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Santa Cruz is located in central California along the coast of the Pacific Ocean. Santa Cruz was one of the earliest Spanish settlements during the exploration of Alta California, in the late eighteenth century. They even established a mission on the site on which Santa Cruz now stands. When California was ratified as a state in the United States, during the late 1800s, the city of Santa Cruz became popular because of its idyllic beaches and coastal redwood forests.

Population: 54593
Local Newspapers: Santa Cruz County Sentinel
Local Sports Teams: LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings
Local Colleges: University of California-Santa Cruz

Zip Codes associated with santa cruz, california: 95060 95062 95064 95065 95066
Towns/Cities near santa cruz, california : Twin Lakes Opal Cliffs Paradise Park Live Oak Soquel Capitola Rio Del Mar Felton Scotts Valley

Santa Cruz News
Quick Bites: Farmers Market opens Tuesday

Felton >> The Felton Farmers' Market kicks off Tuesday, May 2, for another round of afternoon sun in the downtown corridor off Highway 9. The market will be open 2:30-6:30 p.m.every Tuesday through October. Connecting residents with local farms, many growers are within 10 miles of the market.

Watsonville city council may declare fiscal emergency

As seen on this plaque, the Watsonville police facility was originally constructed 35 years ago. WATSONVILLE >> City manager Charles Montoya has asked Watsonville's city council to adopt a resolution declaring the existence of a fiscal emergency due to "failing infrastructure" of the city's facilities.

Valencia Elementary School closed until road reopens

Carrie Jett lives next to Valencia Elementary School, but her daughter is being schooled at temporary classrooms at Aptos High School. APTOS >> Tall grass and weeds flanked Valencia Elementary School's empty classrooms Tuesday as two kindergarten teachers gathered materials for their students displaced for more than two months.

MAJK: Santa Cruz's Crazy-Talented Up-and-comers

When up-and-coming local band MAJK practices, they sometimes make room at lead singer Kelly Koval's house. But usually, they'll end up cramming into cellist Alexis Hawks' studio apartment, with Jeff Kissell lugging over his upright bass, and the other band members crowding around.

World renowned molecular biologist and former UC Santa Cruz chancellor dies

Robert Sinsheimer, an internationally recognized biologist and chancellor emeritus of UC Santa Cruz, died Saturday in Santa Barbara at the age of 97. "Dr. Sinsheimer left an indelible mark on campus and in the greater scientific world," said current UCSC Chancellor George Blumenthal. "He was a tireless advocate for UC Santa Cruz and was widely respected by the campus community."

Letter: Ionic bond simile didna t work, but nice try though

I enjoyed reading the article, " Bay Area gears up for March for Science " by Lisa Krieger, which appeared in Saturday's Santa Cruz Sentinel. Unfortunately the article included a rather odd simile: "But faced with a threat, the sprawling community is pulling together as tightly as an ionic bond." As any chemist knows, ionic bonds are weak and readily dissociate when the substance is placed in water.

Five Bay Area schools labeled among top 100 schools in U.S.'; Santa Cruz charter is tenth

Five Bay Area high schools, three of them small charters, were listed among the nation's top 100 public schools, according to an annual ranking published Tuesday by U.S. News & World Report. Santa Cruz's Pacific Collegiate Charter was ranked tenth in the nation, the highest rating of any school in California.

Santa Cruz County wants more accessory dwellings

Marian Wolfe of Vernazza-Wolfe Associates explains costs to build an accessory dwelling and financing options at a meeting on April 17 in Ben Lomond hosted by the Santa Cruz County Planning Department. BEN LOMOND >> People are building accessory dwellings in the unincorporated parts of Santa Cruz County, but half of them are doing it without a permit.

Santa Cruz, Habitat for Humanity build granny flats for seniors to a age in placea

The Whitleys are the first Santa Cruz family to take part in Santa Cruz's new My House My Home program. Clockwise from left: Dwayne, Carrie, Sterling and Brenda Whitley.

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Humboldt has its own complicated and multifaceted relationship with its best-known cash crop. Whether you are hip enough to call it cannabis or still call it "the dope," it's tough to fully appreciate the extent of its influence on our county.

Former Seattle Police Chief Norm Stamper on Police-Community Relations

Stamper Appearance Energizes the Police Review Board Discussion Forum Raises the Level of Public Debate On Saturday, April 29th from 1:30 to 4:00, the ACLU of Northern California, Santa Cruz County Chapter, will host a forum at the Resource Center for Nonviolence on Police-Community Relations.

Salinas gives clues as to who may get permits to play their cannabis game.

In January 2016, the Salinas City Council voted to allow cannabis dispensaries, commercial cultivation, production and delivery services to operate within city limits. Last July, Salinas City Attorney Chris Callihan told the Weekly he expected permits would be issued by the fall.

Watsonville Earth Day Festival focuses on children

The colorful ramparts of an inflatable fortress tower over Watsonville Plaza Sunday afternoon as children slip and slide down the structure during the Earth Day-Day of the Child Festival. WATSONVILLE >> Although Sunday's Earth Day celebration in Watsonville was for the children, engaging information for adults was on display in the city plaza - some of it presented by teenagers.

Ocean Street Extension residents rally against Santa Cruz housing project

Members of the Ocean Street Extension Neighborhood Association listen to a presentation about the proposed development at 1930 Ocean Street Extension on Sunday. SANTA CRUZ >> A sign over the back door of the Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Posse meeting house reads, "No Sniveling" and whether she knows it or not, Ellen Aldridge of the Ocean Street Extension Neighborhood Association has taken the advice to heart.

Gail Jack: High density may be the housing answer

Every day it becomes clearer that Santa Cruz needs more housing. Our choices are limited: we can deny it, we can rally against it, or we can carefully manage it to make our community better and more livable for everyone.

Bald eagles in L.A. County: An American environmental success story

And though their peripheral vision is over 300 degrees, they aren't looking around when another male or female eagle catches their eye. These birds mate for life.

Santa Cruz deputy will not face charges for killing teen

The Santa Cruz County sheriff's deputy who shot and killed a 15-year-old boy who had stabbed his father and uncle with a pocketknife while on LSD last year will not face criminal charges, District Attorney Jeffrey Rosell announced Friday morning. An investigation by the District Attorney's Office found no legal wrongdoing on the part of Deputy Chris Vigil, who shot Luke Smith, an Aptos High School student, in a neighborhood north of Watsonville on Nov. 19. Vigil has nine years of experience in law enforcement with the Santa Cruz and Atherton police and the sheriff's office.

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