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SANTA CRUZSchool registration now openKindergarten and Transitional Kindergarten registration for the 2018-19 school year is now open in the Santa Cruz City Schools. Registration takes... [Read More]
SANTA CRUZArt of Communication fest set SaturdayNVC Santa Cruz will sponsor the Art of Communication Festival from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at Peace... [Read More]
SANTA CRUZTree removal to prompt traffic delaysThe Santa Cruz County Department of Public Works announced tree work on the 3400 block of Bean Creek Road... [Read More]
Sophomore forward Linton Acliese scored 19 points to help the No. 9 seed Cabrillo College men's basketball team knock off No. 8 Columbia 60-50 in... [Read More]
Nearly two months after California legalized cannabis sales, the black market for marijuana continues to flourish as communities and law enforcement struggle to crack down... [Read More] @SCsentinel on TwitterCAPITOLA >> The Capitola City Council unanimously voted on Thursday to abandon its earlier vote last month to install vehicle barriers on... [Read More]
Rouela, a sleek brown 9-month-old pit bull with a touch of Labrador, swivelled around to greet everyone that passed her, tongue lolling happily between vaccine... [Read More]
Scotts Valley senior Gabby Sandoval turned back the clock on the opening day of the eighth annual CIF State Girls Wrestling Championships at the Visalia... [Read More]
Watsonville High senior wrestler Abel Pena — the defending section champion at 120 pounds — missed making weight by .4 ounces on the opening day... [Read More]
Preschoolers decked out in pajamas wrapped themselves around Santa Cruz Warriors' Chris Boucher and Najeal Young as they take one last photo before the players... [Read More]
When Damion Lee first saw basketball players with "USA" emblazoned across the front of their jerseys he was planted in front of a television, watching... [Read More]
The U.S. Attorney's Office is seeking a court order requiring accused child pornographer Ryan Spencer, 20, to decrypt electronics the FBI seized from his Aptos... [Read More]
I'm confused. I'm not understanding the whole trail rail whoopla. I see folks say the combination can't work and yet, when I took a few... [Read More]
I am sick and disgusted with anyone who defends their precious death machine over the lives of children, teachers, teenagers in school, concertgoers, moviegoers, churchgoers,... [Read More]
In his recent column, Steven Kessler hit a sore spot with fans of the University of California system. He accurately pointed out what people... [Read More]
My life reminds me of the sitcom Glee right now. Or like Freedom Writers, where teachers donate countless hours to their day job, then go... [Read More]
I just took a walk by the coast at Wilder Ranch State Park. I noticed a new sign at the trailhead: "No drones in Santa... [Read More]
Vista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired in Santa Cruz is grateful for Michelle Miller's service and leadership students from Good Shepherd Catholic School.... [Read More]
Nikolas Cruz knew how to handle a gun, thanks to the National Rifle Association and the U.S. Army. The accused perpetrator of the Valentine's Day... [Read More]
By Stephen KesslerThe only time I was ever the boss of a business, when I founded and ran The Sun, weekly competitor of Good Times... [Read More]
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