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Santa Cruz, California is located in Santa Cruz County. Zip codes in Santa Cruz, CA include 95061, 95064, and 95060. The median home price in Santa Cruz is $699,500 which is roughly $478/per square foot. More Santa Cruz information.

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Palo Alto group awards 25 college scholarships

This year's recipients of the Pursuit of Excellence Scholarship gather for a celebratory barbecue June 25. Photo courtesy of Dick Smallwood.

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San Francisco Mime Troupe Performance

The San Francisco Mime Troupe creates and produces socially relevant theater of the highest professional quality and performs it before the broadest possible audience.

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Sun Jul 27, 2014

Santa Cruz Sentinel

Santa Cruz Festival Del Nopal expanding annually

Steam rises around Santiago Lopez as he fries nopal cladode in downtown Santa Cruz on Sunday afternoon during the 5th annual Festival del Nopal.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

Addi Somekh, Santa Cruz County Stories: UCSC alum travels world as balloon artist

Addi Somekh's ability to twist balloons into mind-bending art has taken the UC Santa Cruz graduate into unexpected directions.

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KSBW-TV

Runners compete in Wharf to Wharf Race

Thousands of runners participated in a 6-mile run from Santa Cruz to Capitola on Sunday.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

Coast Lines, July 27, 2014: Strawberry Festival Aug. 2-3

The 20th Annual Watsonville Strawberry Festival will take place 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Aug. 2 and 3 in historic downtown Watsonville around the City Plaza on Main, Peck and Union Streets.

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Examiner.com

Summer specials at Aptos restaurant Au Midi

Aptos restaurant Au Midi started two summer promotions last month, one for Wednesday and one for Thursday, and it just added a third which will occur every Tuesday.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

Marcia Chairez: Big problems in Harvey West area

I have lived near the homeless shelter in the Harvey West area for 12 years. The original goals of that facility were compassionate, and the first few years were commendable.

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Sat Jul 26, 2014

Santa Cruz Sentinel

Mike Dilloughery completes historic solo paddle from Santa Cruz to Monterey and back

Santa Cruz's Mike Dilloughery, 48, is believed to be the first person to solo paddle from Santa Cruz to Monterey and back.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

Mike Dilloughery completes historic solo paddle from Santa Cruz to Monterey and back

Santa Cruz's Mike Dilloughery, 48, is believed to be the first person to solo paddle from Santa Cruz to Monterey and back.

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The Modesto Bee

Jeff Jardine: Waiting out the death penalty

In 1981, Royal Kenneth Hayes lured a San Francisco couple to the University of California, Santa Cruz, for what was supposed to be a $250,000 cocaine deal.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

Kaleidoscope seeks buyer; Pretty Mama announces closing

Sheryl Guidera, the owner of Kaleidoscope Toy Store, is looking to sell and retire after owning the business for 25 years.

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Scotts Valley Banner

New Faces

Kiley Rose Garcia , a 6-pound, 13-ounce girl, was born to Trinity Lynn and Freddy Omar Garcia of Felton at Dominican Hospital in Santa Cruz.

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Santa Cruz City

41st Annual Roughwater Swim

Just named by the World Open Water Swimming Association as one of America's Top Open Water Swims! This one-mile swim around the historic Santa Cruz Wharf attracts ocean swimmers from all over Northern California.

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Fri Jul 25, 2014

Santa Cruz Sentinel

Costs rise on Santa Cruz greenbelt path project

A pedestrian and bike path is slated to open in November inside Arana Gulch. The project could go 300,000 over its construction budget because of unforeseen difficulties with a suspension bridge.

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SF Signal

Interview: Lisa Jensen Talks About Alias Hook and the Peter Pan Story That Needed to Be Told

Lisa Jensen is the author of the novels, Alias Hook , and The Witch From the Sea , proprietress of the arts and entertainment blog, Lisa Jensen Online Express , and longtime film critic and columnist for the alternative weekly, Good Times , in Santa Cruz, CA.

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KSBW-TV

Huge Navy aircraft carrier anchoring off Santa Cruz

If the fog burns off on Friday, Santa Cruzans will be surprised by what they see.

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Monterey County Herald

Latinos have edge in whooping cough war

Gretchen Rubio-Lopez, 1, reacts to a vaccination shot given to her by medical assistant Vanessa Munoz as she is held by her mother, Veronica Rubio, at the Salud Para La Gente Health Clinic in Watsonville.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

Coast Lines, July 25, 2014: Overnight traffic camera installation project

Caltrans will begin an overnight project to install traffic cameras along six miles of Highway 1 from Freedom Boulevard in Aptos to Soquel Drive in Santa Cruz Monday at 9 p.m. No traffic delays are anticipated since no lane closures are required, but motorists should be aware of work crews in the area.

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Santa Cruz City

Church Street Fair

Cabrillo Festival's Church Street Fair! Celebrating its 23rd year, this two-day festival offers an inspiring reflection of the arts in Santa Cruz.

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