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July 2, 2020

WHS agriculture class grows, donates vegetables

The Watsonville High School Future Farmers of America Chapter grew and harvested nearly 600 pounds of vegetables this term, and donated it to Second Harvest Food Bank.

SCPD chief set to retire

Santa Cruz Police Chief Kevin Vogel, who will be retiring on June 2, was recognized during the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk's summer kick-off party Thursday in the Cocoanut Grove.

Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk unveils new main entrance

In 1909, employees of the recently-opened Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk gathered at its entrance to capture a moment that has been enjoyed by future generations.

Accused doctor pleads not guilty

The Santa Cruz neurosurgeon facing 10 felonies for allegedly sexually abusing three children pleaded not guilty in Santa Cruz County Superior Court Friday.

Children’s art on show

Children's book illustrator Elizabeth Gomez talks about her artwork Thursday during an exhibit reception for Amesti Elementary students as part of the El Pajaro Community Development Corporation and Plaza Vigil annual Art Show.

Community briefs, May 25: Memorial Day ceremony honors fallen soldiers

Community briefs, May 25, 2017

Local team earns top prize

A pair of students from a Santa Cruz-based home school program took a top prize earlier this month at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) in Los Angeles.

Sheriff’s office: Beware of kidnapping, bail scams

Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Sgt. Chris Clark on Tuesday said that residents have been targeted recently by a so-called virtual kidnapping scam.

PVUSD teachers sideline meeting

PVUSD Board of Trustees chair Kim De Serpa ended the board meeting early Wednesday after teachers packed the room and refused to move to the hallway. DeSerpa, Watsonville Fire Marshal cited safety concerns. Teachers were there to demand salary increases

Shots fired into home

Several shots were fired into a home on Sunday at East Beach and Blackburn streets, Watsonville Police said.
newsom bars closed

Central Coast untouched in Newsom’s clampdown on bars, restaurants

SACRAMENTO—California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday ordered bars and restaurants in 19 counties to close their indoor dining options for at least...