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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
Hatched! Baby bald eagle attracts shutterbugs at Milpitas school

An eagle soars through the air near its nest at Curtner Elementary School in Milpitas on Thursday. A recent proliferation of eagle nests in the Bay Area could signal a rebound in eagle populations.

Coast Lines, April 22, 2017: Roast of Zach Friend will benefit playground

Capitola Aptos Rotary is hosting a Zach Friend Dinner and Roast 5:30-9 p.m. May 5 at Seascape Golf Course, 610 Clubhouse Drive. Zach Friend is a Santa Cruz County Supervisor and speakers include Rick Martinez, Supervisor Bruce McPherson and Steve Allen.

Water district mulls ways to sweep French broom from Santa Cruz sandhills

The sandhills in Zayante's Olympia Watershed are being inundated by invasive French Broom, but eradication has many challenges. FELTON >> The management of land as sensitive and rare as the sandhills habitat in the Santa Cruz Mountains is complex - no perfect solution exists for some problems.

Stephen Kessler: Will the MAH become a victim of its own success?

The Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History, affectionately known as "the MAH," is one of the big success stories of local cultural life. Under the direction of Nina Simon and the efforts of stalwart staffers like Marla Novo and Robbie Schoen, what used to be a conventional repository of art and historical memorabilia has been transformed into a vital community institution with an imaginative range of participatory programs to bring in people who might not otherwise be inclined to ogle an oil painting.

Photo of the Day: Serving up a good cause

Santa Cruz City Council member Richelle Noroyan ladles a helping of soup to Prya Butler at the 18th Annual Soupline Supper, benefiting the Homeless Services Center at the Cocoanut Grove Thursday. The event featured signature soups, fresh salad, gourmet breads and delicious desserts from over 50 local restaurants.

Home + Garden Digest: Iris society to host annual Iris Show

SANTA CRUZ >> The Monterey Bay Iris Society is holding its annual Iris Show at the Louden Nelson Community Center from 1-6 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, April 29-30.

Coast Lines, April 21, 2017: Valley Churches begins a Bucks for Hungera

Valley Churches United is kicking off its 27th annual spring Bucks for Hunger fundraising drive with a mailing that residents will receive in April. After the winter season, Valley Churches is looking forward to the fundraising response being the best ever to help those in need.

Thousands toke doobage at UC Santa Cruz for 420 celebration

Smoke fills the air as the 420 celebration is reflected on a participant's sunglasses Thursday. SANTA CRUZ >> The origins of 420 are as ephemeral as a cloud of bong smoke, yet the annual tradition has persevered on the UC Santa Cruz campus for a simple reason - university students like to "toke doobage." And toke doobage they did Thursday afternoon.

Ministers, rabbis speak against hate crimes targeting Santa Cruz church

SANTA CRUZ >> Local faith leaders are rallying behind a Santa Cruz church leader facing a rash of hate-infused obscenities and acts of vandalism against his congregation and its rainbow-flag banner in the Circles area since November. A group of 34 people - clergy and laity - from Santa Cruz County signed a letter to support the Rev.

Santa Cruz commissions post-winter storm drone footage of San Lorenzo River

David Levy is working with Santa Cruz Public Works to chart the winter's impact on the San Lorenzo River using his drone to create a video. SANTA CRUZ >> Storm-fueled waters raged along the San Lorenzo River this winter, reaching their peak during a storm on Feb. 7 .

Letter: Sanctuary city ruling has negative consequences

I can recall a front page Sentinel photo in November 1989 of President George H.W. Bush and Mayor Mardi Wormhoudt walking amid the rubble on Pacific Mall. President Bush was being briefed by Mayor Wormhoudt as to the destruction caused by the October earthquake to the town.

Home + Garden Digest: Art of Santa Cruz to host open house

CAPITOLA >> Art of Santa Cruz, a gallery in the Capitola Mall that showcases the work of local artists, will host an open house from 6-8 p.m. on Friday, April 21. Attendees can visit with artists and view demonstrations. Light refreshments will be served.

Trial dates set in separate homicides from 2014

SANTA CRUZ >> The Bates brothers sat in shackles at opposite corners of the jury box of Santa Cruz County Superior Court on Wednesday morning. Marcus Taylor Bates, 25, and Michael Clarence Bates, 22, are accused in the rolling gun battle and death of Alejandro Garcia Sanchez on Aug. 2, 2014, on Mission Street in Santa Cruz.

Cory Doctorowa s plausible vision for the near future

Tickets: $29.42 buys two tickets to the event, and a book voucher that can be exhanged for Cory Doctorow's 'Walkaway' or John Scalzi's 'The Collapsing Empire' Somewhere between utopia and dystopia is the future that awaits us all. And though dystopia is currently the default setting in the popular imagination, Cory Doctorow is here to remind us that there are rich possibilities in between heaven and hell.

Durbin and Quiet Riot highlight Boardwalk concert series

Santa Cruz rocker James Durbin will return this summer to his natural habitat – the outdoor stage at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk – but this time he'll be bringing his new high-profile band with him. Last month, Durbin was named as the new singer for metal giants Quiet Riot, and on July 7, Durbin and Quiet Riot will headline the Beach Boardwalk's free Friday summer concert series.

Santa Cruz County recognizes volunteers

Jose Sanchez and Lizbeth Diaz are volunteers with Friday Night Live, a program offered by the County of Santa Cruz Health Services Agency. "It's a part of a movement for good that does not get enough attention," said Karen Delaney, who heads the Volunteer Center of Santa Cruz County , which helps match people with volunteer opportunities.

Rainy winter likely to bolster mosquito populations in Santa Cruz County

A swab is taken from a dead bird found in Watsonville after being transported to Santa Cruz County Mosquito Abatement / Vector Control on Wednesday. SANTA CRUZ >> A historically rainy winter could lead to more mosquitoes but not necessarily more disease-bearing bugs in Santa Cruz County, a Santa Cruz County Mosquito Abatement and Vector Control official said.

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