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It turns out Bl'ast won't be back out east after all, as vocalist Clifford Dinsmore has come down with a nasty ear infection.
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The American Red Cross Santa Cruz County Chapter has deployed additional volunteers to Washington where wildfires have forced residents from their homes.
SANTA CRUZ >> The Santa Cruz City Council approved plans Tuesday for Pacific Collegiate School to relocate its renown charter program to a largely empty building on the Westside, a proposal that requires special permits to operate in an industrial zone.
CAPITOLA >> A local development group has approached city officials with a proposal to buy 420 Capitola Ave., the property in Capitola Village where City Hall and the police station is located.
Addiction is one of the most bedeviling and ruinous torments of the human experience.
Hoping to "bring sanctuary" to the transients of Santa Cruz, the grassroots group , Santa Cruz Sanctuary Village , is being blasted this week by opponents of its plans to erect a homeless encampment.
A Central California company has issued a voluntary nationwide recall of specific lots of its fresh peaches, plums, nectarines and pluots over concerns of possible listeria contamination.
Continued reading of Paul Findley's "They Dare to Speak Out", begin chapter 6, interstitial music.
Water Treatment Supervisor Dustin Holtzclaw walks through the filter gallery of the Graham Hill Water Treatment Plant, which is due for a major upgrade that could be aided through a proposed water rate increase.
Fair Avenue flooded on Monday evening near Ingalls Street as utility workers continued to try to contain it at 7:30 p.m. Water from underground spilled on to the street near 1010 Fair Ave. about 5:45 p.m., said Santa Cruz police Sgt.
It's about to get more difficult to go unnoticed if your sprinklers are watering the street more than your lawn.
HIT >> Yes, the rules surrounding low-flying, unmanned drones have been tricky to craft - you don't want every Tom, Dick and Harry experimenting with aerial drones over the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary.
During the summer months, on average, about two fewer donors give blood at each Red Cross blood drive than what is needed to meet the needs of patients.
MOSS LANDING Investigators are still trying to the figure out the events that led up a crash on Highway 1 that left two Santa Cruz County teenage girls dead.
There is plenty of open parking space on the street where we live. Unfortunately, both next door neighbors have a gazillion cars and squeeze us out of parking in front of our home.
Lisa Kolbeck with some of her charges in her Little School, which she's been running in Live Oak for 26 years.
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Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 01:47 am
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