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SCOTTS VALLEY >> John Geringer and Christopher Luck, accused of running a $60 million Ponzi scheme with Keith Rode, have pleaded guilty in federal court to three counts involving securities fraud, mail fraud and conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud.
SANTA CRUZ >> Santa Cruz County is weighing the most significant rewrite of affordable housing rules since local voters ushered in an era of slow growth in the 1970s.
SANTA CRUZ >> Early morning kayaker Amber Jones, who recently spotted a sea lion with netting embedded in its head, was ecstatic when she learned the ailing marine mammal had been rescued.
Santa Cruz is a few pen strokes away from installing Automated License Plate Readers in city police cruisers.
"Cabrillo has become a summer mecca for musicians and a premier musical destination for audiences."
But Latinos who live in southern Santa Cruz County have higher vaccination rates and a dramatically lower incidence of whooping cough than the more affluent white population in the northern end of the county, according to data reported by schools and the county health department.
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.
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.
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Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 02:47 am
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