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Draft Highway 9/SLV Complete Streets Corridor Plan Available

Draft Highway 9/SLV Complete Streets Corridor Plan Available

The Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) recently released the draft Highway 9/San Lorenzo Valley Complete Streets Corridor Plan. The draft plan identifies, evaluates and prioritizes the most critical and cost-effective transportation improvements along the San Lorenzo Valley’s primary travel corridor. Highway 9 is the economic center for the towns of Felton, Ben Lomond, […]

SLV & SV Meal and Food Programs: January 2019

SLV & SV Meal and Food Programs: January 2019

Tuesdays through Saturdays (also 4th Mondays). Valley Churches United, Food Pantry and Food Distribution programs. Tues-Thurs 9-11:45 and Saturday 10-11:45. 1st and 3rd Fridays 9-11 are for seniors only. USDA Distribution on 4th Monday 10-1. For SLV, Scotts Valley, and Bonny Doon residents. Ben Lomond, corner of Highway 9 across from Ben Lomond Market, 336-8258. […]

Calling all Flappers & Bootleggers

Calling all Flappers & Bootleggers

Join the Scotts Valley Chamber for a Roaring 20’s Community Awards Gala Join the Scotts Valley Chamber of Commerce on January 19 from 5-10 p.m. at the Community Awards Gala as we honor the leaders in our community that make Scotts Valley such a special place. The theme for this year’s Gala will be the […]

Scotts Valley Year in Review 2018

Scotts Valley Year in Review 2018

A look back on some of the highlights featured in Scotts Valley Times in 2018 January On January 1, 2018 under the Adult Use of Marijuana Act, dispensaries opened their doors to customers 21 and over for recreational use. February Scotts Valley Spelling Bee Winner Owen Mercer, a student at Scotts Valley Middle School, advanced […]

The Flu is Back! Be a Flu Fighter!

The Flu is Back! Be a Flu Fighter!

Last year the flu hit Santa Cruz County hard. In response, the Central California Alliance for Health (the Alliance), which provides health care services for 350,000 California residents-including one in four residents here in Santa Cruz County, is launching a “Be a Flu Fighter” vaccine campaign this flu season. Flu vaccines are free and can […]

William Clayton Greene Fine Jewelry Design

William Clayton Greene Fine Jewelry Design

Shimmer and Shine this Holiday Season By Erin Kelly-Allshouse On December 15th, William Clayton Greene Fine Jewelry Design in Scotts Valley will celebrate the holidays with an open house and Christmas sale from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. William Clayton Greene Fine Jewelry Design has helped make the holidays sparkle with diamond and gemstone jewelry […]

Snow Flurries fall in Scotts Valley

Snow Flurries fall in Scotts Valley

WOW! There is only one word for Gabriella’s Snow Day this year … A-mazing! This year, Team G Childhood Cancer Foundation, a nonprofit established in 2013, just completed the 6th Annual Gabriella’s Snow Day on December 1st at Scotts Valley’s Skypark. In collaboration with Esther B. Collishaw Memorial Foundation, Ow Family Properties, MJS Packaging, SnoWonder, […]

Measure A Parcel Tax

Measure A Parcel Tax

To Protect the Value of a Great Education in Scotts Valley By Derek Timm The success of the Scotts Valley Unified School District is the envy of the rest of Santa Cruz County. Ninety-Six percent (96%) of Scotts Valley students graduate from high school and 95% go on to college. Our schools have won numerous […]

Miracle on 34th Street, The Play

Miracle on 34th Street, The Play

Live on Stage at Ben Lomond’s Park Hall Nov. 16 – Dec 9 Mountain Community Theater is proud to present its very own version of the heartwarming holiday classic, “Miracle on 34th Street, the Play,” directed by Peter Gelblum. The production opens at Ben Lomond’s historic Park Hall, 9400 Mill Street, on Friday, November16, and […]