Nugget is a Nice Guy!

Nugget is a Nice Guy!

Nugget’s (A233191) story starts with him as pup in another shelter. He was taken in by a dog rescue that placed him with a family with kids and other dogs. He grew up there and, while he loves people and enjoys the company of those dogs, he wasn’t able to share well with the other […]

Aptos High Production of “My Fair Lady”

Aptos High Production of “My Fair Lady”

Performance dates/times: Preview March 23 – 7 p.m. March 26 – 3 p.m. March 30, 31, April 1, Matinee – 2 p.m. & Evening Finale 7 p.m. Coming to the Aptos High Performing Arts Center: My Fair Lady, A Musical Comedy based on the Greek play Pygmalion, with book by Alan Jay Lerner and music […]

Mother’s Day Run/Walk for Shelter Returns

Mother’s Day Run/Walk for Shelter Returns

33rd Annual Race Ramsay Park, 1301 Main Street, Watsonville Sunday May 14 from 7 – 11 a.m. – First race starts at 7:45 a.m. Pajaro Valley Shelter Services (PVSS) presents the 33rd Annual Mother’s Day Run/Walk for Shelter Fundraiser on Sunday, May 14 at Ramsay Park in Watsonville that includes a 10K Run, 5K Run-Walk […]

Museum of Art and History’s Poetry and Book Festival

Museum of Art and History’s Poetry and Book Festival

Dive beneath the printed word at an evening featuring the most impressive poetry and book arts in Santa Cruz County. Enjoy poetry readings from powerful new voices as well as some of the county’s most seasoned and sublime. Make paper, bind booklets, drip ink and transform the printed page into book art sculptures, envelopes, guerrilla […]

Storm Damage: Valencia and More Seeing Repairs

Storm Damage: Valencia and More Seeing Repairs

By Zach Friend, Santa Cruz County Supervisor 2nd District The County recently topped $70 million in storm damage to public roads and infrastructure just in the unincorporated area. This number is expected to increase as there are still a number of sites that have reported damage but full engineering and cost estimates haven’t been completed […]

Christian Youth Theater Presents Peter Pan

Christian Youth Theater Presents Peter Pan

The shows take place at the Cabrillo Crocker Theater March 24 – April 2 with a large cast of talented Christian Youth Theater (CYT) actors, flying children, fairy dust, a full orchestra and beautiful sets and props by Cabrillo’s own Skip Epperson. Six Performances: Friday, March 24 at 7 p.m. • Saturday, March 25 at […]

Chanticleer County Park Receives Grant

Chanticleer County Park Receives Grant

The County of Santa Cruz announced a National Park Service grant of $500,000 to help build the first phase of Chanticleer County Park, which will include the County’s first all-inclusive playground. The planned 4.5-acre park includes the LEO’s Haven playground, restrooms, parking, pathways and improvements to the existing community garden, bike pump track and off- […]

Castro Adobe State Park Bilingual Curriculum

Castro Adobe State Park Bilingual Curriculum

Grant Funds FSCSP Grades 3-4 English-Spanish Curriculum Friends of Santa Cruz State Parks (FSCSP) announced it has developed bilingual curriculum detailing the California Mexican Rancho Period at the Castro Adobe State Historic Park in Watsonville. FSCSP will provide the materials free to educators via their website. Funded by a $3,000 grant from the California State […]

CASA Training starts May 1

CASA Training starts May 1

You may not be able to change the world, but you can change the life of a child in foster care. You do not have to be a lawyer or social worker to volunteer as a Court Appointed Special Advocate. CASA volunteers are everyday people, trained by CASA and then appointed by judges to advocate […]

Dr. Nancy M. Leung

Dr. Nancy M. Leung

D.D.S., M.S., Orthodontist By Edita McQuary It has been 10 years since Dr. Nancy Leung first opened her orthodontic practice in Watsonville. In 2012 she saw a need for orthodontics in Santa Cruz mid-county and opened an additional office in Aptos. Her interest in dentistry came about when she first accepted an undergraduate work-study assignment […]