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  1. Coast Lines: Library hosts Mystery Writers eventRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    The Santa Cruz Public Libraries will host "The Case of the Mystery Panel" from 6:30-8 p.m on Oct. 25 at the Downtown Library at 224 Church St. The event is part of Mystery Writers of America NorCal Chapter's Mystery Week. Attendees will be able to enjoy treats and a glass of wine as they solve the case of the mystery panel.

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  2. Hundreds attend Sage Lavine summit on sisterhood, entrepreneurial successRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 7, 2018 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    Women Rocking Business attendees embrace after forming a circle of sisterhood Wednesday on the beach. 500 women entrepreneurs attending the Women Rocking Business conference at the Cocoanut Grove on Wednesday, step onto the beach to form a cirlce of sisterhood.

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  3. Santa Cruz's new rent control and eviction laws, explainedRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 5, 2018 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    The 240 units at Cypress Point Apartments, built in 1973, would be affected by rent control. The 203 units of Pacific Shores Apartments, built in 2003 at the west end of Santa Cruz, would not be affected by rent control.

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  4. Coast Line: Santa Cruz launches online tool to request servicesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    The City of Santa Cruz has launched the Community Service Request for Service Portal, an online tool to help community members request services. The system makes it easier to submit issues regarding traffic concerns, sewer spills, property code violations and other neighborhood problems.

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  5. Coast Line: Locals invited to Breakthrough for MenRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    Scotts Valley and Santa Cruz area men are invited attend Breakthrough for Men Intro Nights at 7 p.m. on the following Tuesdays: Oct. 16, 30 and Nov. 20 at Monterey Coast Preparatory School, 125 Bethany Drive. Breakthrough for Men is a nonprofit education program that has transformed the lives of more than 2,000 men since it was founded on the Central Coast in 1987.

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  6. Tim Willoughby: No-growth battles full of contradictionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    Appropriately zoned and available land is necessary if additional affordable housing is to be created, a challenge calling for action. The original decision to prevent urban sprawl and to protect open space and the environment was coupled with the idea that we could meet our housing needs by increasing housing production in the urbanized areas.

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  7. Commentary: Housing crisis breeds opportunityRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    Crises, the saying goes, create opportunities. By forcing deep problems into the light of day, crises can focus our attention on their origins and impacts, and inspire us to work collectively to build transformative solutions.

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  8. Plan in place for San Vicente Redwood PropertyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    Sempervirens Fund's Laura McLendon and Mike Kahn walk through the Picnic Creek section of the San Vicente Redwoods tract north of Davenport. A visionary conservation plan is emerging for the undeveloped San Vicente Redwood Property nestled in the Santa Cruz Mountains between Davenport and Bonny Doon that mountain lions, bobcats, foxes, deer and migratory songbirds call home.

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  9. Government corner, wrap up: Traffic-calming plan OK'd for Capitola's Jewel BoxRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    In a 4-1 vote, the council green-lighted at times contentious traffic-calming plans for the city's Jewel Box neighborhood, including installing neighborhood signs making drivers aware they are in a residential area, speed tables or raised crosswalks on Jade Street and 42nd Avenue and turn restrictions at 47th Avenue and Portola Drive and potentially along 45th Avenue that would restrict turns onto the "jewel" streets. City Public Works Director Steve Jesberg said after the decision that he will need to return to the council with formal project plans and funding source options before the measures can be put in place.

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  10. The community celebrates Open StreetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 13 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    They came in droves - more than 5,000 bicyclists of all shapes and sizes spilling onto West Cliff Drive in a planned community takeover event. The sixth annual Santa Cruz Open Streets event witnessed fathers racing their sons on scooters, little children deftly maneuvering their bikes through an obstacle course, and gaggles of giggling and gossiping girls on skates and on bikes sharing selfies.

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  11. Santa Cruz courts make massive shift in consolidation planRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    Beginning July 1 all criminal matters, except for juvenile matters, will be handled in Santa Cruz as part of a massive consolidation announced Tuesday by county court officials. The three misdemeanor and three felony courts currently in operation will drop to two each with the slack being taken up by a new trial court, which will handle matters such as preliminary hearings and jury and court trials, court officials said.

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  12. Santa Cruz teacher accused of sex crimes to be released from jailRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    Former Empire Academy teacher Forest Cascade Miles will be released on his own recognizance but will be placed on house arrest and forced to wear an ankle bracelet, a Santa Cruz judge ruled Tuesday. Miles, 24, has pleaded not guilty to charges that he had sexual relations with two teenage students.

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  13. Trial for alleged child molester begins today in Santa CruzRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    The trial of a man accused of breaking into a Santa Cruz family"s home and molesting a 3-year-old girl in 1998 will start Wednesday, almost 10 years after the alleged attack. Jason Seth "Albion" O"Connell, now 37, waived his right to a jury trial Friday.

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  14. Community College Football: Cabrillo rallies late, falls short against YubaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    Cabrillo College receiver Carson Spence runs for extra yards after making a catch in the fourth quarter Saturday nigth. Cabrillo College's Jamarr Porter scores his team's first touchdown in the fourth quarter Saturday night.

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  15. High School Football: SLV handcuffs St. Francis in shutoutRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    SLV High's Christian Carney races past St. Francis' Maso Allabad on a carry Saturday. St. Francis High's Aaron Soto, left, looks to break up a pass intended for SLV's Ty Martinez on Saturday.

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  16. Gary Griggs, Our Ocean Backyard: Natural disasters in our backyardRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    Some people have accused me of loving natural disasters. While that's not completely true, I will admit that during my years living here and experiencing what seems like an almost unending series of natural disasters - whether earthquakes or landslides, floods or droughts, coastal storms and shoreline flooding and erosion - that these recurring events have been pretty interesting for an Earth scientist to witness and study.

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  17. Santa Cruz testing the waters of future supply optionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    Within a little more than a year, Santa Cruz is due to decide how best to weather future droughts that last multiple years. The city is set in the next few months to begin test driving several water projects, including top favorites where the city sends extra river and stream water to neighboring jurisdictions, rather than letting it pour out into the ocean.

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  18. Coast Line: Oct. 14 breakfast benefits Santa Cruz FolliesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 13 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    Senior Citizens Opportunities will host a benefit pancake breakfast from 8:30 a.m. to noon Sunday at the Market Street Theater, 222 Market St. As part of the event, "Grannie's Attic" will be open and selling household items and small gifts. Proceeds benefit Santa Cruz Follies, a local performing arts group for 'over 50' Santa Cruz County citizens.

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  19. Kohut's attorneys ask court to dismiss 11 felony chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 5 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    Dr. James Kohut, accused of raping children, and facilitating others to rape and direct children to have sex, is fighting 11 of his 48 felony counts linked with sexual violence and persuasion. Attorneys Jay Rorty and Ed Swanson's motion, filed this week, that the laws do not apply "because children close in age committed the sex acts in the above-mentioned counts."

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  20. Driver in deadly Westside wreck pleads not guilty to murderRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 24, 2018 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    Kelsey Knoll, 24, pleads not guilty Tuesday during her arraignment in connection with killing 23-year-old McKenzie Gilbert Friday afternoon. Santa Cruz Police say Knoll intentionally swerved the SUV she was driving and ran over Gilbert who was walking in the Natural Bridges neighborhood where she was visiting her father.

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