Watsonville Local Business
Local business in Watsonville, CA
14 hrs ago | via Scientific American
In California, groundwater deposits are getting saltier as cities and farms extract more water than is replenished naturally, allowing ocean water into the porous aquifers. Credit: Wonderlane/Flickr In California, groundwater deposits are getting saltier as cities and farms extract more water than is replenished naturally, allowing ocean water into the porous aquifers. Comment?
Sunday Mar 1 | via Automotive News
Michelle Primm, managing partner of Cascade Auto Group in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, received the Barbara Cox Anthony Automotive Woman of the Year award from Cox Automotive. The award, which is named for a late owner of Cox Enterprises, the parent of Cox Automotive, recognizes female business leaders who are committed to improving the auto industry. Comment?
Friday Feb 27 | via Santa Cruz Sentinel
WATSONVILLE >> Granite Construction shares dropped more than 5 percent Friday after announcing a slight drop in fourth quarter revenues and a slight increase in revenues for the full year. Granite Construction, one of the top 25 largest construction companies in the U.S., specializes in complex infrastructure projects primarily in the transportation sector. Comment?
Thursday Feb 26 | via Chain Store Age
Watsonville, Calif. Expenses in benefits, share-based compensation, and inventory that exceeded forecasts helped keep West Marine Inc. in the red during the fourth quarter of fiscal 2014. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 24 | via Santa Cruz Sentinel
Lucas Willey of La Selva Beach, center with sport coat and tie, waits in a jobs fair line stretching out the door of Goodwill in Santa Cruz on Tuesday. Lucas is looking for work after taking time out to be a stay-at-home dad. 14 comments
Saturday Feb 21 | via Patch.com
Answer five questions on SFO's Facebook page, and you could win the two non-stop, round-trip tickets! Contest runs through March 6. San Francisco International Airport is celebrating the Chinese New Year by launching a contest for two non-stop, round-trip economy tickets to China, officials said Thursday. The tickets are good for travel on China Southern Airlines from San Francisco International Airport to Wuhan with continuing service to Guangzhou. Comment?
Friday Feb 20 | via Santa Cruz Sentinel
Watsonville officials expect the business, tucked between a Grocery Outlet and several car dealerships, to bolster the city's tight finances with $30,000 to $40,000 in sales tax revenue annually. The store, which caters to rural and suburban lifestyles with merchandise ranging from clothing and tools to pet and livestock supplies, will feature 5,000 square feet of retail space inside and another 15,000 square feet outside. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 17 | via Santa Cruz Sentinel
WATSONVILLE >> Nancy Pauken filed a claim with the Santa Cruz County District Attorney's consumer affairs office to get back the money she paid for a year's membership at Lifestyle Fitness which closed abruptly Jan. 12. Consumer Affairs coordinator Robin Gysin notified the Lifestyle Fitness owners to return Pauken's money in 15 days, but Pauken said she hasn't received a dime. Lifestyle Fitness last posted on its Facebook page Jan. 28, saying credits should be posted by the end of the month and suggesting members might be able to get credit with whoever goes into the space at 25 Penny Lane. Comment?
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