Tree lighting, Snow Day kick off holiday season
Watsonville flipped the switch on the holiday season Sunday night, lighting up the plaza for a month of festive events.
About Town, Week of Dec. 2
Observations from around Watsonville.
PVUSD to purchase Towers
The Pajaro Valley Unified School District Board of Trustees on Wednesday unanimously approved a plan to purchase its Towers headquarters, a move that is expected to save the district more than $28 million over the next three decades.
Rain keeps road crews busy
Heavy rains drenched the Central Coast Wednesday night and into Thursday. The storm, out of the Gulf of Alaska, is just a fraction of a series of storms slated to visit the region.
Multicultural Celebration nixed; tree lighting postponed to Sunday
Rain in the forecast for Saturday has dampened the city’s holiday plans.
Corralitos Road closed after man drives into power pole
Corralitos Road is expected to remain closed until Wednesday afternoon after a man driving under the influence of alcohol struck a power pole, shearing it and causing power lines to cross the roadway.
Military helicopter gets new life
The army green helicopter that arrived at Watsonville Municipal Airport Monday began its life during the Vietnam War, and also served time in Alaska.
Watsonville man killed in Hwy 1 crash
A Watsonville man was struck and killed by two cars early Saturday morning Highway 1 in Santa Cruz.
PHOTO: 4-car crash shuts down 3 lanes of Main Street
No major injuries reported.
U.S., Canada recall romaine lettuce
Center for Disease Control warns consumers to avoid product.
Motorcyclist dies in Highway 129 crash
A Hollister man died Sunday evening in a two-vehicle crash on Highway 129. California Highway Patrol officer Israel Murillo said emergency crews were dispatched to...