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June 30, 2022

Reel Work Film Festival hits year 16

The 16th annual Reel Work May Day Labor Film Festival will kick off Saturday and run through May 1. The films and discussions take place at multiple venues spanning Santa Cruz, Santa Clara and Monterey counties.

Strawberry season takes hold

Field workers start in on a harvest of fresh strawberries for the California Giant label on a farm off of Lee Road.

Report: Water usage decreases

A wet winter has slightly helped the Pajaro Valley’s water situation, but the continued over-pumping of aquifers and seawater intrusion remain significant issues.

Sanctuary city status to be updated

City leaders will take a first look at an ordinance that aims to strengthen Watsonville's sanctuary city status on Tuesday.

WPD welcomes new K-9

The Watsonville Police Department has welcomed the newest member to their team: Axel, a 1-year-old German shepherd from the Czech Republic.

Patricia Solano dies

Patricia Gospodnetich Solano, a lifelong Watsonville resident who raised five children and variously worked as a teacher, a telephone operator and a legal secretary, died Monday after an illness. She was 78.

Working for a common goal

Rev. Robin Mathews-Johnson has been the pastor at Watsonville United Methodist Church for almost 18 years. During that time, she has worked with various local organizations and foundations to try and make a positive impact on the community, focusing on he

Training day for the dogs

In an expansive meadow on the outskirts of Watsonville Monday, a group of police officers from several agencies gathered with their K-9 partners to take a brief ride on a helicopter.

The guardian of Pinto Lake is gone

A pillar in the Watsonville community has died. Pat McQuade, the park concessionaire at Pinto Lake City Park, a highly visible, helpful and deeply caring person, died Sunday, according to people close to her at the park.

Renowned blues guitarist arrives in Watsonville

On Saturday, internationally renowned blues guitarist Chris Cain will be bringing his style of jazz-tinged, blues-soaked guitar and vocals to the renovated ballroom of the Appleton Grill.
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PVUSD, Cabrillo hosts engineering camps for middle schoolers

For the past two weeks, Pajaro Valley Unified District (PVUSD) students have been hard at work designing and creating inside of the old woodshop...