Conference offers help to young parents
PAPÁS, an agency focusing, primarily, on fathers, is offering a free conference Wednesday in Watsonville.
Cabrillo College graduates 1,117
In an event that kicked off the graduation season, a total of 1,117 Cabrillo College students received degrees and certificates Friday at the school’s Carl Conelly Stadium.
County officials warn of norovirus outbreak
The Santa Cruz County Health Department on Thursday urged residents about a “significant” norovirus outbreak that has already sickened 28 students plus staff in Boulder Creek.
Crashes cause major backup
Traffic on northbound Highway 1 north of Watsonville is clogged due to two crashes on the highway Wednesday morning.
Community briefs, May 18: Symphony League presents ‘Music and Art in the Garden’
Community briefs, May 18, 2017
Author to sign copies of new children’s book
Aptos author Linda S. Gunther will celebrate the release of her new children’s book, “Toffee and Esmerelda,” with a book signing on Saturday from 2-4 p.m. at Kelly’s Books, 1838 Main St. in Watsonville.
Watsonville High students earn scholarships
About 115 students from Watsonville High School were honored Tuesday during the Annual Watsonville High School Scholarship Awards Assembly at the Henry J. Mello Center for Performing Arts.
Forum highlights CalFresh program
The CalFresh Forum took place Friday at the Watsonville Civic Plaza.
Community briefs, May 16
Community briefs, May 16, 2017
Man arrested after brief vehicle chase
Watsonville Police search a Chevy Impala on Front Street just before 10 a.m. Monday after taking a man into custody when he failed to stop for them.
Mariners swing their way to 28th league title | Boys golf
The Aptos High boys’ golf team this season qualified as a group to compete at Central Coast Section Regional Golf Tournament, giving golfers a...