...
Flag-raising rule-changes are being evaluated in civic circles across the region—in some cases for the first time ever.
This weekend’s Agape Dance performances of Midsummer Night's Dream will be held in the Green Hills Redwood Grove in Scotts Valley.
Urban planner calls the project "a mixed-use center that has some retail."
A proposed seven-year extension of the Tourism Marketing District (TMD) hit a pothole when Scotts Valley City Councilman Randy Johnson raised questions.
Market closely affected by Silicon Valley
Home by Zinnia’s is the latest addition to The Hangar at Skypark
Growing ice cream chain offers homemade, small-batch approach
Target taking over previous Kmart space in Scotts Valley Square Shopping Center
Santa Cruz County is set to receive $52.9 million from the American Rescue Plan
Scotts Valley will provide aid to about 25 or so qualifying businesses
Locals express excitement, apprehension about proposed Target store
Festival moving forward with Covid-19 safety measures in place
Not even 3% of units permitted so far are considered affordable by state’s guidelines
Each water district has carved out its own means of serving residents
Proposal would prohibit picketing within a football field’s length of a person’s home
Fundraiser seeks to help Rossis keep their home amid hard times
Trail construction done on both sides of the Preserve
A guide to candidates running for the Scotts Valley City Council
State, local budgets propose cutting or eliminating funds for community services