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The California Department of Public Health is lifting the April 4 and April 28, 2014 health advisories warning consumers not to eat recreationally harvested bivalve shellfish or the internal organs of commercially or recreationally caught anchovy, sardines, or crab taken from Monterey and Santa Cruz counties.
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The commission currently has vacancies in the 1st District 4th District and 5th District The commission is a 10-member volunteer body appointed by the Board of Supervisors to advise the Board and the County Alcohol and Drug Program on alcohol and drug abuse issues through participation in the planning process, development of the goals and policies ... (more)
The California Department of Public Health lifted a seafood health warning issued in April about eating certain shellfish caught in Monterey or Santa Cruz Counties.
A model of a transformed Abbott Square is on display in the downtown Santa Cruz gathering spot adjacent to the Museum of Art & History on Thursday.
MOSS LANDING >> Two people died Friday morning in a multiple vehicle collision Friday morning on Highway 1 just south of the Santa Cruz County line.
Olympia - Meehan1submitted7-11-14 .The Meehan siding, shown here in 1939, was once the hub of rail commerce to the Zayante community in the early 20th Century until heavy rains destroyed it in 1940.
A 20-year-old man arrested early Thursday entering Live Oak Elementary School with vandalism tools is suspected of spraying graffiti around Santa Cruz County.
Addiction is one of the most bedeviling and ruinous torments of the human experience.
Migrant Head Start provides child care for local farm workers at the home of Armando Zamudio and Estrella Palmerin-Zamudio.
FOLSOM >> A 1973 Capitola convicted murder-rapist's "untreated predatory nature and sexual deviancy" caused a state board to deny parole this week, according to the Santa Cruz County District Attorney's office.
A little bit of local history rolled into town on Wednesday, July 9, as a steam locomotive that began its long life in Davenport more than 100 years ago returned to the rails in Santa Cruz County when it rolled from an oversized flatbed truck onto the tracks at Roaring Camp Railroads.
One person was injured and 10 people displaced in a fire that badly damaged a single-story duplex in Watsonville, the Watsonville Fire Department reported.
"We have a housing crisis in our community," he said, speaking to more than 100 people Tuesday at the Santa Cruz County Business Council luncheon at UC Santa Cruz's Terra Fresca Restaurant.
Several neighbors met with our much respected police chief in Capitola about slowing down motorcycles that fly up the main exit streets of Capitola on weekends, tail pipes blasting, causing an unbelievable amount of noise at truly unacceptable levels.
SCOTTS VALLEY >> Two veteran officers left the Scotts Valley Police Department to work at Santa Cruz Police Department in the last nine months, leaving a department that hasn't been completely staffed since at least 2010.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 10:05 am
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