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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: Soif Wine Bar to host gin tasting

SANTA CRUZ >> Soif Wine Bar & Restaurant is hosting a gin tasting from 2-4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 26, with distiller Kevin Aslan from San Francisco-based Anchor Distilling Co. Aslan will speak on various botanicals used in Anchor's Junipero, Old Tom and Genevieve gins, and the different processes for making these.

Developing: Murder suspect in Maddy Middleton case back in court

Adrian Gonzalez was 15-years-old when he was arrested on suspicion of killing 8-year-old Madyson Middleton in 2015 at their Santa Cruz apartment complex. Tuesday's transfer hearing is where the judge is expected to decide if Gonzalez will be tried as an adult or a juvenile.

Coast Line: Santa Cruz Public Library hosts book publishing workshop Sept. 11

11 at the Santa Cruz Public Library downtown upstairs meeting room, 224 Church St. She will cover today's book business including the good, the bad and the ugly of self-publishing, then share tips for connecting with editors and agents, as well as creative ideas to help writers refine the craft, and practical thoughts on book promotion. Pay at the door, or pre-register by contacting Friends of the Santa Cruz Public Libraries at or 831-621-0800.

Thousands gather across Inland Empire to view partial solar eclipse

Third graders Issac Flores, left, Heather Contreras, middle, and Jonathan Monroy, react as they view the eclipse on Monday, Aug. 21, 2017 at Sultana Sports and Science Academy in Ontario. Fourth-grade students put on their protective glasses as they view the solar eclipse at Corona Ranch Elementary School in Corona on Monday, Aug. 21, 2017.

Preschool plants seeds at Natural Bridges campus

Natural Bridges Children's Center co-director Karyn Schmidt, parent/teacher Kara Nickel and co-director Allie Maffei are holding an open house this week for parents who may want to enroll their children in the preschool. SANTA CRUZ >> Much of what used to be Natural Bridges Elementary School has languished in the two years since it was occupied.

Fog foils Great American Eclipse for much of Santa Cruz County, but spirits stay sunny

Eclipse watchers safeguard their eyes with welding masks along the Bear Creek Road overpass of Highway 17 Monday. APTOS >> Persistent clouds and a wet blanket of fog put a damper on direct viewing in Santa Cruz County of Monday morning's highly anticipated eclipse.

Psychedelic medicine: the potential, the people, the politics

It was quite a comedown in the 1970s when research into psychedelic medicine was virtually shut down in the West . Many countries were beginning to classify psychedelics as "schedule 1", making them illegal, on the grounds that they were drugs of "abuse" with no agreed-upon medical use.

Coast Line: Talk about work cooperatives Aug. 24 at Live Oak Grange

This free event is designed for anyone who would like to learn more about a non-hierarchical business model empowering workers to become their own boss. The program features a film about a Bay Area worker cooperative, presentations by founders of local worker-owned businesses Peddlers Express and Community Printers, with discussion to follow.

What happened to monuments to fallen regimes around the world

While the United States grapples with how to deal with roughly 1,500 symbols of the Confederacy in the wake of the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, other nations have taken more decisive action on the monuments of defeated governments. President Donald Trump this week made the argument that the removal of Confederate monuments could lead down a slippery slope to the taking down of monuments to the Founding Fathers; he also implied the removal of Confederate monuments was tantamount to changing history.

AWC hires new VP of Finance, Administrative Service

In a recent news release, the college announced the hiring of a new vice president of Finance and Administrative Service, Shahrooz Roohparvar, over the summer. Roohparvar replaces Carole Coleman, who retired last December, AWC said.

Batch of 50 new Santa Cruz City Schools teachers prepares for first day

Enthusiasm and positive energy fill the room during orientations for Santa Cruz City Schools' new certified staff this week. SOQUEL >> By Wednesday morning, nearly 50 teachers new to Santa Cruz City Schools institutions will disperse across town to their respective classrooms, welcoming students back on the first day of school.

Santa Cruz County Stories: UCSCa s Lindsey Dillon provides a model of...

UC Santa Cruz assistant professor of sociology Lindsey Dillon has committed herself to resisting the loss of environmental data and regulations during the Trump administration. Occupation: Assistant professor of sociology at UC Santa Cruz, and chair of the steering committee of the Environmental Data and Governance Initiative .

Yellowjackets in the Santa Cruz Mountains: Pests may be increasing due to heavy rains

Bee and wasp removal professional Jeff Perez destroys a yellowjacket nest for a client on Cathedral Drive in Aptos. SCOTTS VALLEY >> When Santa Cruz Mountains resident Sara Culley accidentally stepped on an underground wasp nest in her yard earlier this month, she went into a blind terror, she said, as the insects surged up her leg, under her shirt and along her back - stinging her 27 times.

Letter: Walking trail a wonderful way to get to Shakespeare

I wanted to thank Santa Cruz Shakespeare for their awesome walking trail from the end of Park Way to their venue in the Audrey Stanley Grove at DeLaveaga Park. What could be better than Shakespeare at Delaveaga? Being able to walk there from our home.

How to defeat Trumpism in British Columbia over the long term

Yesterday at Vancouver's Stand Up to Racism Rally , writer Jessie Kaur Lehail said it's "not okay to be silent" and it's "not okay to be apathetic". White voters preferred Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton by a 21 percent margin, according to an exit poll by Edison Research.

Weird Things You Never Talked About Before Having Kids

Lindsey Hunter Lopez is a freelance writer and general mother hustler with degrees from University of California, Santa Cruz and New York University. Lindsey resides in Northeast Los Angeles with her husband, bulldog, and two hilarious p... My two preschoolers are an endless source of unexpected questions and comments - from "What does someone's spirit look like?" to "Isn't it hard work having two children?" Then there was the time my son told me he was scared of the squirrels we saw on our walk.

Gary Griggs, Our Ocean Backyard: Coastal invasions

We are nearly surrounded by plants here on the Central Coast that came from somewhere else. Today some are known as cash crops and others as invasive species.

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