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Aptos thrift store breaks own gift-giving record

APTOS—Since Caroline’s Nonprofit Thrift Shop opened its doors in 2010, owner Christy Licker has given tens of thousands of dollars to local...

Santa Cruz County’s first inclusive park opens

LIVE OAK—Santa Cruz County’s first-ever inclusive playground officially opened Jan. 18 at Chanticleer Park in Live Oak.  LEO’s Haven,...

County observes Martin Luther King, Jr. day | About Town

Tarmo Hannula: Reporter Todd Guild and I covered the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day march in downtown Santa Cruz this morning....

Council mulling temporary ban on new drive-thrus

WATSONVILLE—The Watsonville City Council at its Tuesday meeting will weigh a 45-day ban on the approval of new drive-thrus.

One injured in DUI crash

APTOS—A man was taken to a Bay Area trauma center Sunday afternoon after the car he was in crashed into a ditch...

Caput elected Board Chair for County Supervisors | Community Briefs

Supervisor Caput elected Board Chair The Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously elected Greg Caput as the...

Grassroots approach to new community church lot

WATSONVILLE—The First Baptist Church on Madison Street has a new parking lot, complete with state-of-the-art, dimmable lights. The project came thanks to...

LEO’s Haven set to open | What’s Going On

Special events 8 Tens @ 8 Short Play Festival (Jan. 18-Feb. 9)  The annual 10-minute...

EcoFarm bus tour rolling through Pajaro Valley

WATSONVILLE—Three organic Pajaro Valley farms will be featured in the 2020 EcoFarm Conference bus tour Wednesday—and a handful of seats are still...

Local organizations rally for awareness of human trafficking

APTOS—Ten years ago, former President Barack Obama made a Presidential Proclamation deeming January National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, intending to...