Watsonville Local Business
Local business in Watsonville, CA
Saturday Oct 25 | via KAIT-TV
By HAVEN DALEY Associated Press WATSONVILLE, Calif. - A Silicon Valley startup has developed technology to let dispatchers know when a police officer's weapon has been fired. Comment?
Friday Oct 24 | via CBS Local
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Friday Oct 24 | via KSBW-TV
KSBW has named Brittany Nielsen as weekday morning anchor of the California Central Coast's No. 1 rated KSBW Action News 8 Sunrise. Comment?
Friday Oct 24 | via Berkshire Eagle
In this photo taken Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014, Jim Schaff, vice president of marketing with Yardarm, holds a sensor that fits into an Airsoft replica of a Glock 17 handgun in San Francisco. A California-based startup has designed new law enforcement technology that aims to automatically alert dispatch when an officer's gun is unholstered and fired. Comment?
Thursday Oct 23 | via Santa Cruz Sentinel
WATSONVILLE >> Sales were up slightly in the third quarter for West Marine, the country's largest boating chain, but net income dropped overall, the company reported Thursday. Total revenues were up 1.6 percent in the quarter driven by the company's ongoing merchandise expansion, store optimization strategy and a strong wholesale business, said Matt Hyde, West Marine CEO and president. Comment?
Sunday Oct 19 | via Santa Cruz Sentinel
Monarch Services is honored and grateful to be the recipient of the Sereno Group's third quarter 1 percent For Good Award supporting a charitable or community-minded group committed to making a positive difference in our community. The generous agents of Sereno Group Santa Cruz presented Monarch Services with a check for $17,000 supporting Monarch's Child & Youth program, through which at least 2,500 kids in our community annually receive services, helping many exposed to domestic violence "unlearn" behaviors leading to continued violence, and helping all teens learn from curriculum focused on healthy relationships - in person and online. Comment?
Friday Oct 17 | via Packer
ANAHEIM, Calif. - After finishing a four-day, 275-mile ride, cyclist Raina Nelson was overwhelmed with a mix of emotions. Comment?
Friday Oct 17 | via Packer
Available in 6-ounce retail bags and 3-pound foodservice bags, the product is harvested throughout the year from 4Earth farms in the Baja Mexico peninsula, according to the release. "The response to Kalettes has been overwhelmingly positive," Mark Munger, vice president of sales and marketing, said in the release. Comment?
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