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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.
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
Government corner, on deck: Scotts Valley City Council to meet Feb. 21
SCOTTS VALLEY >> The Scotts Valley City Council will meet at 6 p.m. Wednesday at Scotts Valley City Council Chambers, 1 Civic Center Drive. Jewell Box Calming plans >> The Capitola City Council will meet at 7 p.m. on Thursday at Capitola City Hall, 420 Capitola Ave. The council will hear a presentation from the Santa Cruz Metro, consider Jewel Box neighborhood traffic calming plans and funding and a midyear budget report.Art collaboration a Doc/Undoca to be performed with exhibit at Bookshop Santa Cruz
SANTA CRUZ >> Five artists exploring an immigrant binary - of being or not being a documented citizen - will present their multimedia, multi-disciplinary collaboration, "Doc/Undoc Documentado/Undocumented Ars Shamánica Performática," and introduce their work in paperback at Bookshop Santa Cruz on Tuesday. The artwork-in-a-box blends printmaking, typography, performance, video, sound art and installation, according to co-publisher City Lights Booksellers & Publishers .Landlords and tenants: Where do Santa Cruz City Council members stand on rent freeze?
SANTA CRUZ >> As Santa Cruzans gathered Tuesday at the city council chambers to share their views on proposed temporary rent control and eviction rules, elected city leaders brought their own experiences as landlords and tenants to the table. An emergency ordinance setting in place a temporary moratorium limiting rental price increases to 2 percent for the year and set the reasons a tenant could be evicted, was split into two parts for the Santa Cruz City Council .Coast Line: Loch Lomond Recreational Area announces schedule changes
Loch Lomond Recreational Area will open to the public March 1, with only six days of operation a week this year. The Santa Cruz Water Department leadership has decided to close the recreation area to public use each Wednesday through the season's closure in October.This Week in the Garden: Spring garden chores are nearly here
Winter is winding down and the days are noticeably longer, which means that the pressure of spring garden chores will soon be facing all of us. However, there is still time this month to attend one or more educational talks or workshops before we are overwhelmed with must-do tasks.Government corner wrap up: Appeal heard on proposed bike-share stations
SANTA CRUZ >> The Santa Cruz Transportation and Public Works Commission met for a special meeting Monday to consider appeals to two proposed bike share stations that would replace on-street parking on Seabright and Pacific avenues. The appeal for metered parking space removal near 526 Seabright Ave. was denied in a 3-2 vote, with Vice Chairman Philip Boutelle and Commissioner Robert Orrizzi opposed.Coast Line: Neighbors host Feb. 21 speaker panel
The Santa Cruz Neighbors group will feature a guest panelist for its meeting from 7-8:30 p.m. on Wednesday at the Santa Cruz Police Department Community Room, 155 Center St. Panelists will be from Santa Cruz County and the city of Santa Cruz administrative offices will be able to speak briefly on topics of their choice. The officials recently have been working together.Closer look: Santa Cruz council wades into rent control, eviction rules with emergency vote
SANTA CRUZ >> Though on opposite sides of an issue, Melissa George, a landlord, and Robert Cavooris, a renter, have something in common: They both find Santa Cruz's rental situation precarious. On Tuesday, the Santa Cruz City Council set in place temporary rules related to how quickly residential landlords can raise their rents and under what circumstances they can oust their tenants.Santa Cruz family tries to report carjacking, robbery that left them penniless in Mexico
SANTA CRUZ >> A Santa Cruz Beach Flats couple, their 3-year-old son and two parents - all U.S. citizens - are recovering after four men armed with assault rifles carjacked and robbed the family traveling in southwest Mexico this month. The family was about 15 miles beyond a toll road in Las Cañas in the state of Michoacán about 11:30 a.m. Feb. 7, when a burgundy Honda CRV stopped the family's 2006 Honda Ridgeline towing a 1982 Jeep Willy, ordered them to get out and leave all cell phones, wallets and money behind, Lalita Kirkland told the Sentinel on Friday.Stephen Kessler: Heads up, governor; UC is failing
Forgive me if I dispense with the honorific, but you've been working for me for most of both our lives, and we've even met a couple of times at receptions here in Santa Cruz County, so I feel as if I know you personally. I've always admired your rigorous Zen-Jesuit intelligence and held you in high regard as a politician.Quakes reduce chances of more quakes in the same spot, study finds
A new US study suggests that earthquakes tend to release pressure, making the exact earthquake spot less likely to rupture again in the near future. Researchers at the University of California, Santa Cruz, studied 101 major earthquakes between 1990 and 2016, and found that while "a halo of aftershocks" predominantly surrounded the area where a fault initially slipped, the exact area was unlikely to experience another strong quake immediately afterwards.Mainland Debut Inspirational New Track HOMETOWN, Premiering on BILLBOARD
"The weirdos and transients roam the streets after dark," he says. But as the song declares in the opening line of the chorus, "I broke out of my hometown," Topf didn't let the woes of where he's from hold him back.New Leaf markets in Felton and Boulder Creek to become Wild Roots
Bob Locatelli, owner of New Leaf markets in Felton and Boulder Creek, will end his franchise with New Leaf Community Markets in April and rename his stores 'Wild Roots Market.' Daughter Kristi Locatelli is the chief operating officer and Nellie Donovan, right, is general manager.Letter: Dignity does not offer all services that women need
I am amazed that Dignity Health Foundation ran the exact same half page ad in the Feb. 14 issue that I debunked over a year ago on your Letter to the Editor page. That was the first and last time I saw it in print.Coast Line: Street pet outreach clinic offered Feb. 23 in Santa Cruz
Santa Cruz Veterinary Street Outreach will host a wellness clinic from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Feb. 23 at the Homeless Garden Project Workshop, 30 West Cliff Drive. The organization is a new program offering basic veterinary care to pets of people who are homeless.Breaking through the HIV vaccine a logjama : UC Santa Cruz lab reports...
Biomolecular engineering graduate students Rachel Doran and Gabriel Byrne are reflected in the glass of a ClonePix 2 robot as they flank UC Santa Cruz mammalian cell expert Meredith Wright. Faculty and students at UCSC are using the robot in their work to develop an HIV vaccine.Sheriffa s Office patrols schools day after Fla. mass shooting
SANTA CRUZ >> School dropoff and pickup patrols are priorities for day-shift deputies every day, including the day after the mass shooting at a Florida high school on Wednesday, a Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office spokesman said. As a precaution and part of the daily routine, about eight sheriff's deputies increased security at more than 20 schools in unincorporated Santa Cruz County.
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