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The severely emaciated dog could barely stand when an animal control officer and a Watsonville firefighter plucked him from duckweed at the edge of the water and ferried him to safety in an inflatable boat Saturday. Comment?
Q Are there any improvements along Highway 1 than can help make the drive, especially on the weekend, from Santa Cruz toward Monterey more enjoyable and timely where the highway goes from four to two lanes between Watsonville and Castroville? ... Why doesn't Caltrans or Monterey County build a four-lane road east of Elkhorn Slough? A ... (more) Comment?
Jiayao Huang traveled from a small village in China four years ago to pursue an education in the United States. Comment?
A 22-year-old man driving recklessly on Green Valley Road was arrested Friday on gang and gun charges, according to the Santa Cruz County Gang Task Force. Comment?
Cabrillo College will host presidential candidate forums on Wednesday and Thursday at the Cabrillo College Watsonville Center, 318 Union St., and at the Aptos campus, 6500 Soquel Drive: Wednesday, Watsonville Center, Room A150: Farley Herzek, 10-10:30 a.m.; Marie-Elaine Burns, 10:45--11:15 a.m. Wednesday, Aptos Campus, Samper ... (more) Comment?
This year marks the 30th anniversary of Morhauser's Annieglass Inc., known for its selection of handcrafted glass tableware that is not only elegant and functional, but also dishwasher-safe and chip-resistant. And while former presidents, royalty and movie stars have all dined off her plates for decades, Morhauser will open up the doors to her ... (more) Comment?
There is an elephant in the room. The power structure of Santa Cruz County from agri-business, to the environmental groups and even the Sentinel Editorial Board are united in their refusal to acknowledge it. Comment?
The statewide dissolution of redevelopment agencies as of February 2012 has been nothing short of a debacle and has resulted in the filing of more than 100 lawsuits by cities and counties against the state Department of Finance, with many more to come. Comment?
Ben Jacques-Maynes of Watsonville grinds through the second half of a 19.6-mile time trial in Morgan Hill on Friday. Comment?
For the beleaguered city of Watsonville, however, which was one of the 42 cities offering tax credits to employers or hiring local workers and purchasing new equipment, it doesn't much matter. Comment?
Thank you for your coverage of Measure T and editorial, "No on T in Watsonville." It's clear that paving prime farmland is not the smart answer to Watsonville's economic challenges. Comment?
Dominican Hospital is doing slightly better than the national average in treating Medicare patients with a heart attack, heart failure and pneumonia and avoiding a costly return to the emergency room. Comment?
Sandy is a wonderful young dog that comes in a unique and beautiful package. She has short, two-toned blonde fur and striking golden eyes to match. Comment?
After reporting to police that two teens tried to steal his bicycle and iPod in Aug. Comment?
The median sales price, the midpoint of what sold, was $640,000 in April, the highest in five years, according to Gary Gangnes of Real Options Realty, who tracks the numbers. Comment?
Santa Cruz is once again under stage one water restrictions -- the fourth time in the last seven years that inadequate rainfall has reminded us that our current water supply is simply inadequate. Comment?
Little more than a year after its celebrated remodel, Ristorante Barolo in Aptos has closed. Comment?
A 60-year-old Watsonville woman was arrested on suspicion of felony driving under the influence after a Monday night crash in which a Watsonville man suffered major injuries, according to the California Highway Patrol. Comment?
The case stemmed from a video obtained by Watsonville police last week. The video allegedly shows Barbara Garcia, who is pregnant, hitting her boyfriend's 15-month-old daughter. Comment?
A 7-Eleven planned for Freedom Boulevard will be able to sell beer and wine, the Watsonville City Council decided Tuesday. Comment?