Capitola Commission on the Environment Has Open Seats

Capitola Commission on the Environment Has Open Seats

Application Deadline: Tuesday, March 14, 2017 The Capitola City Council is seeking applications from community members with an interest in protection and enhancement of the City’s environment. Commission members help promote sustainable development, greenhouse gas reduction measures, and green building techniques, as well as aid in protection and enhancement of Soquel Creek, the ocean and […]

The Lion in Winter … in Ben Lomond!

The Lion in Winter … in Ben Lomond!

Mountain Community Theater is proud to present the acclaimed play The Lion in Winter by, directed by Wendy Edmonds. The production opens at Ben Lomond’s historic Park Hall on Friday, March 10, and continues on weekends through Sunday, April 2. Friday and Saturday performances are at 8:00 p.m. Sunday matinees are at 2:00 p.m. on […]

Subtle Secret in New MVCS Athletics Logo

Subtle Secret in New MVCS Athletics Logo

Monte Vista Christian School in Watsonville has hidden a secret in plain view in its new athletic logo — and once people find it, they love it. MVCS student Dennis Yang can’t see it yet. He has been looking at his school’s newly designed athletic logo for about 30 seconds, when he begs, “Give me […]

Focus Agriculture Class XXVII Selected

Focus Agriculture Class XXVII Selected

Twenty-One Community Leaders Named to 2017 Program Twenty-one community leaders have been selected for Class XXVIII (28) of the Focus Agriculture program. This “first-in-the-nation” program is designed for community leaders to learn about agriculture in Santa Cruz County and the Pajaro Valley. Each year, nearly 50 applications are received for this program, and the Agri-Culture […]

Scotts Valley Times: March 2017

Scotts Valley Times: March 2017

Fifth District Update by Bruce McPherson • Santa Cruz County Veterans’ Job Fair • TPG’s 17th Annual Poetry Contest Winners • The Lion in Winter… in Ben Lomond! • San Lorenzo River Symposium to Focus on Flow • Highway 35 (Bear Creek Road) Closed one week • Lehrer tribute returns to Kuumbwa Jazz • 7th […]

Community Bridges Celebrates 40 Years of Service!

Community Bridges Celebrates 40 Years of Service!

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY — Community Bridges is kicking off the agency’s celebration of 40 years serving the community, representing a journey to become one of Santa Cruz County’s largest nonprofits. The agency’s 10 human services programs include Meals on Wheels for Santa Cruz County, Lift Line, and its four family resource centers, among others. With […]

Aptos Times: March 1, 2017

Aptos Times: March 1, 2017

Rancho Del Mar Community Meeting by Zach Friend • Cruz’n Thru PD – Living Well with Parkinson’s Disease • Aptos Post Office is NOT a Drive-In • Valencia Road Update by Jason Hoppin, Communications Manager, Santa Cruz County • Local Authors Converge at Kelly’s Books • Aptos High Mock Trial Team Top In County • […]

Capitola Soquel Times: March 2017

Capitola Soquel Times: March 2017

Updates from Capitola City Hall by Jamie Goldstein, Capitola City Manager • Cabrillo Ethics Bowl Team Wins Regional • New Veterans Information Center • Museum Explores Capitola’s Natural Wonders by Frank Perry, Curator, Capitola Historical Museum • Storm Safety courtesy Central Fire District • Public Meetings on Draft Plan for Oil and Gas Leasing in […]

Residents, Businesses Asked to Report Storm Damage

Residents, Businesses Asked to Report Storm Damage

The County of Santa Cruz and local cities are asking residents who suffered significant damage to their home, business or property during recent storms to report the damage immediately. Doing so may help themselves and others across Santa Cruz County qualify for federal aid to help rebuild. Local governments have set up a simple, 10-question […]