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Santa Cruz is located in central California along the coast of the Pacific Ocean. Santa Cruz was one of the earliest Spanish settlements during the exploration of Alta California, in the late eighteenth century. They even established a mission on the site on which Santa Cruz now stands. When California was ratified as a state in the United States, during the late 1800s, the city of Santa Cruz became popular because of its idyllic beaches and coastal redwood forests.

Population: 54593
Local Newspapers: Santa Cruz County Sentinel
Local Sports Teams: LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings
Local Colleges: University of California-Santa Cruz

Zip Codes associated with santa cruz, california: 95060 95062 95064 95065 95066
Towns/Cities near santa cruz, california : Twin Lakes Opal Cliffs Paradise Park Live Oak Soquel Capitola Rio Del Mar Felton Scotts Valley

Santa Cruz News
Focal Point: Naval hospital by the bay

If this hospital building looks familiar, that is because it is still standing on Beach Street in Santa Cruz. Built in 1926, it was originally known as the Casa del Rey Apartments and is today called La Bahia.

Man In Critical Condition After Shooting Saturday

Officers responded at 6:45 p.m. to the 300 block of La Fonda Avenue where police were told several gunshots were heard. Police said that when officers arrived they learned that a person had been struck by gunfire and had been taken to Dominican Hospital by a family member.

Letter: A little more about writer of wonderful commentary

If Sentinel readers were as impressed as I was by " What patriotism means in the time of Trump ," the commentary published on Jan. 18, they might like to know something more about its writer than "Jan Harwood lives in Santa Cruz". Last spring, the Santa Cruz branch of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom honored Jan with a celebratory tribute for her contributions to social justice causes.

Government Corner: Santa Cruz City Council examines theater lease

The Scotts Valley City Council, after hearing a presentation on Wednesday from the Friends of the Rail and Trail, requested that its resolution approved last month supporting Santa Cruz County Greenway's vision of converting the existing rail corridor project to a trail-only project, return for another vote, as early as its Feb. 7 meeting. • The Santa Cruz Transportation and Public Works Commission meets at 7 p.m. Monday at City Council chamber, 809 Center St. The agenda includes two appeals of proposed bike-share station installation that would displace two parking spaces, each.

Santa Cruza s most vulnerable may bear brunt of environmental disasters, study finds

Rip-rap, the piles of rock to guard cliffs from erosion and large waves - seen here on West Cliff Drive - costs $10 million per mile. SANTA CRUZ >> The city's most vulnerable communities may bear the brunt of disasters caused by climate change, a new analysis says.

Pregnant in 2018? Here's What You Need to Know

Lindsey Hunter Lopez is a freelance writer and general mother hustler with degrees from University of California, Santa Cruz and New York University. Lindsey resides in Northeast Los Angeles with her husband, bulldog, and two hilarious p... In our current political climate/looming potential apocalypse, it can be hard to envision bringing new life into this world.

Film Review: 'Call Me By Your Name'

American movies that deal frankly with sexuality are mostly sniggering comedies or tales of dark obsession. We're not used to movies portraying sexual exploration as a normal part of growing up, without a lot of moral and religious Sturm und Drang weighing it all down.

More than 100,000 women expected for marches in Bay Area cities this weekend

Heather Valentine, center, of San Jose, Colleen Pizarev, right, of San Jose, and others make signs at West Mountain Sign in San Jose on Jan. 11. As part of a grass-roots political movement to elect more female leaders into office, at least 100,000 people are expected to gather Saturday in cities across the Bay Area for a series of 2018 women's marches. San Francisco is expected to host one of the largest local gatherings, with an estimated attendance of around 80,000.

Election 2018: Watsonville City Council member announces bid for county supervisor seat

Felipe Hernandez, a Watsonville City Council member, announced on Friday his intention to run for a Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisor seat in June. WATSONVILLE >> Standing with his mother, sister, kindergarten teacher and numerous others at the town plaza, Watsonville City Councilman Felipe Hernandez announced Friday his intention to run for a Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors seat in June.

Stephen Kessler: Public libraries, parking garages and the future of bad taste

The Downtown Library Advisory Committee-a panel of 10 people handpicked by the Santa Cruz city manager, a councilmember and the library director to rubber-stamp an offensive proposal to rebuild the county's main branch library under a multistory parking garage-has predictably given the concept its unanimous approval and is about to make its recommendation to the city council . The committee's final meeting, scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 25, could be the public's last chance to kill this outrageous idea.

Home + Garden Digest: UCSC offers fruit tree Q&A session

SANTA CRUZ >> A free question and answer session on backyard fruit trees takes place on Saturday, Jan. 20, from 10 a.m. to noon at the San Lorenzo Garden Center. This event is part of the 2018 series of fruit tree and gardening classes offered by the Friends of the UC Santa Cruz Farm & Garden.

Year one no picnic for California with Trump

Gabriela Cruz is a DACA recipient who's been in the country since she was 1 year old and now lives in Santa Cruz. After taking the oath of office a year ago, President Donald Trump turned west to offer a preview of his presidency.

Got Bay Area weekend plans? We have some cool ideas

If you are weighing your options, we're here to help with some savvy tips on cool stuff to do in the Bay Area Jan. 18-21 and beyond. Any time you can plug the name "St.

Coast Line: Santa Cruz lists recycling guidelines

Recycle them at any Santa Cruz Library branch, Louden Nelson Community Center or City Hall . • Oil: City of Santa Cruz refuse customers should call customer service at 831-420-5220 for special jugs to recycle motor oil curbside.

New Santa Cruz mayor meet and greet focuses on citya s homelessness crisis

SANTA CRUZ >> Given the chance to pepper their new mayor with concerns, residents circled back to one topic time and again at a recent forum: city homelessness. More than 50 residents attended Wednesday's forum, hosted by Santa Cruz Neighbors and held in the Santa Cruz Police Department community room.

Coast Line: a Return of the Hummingbirdsa set Jan. 23 in Santa Cruz

Twelve poets from the Santa Cruz-based Hummingbird Poetry Press will be honored and their work read by eight actors from the Actors' Theatre. The poets are: Tilly Shaw, Len Anderson, Rosie King, Barbara Bloom, Charles Atkinson, Ken Weisner, Kim Scheiblauer, Simon Hunt, George Lober, Amber Sumrall, Maggie Paul and Wilma Chandler.

Santa Cruz County forecast: Scattered showers Friday, slightly heavier rain Sunday

SANTA CRUZ >> The second in a series of three storms swept into the Bay Area Thursday, delivering light rain to Santa Cruz County and the potential for a dusting of snow on the region's tallest peaks. As of about 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Bonny Doon received 0.21 inches of rain, Soquel 0.2 inches, Santa Cruz 0.09 inches, Ben Lomond 0.09 inches, Aptos 0.11 inches and Swanton 0.1 inches, according to the Sentinel Weather Watchers, a group of volunteers who track the weather for this paper.

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