A Pacific Gas and Electric worker helps disable a 40,000-volt power line that collapsed Wednesday on the 1400 block of Freedom Boulevard.
Santa Cruz County fared well in an air quality report released Wednesday, which state officials say is a testament to California’s stringent environmental laws.
Someday, Ceiba College Preparatory Academy 10th-grader Eduardo De León hopes to study computer science at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and forge a path for himself in the field of educational technology.
The Pajaro Valley Federation of Teachers is concerned with a proposal by the Pajaro Valley Unified School District that they say will cut into their pay.
After 10 years of the Walk to Stop the Silence, organizers have created a different event that aims to bring more families together while still spreading the message of safety for all children.
The Friends of the Aptos Library opened a freshly designed landscape and garden to the public with a dedication ceremony Thursday.
Second Harvest Food Bank invited members of the agricultural community to a barbecue Thursday evening, thanking them for their efforts to feed hungry people throughout Santa Cruz County.
Hundreds of people packed Ramsay Park Friday for the annual Stations of the Cross ceremony, which depicts the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.
In traditional school elections, the entirety of the student body makes check marks next to the name of their preferred candidate, thus choosing their leaders in a popular election.
Every year around this time, a group of Watsonville High School students foregoes class for the day, opting instead for a day at work.