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Glenn Morris, the new president/chief executive officer of the Santa Maria Valley Chamber of Commerce and Visitor & Convention Bureau, is eager to support entrepreneurship.
Subtropical moisture pushing up the coast from Baja California is bringing above-normal temperatures and more humidity to Santa Barbara County.
Santa Barbara County Superior Court Judge Colleen Sterne denied the city of Santa Barbara-proposed gang injunction this past Tuesday, ending a two-year fight between injunction proponents and opponents since the case's trial concluded in June.
Three people were injured in a vehicle rollover crash on a Highway 101 offramp at Clark Avenue in Santa Maria.
The Santa Barbara County Search and Rescue Team is looking for new members to fill its next search and rescue training academy.
Some readers may recall the UC Santa Barbara professor who was so incensed at seeing pro-life demonstrators that she attacked a teenage girl and stole her protest sign.
A dog was mauled to death at a Santa Barbara County Animal Shelter on Thursday after the gates to several kennels were left open, releasing several dogs.
The Pacific Coast Business Times is pleased to announce our 2014 class of Spirit of Small Business award winners.
After two weeks of physical and mental challenges, 23 local young people representing six different law enforcement agencies will graduate on Saturday, July 26, from the Central Coast Law Enforcement Explorer Academy at the Dick DeWees Community Center located at 1120 West Ocean Avenue in Lompoc.
Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants announced today a new partnership with Makar Properties to open its newest boutique hotel in Goleta, Calif., The Goodland.
Share your business news, including employee announcements and personnel moves, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.] A Wells Fargo bank will move into the former Blockbuster location on Milpas Street in Santa Barbara, slated to open in early 2015.
Santa Barbara's tourism industry posted its highest numbers in city history last year, revealing that more people are visiting the area and contributing more cash to city coffers.
An associate professor of feminist studies at UC Santa Barbara on Thursday pleaded no contest to three misdemeanor charges - including battery - related to a confrontation she had with an anti-abortion group on campus in March.
The first 300 dogs or cats to sign up in the month of August will receive half off participating organizations' already affordable surgery prices.
Pacific Coast Oil downgraded to Market Perform from Outperform at Wells Fargo Wells Fargo downgraded Pacific Coast Oil to Market Perform saying regulatory uncertainty will persist into the November elections in Santa Barbara County.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 01:10 am
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