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December 5, 2023

County budget hearings set

The County of Santa Cruz will begin hearings on a proposed $777 million budget on Monday, concluding on June 26.

Chadeish Yameinu finds a permanent home

After 25 years, Santa Cruz’s Chadeish Yameinu Jewish Renewal Community has finally found a permanent home.

Father’s Day event celebrates families

The 12th annual PAPÁS Father’s Day Celebration will be held Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Ramsay Park, 1301 Main St. in Watsonville.

Drivers needed for senior transportation program

The Volunteer Center of Santa Cruz County is currently looking for more volunteers to support its Transportation Program, and drivers are particularly needed for the Watsonville area.

Community briefs, June 15

Community briefs, June 15, 2018

WPD: Post Incident Team volunteers needed

The Watsonville Police Department is looking for volunteers to join the Post Incident Team.

Panel to discuss current state of democracy

“Saving Democracy” will take place June 29 at Twin Lakes Church’s Monschke Hall, 2701 Cabrillo College Drive in Aptos, from 7-9 p.m.

Company fined $56K in pesticide exposure case

The Santa Cruz County Department of Agriculture announced on Friday it will be fining Watsonville-based Los Amigos Harvesting $56,000 over a June 2017 pesticide exposure incident which sickened a number of field workers.

Possible jaywalking ticket leads to felony charges

A Watsonville man was arrested Friday after he allegedly ran from a police officer during a routine contact, climbed onto the roof of a garage and threw objects at police officers, Watsonville Police spokeswoman Michelle Pulido said.

Watsonville receives $567K to combat minor tobacco use

The City of Watsonville was awarded $567,880 in state grant funding from California Attorney General Xavier Becerra to combat the illegal sale of cigarettes and tobacco products to minors.
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Supervisors approve half-cent sales tax for March ballot

Santa Cruz County residents will consider a half-cent sales tax on the March 5 ballot which, if approved by a simple majority, will fund...