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March 20, 2023

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.

Crashes cause major backup

Traffic on northbound Highway 1 north of Watsonville is clogged due to two crashes on the highway Wednesday morning.

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.

Store robbed at gunpoint

A convenience store was robbed at gunpoint early Saturday morning.

Community briefs, May 13

Community briefs, May 13, 2017

McQuade memorial bench in the works

Plans are underway to build a memorial bench to honor Patricia McQuade, a Watsonville community leader who managed Pinto Lake City Park for decades.

Berry season in full swing

The strawberry season is ramping up in Watsonville, with workers on track to outpace last year’s numbers.

‘Catz baseball remains unbeaten in league play | Pajaronian Sports Ticker

WATSONVILLE—Watsonville High’s Abraham Bonilla was credited with the victory for the Wildcatz baseball team in its 10-2 win over Alvarez High in Pacific Coast...