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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.
Catbird, a software vendor that offers security policy automation and enforcement solutions for virtual machines, started shipping its first product Tuesday to intelligently protect OpenStack-powered clouds.
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.
Visitors watch a demonstration of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute's Ventana remote operated vehicle during an open house event in Moss Landing on Saturday.
Rita's Italian Ice, with more than 600 stores in 25 states, has awarded the biggest franchise development agreement in its history to East Bay Ice Empire, which plans to open at least 75 locations in six counties including Santa Cruz and employ 525 people.
Before shaking a tailfeather and getting out of Dodge, you can save yourself a massive headache by adequately preparing your residence and personal property to prevent break-ins and thefts.
A work crew from Knox Roofing works to install a new roof on the Scott House on Monday, July 14. Joe Shreve/Press-Banner Monday afternoon brought a rare July drizzle to Scotts Valley as crews from Knox Roofing worked to lay down the brand-new shingles on the roof of the historic Scott House.
A jury on Wednesday found a 21-year-old Menlo Park man guilty in a gas station robbery in Scotts Valley that authorities said was part of a spree.
The annual Scotts Valley Art and Wine Festival, hosted by the Scotts Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Scotts Valley Arts Commission, is set to descend upon Skypark the weekend of Aug. 9 and 10. Now entering its 15th year, the event will feature tastings by 13 wineries, several breweries, as well as more than 100 artist booths, said Santa ... (more)
SANTA CRUZ >> Local water officials are scrambling to meet a state deadline to be eligible for drought funding grants, hoping to secure $3.1 million for three projects to help steer Santa Cruz County through months when the water runs dry.
Derek Andersen, founder of Startup Grind Monterey Bay, will visit 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Scotts Valley Public Library, 251 Kings Village Road, to launch a local chapter.
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Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 02:23 am
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