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Exclusive review of Measure M precinct numbers finds support in 3 of 5 supervisorial districts, but not enough to overcome Santa Barbara-area voter opposition Road work, such as construction on a new bridge on Cathedral Oaks Road near Goleta, above, makes up a big part of Santa Barbara County's backlog in maintenance.
Firefighters responding shortly after 3 p.m. found a single-engine aircraft that had sustained a collapsed nose gear, said Capt.
There are a number of musicians who might not be household names, but have been instrumental to the music that we have known and loved over the years.
Lompoc Mayor John Linn once again during a recent City Council meeting demonstrated his contempt for transparency when discussing public business.
If there's one thing that California's wineries hate, it's squatters. No, not people living in the vineyards - they can always put them to work picking grapes.
Strawberries remain Santa Barbara County's top crop, but wine grapes have knocked broccoli out of second place as the value of agricultural products grown here in 2013 again surpassed $1 billion.
Sheriff Bill Brown reports higher estimates for personnel and operating costs for the facility, raising some concern among the board Santa Barbara County Supervisor Peter Adam, shown at a Board of Supervisors meeting in February, cast the lone dissenting vote on Tuesday to proceed with a pilot project stabilization agreement, or PSA, for phase two ... (more)
Seven local high school sophomores and juniors were chosen to participate in UC Santa Barbara's California Institute for Regenerative Medicine program.
To celebrate the 10th year of its annual Chumash Charity Golf Classic, the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians has selected four well-deserving nonprofits to benefit from its popular fundraising tournament, which will be held July 30 at La Purisima Golf Course.
The Santa Barbara County Genealogical Society will hold its monthly general meeting from 9:30 a.m. to noon Saturday, July 19 at First Presbyterian Church, 21 E. Constance St. in Santa Barbara.
A gas leak forced the evacuation early Tuesday of about 150 residents in the nearby Rancho Gardens housing complex in Santa Maria.
The public comment period for a project to replace the Salsipuedes Creek Bridge on Hwy.
With the hectic pace of Sunday's arrival behind them, FFA, 4-H and Junior Grange members and their livestock projects waited patiently for their turns at Monday's weigh-in at the Santa Maria Fairpark .
Workplace wellness is gaining traction in the United States, and many school districts now recognize that the benefits accrue to school communities as well.
Congresswoman Lois Capps is collaborating with several local and state officials to discuss action taking place in response to the May Isla Vista shooting and stabbing rampage that left seven college students dead.
Union Bank in Lompoc on Monday made a generous $1,000 donation to the Lompoc Police Department's Police Activities League.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 01:30 am
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