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The Latino organization is again at risk of losing its Montecito Street building.
The supervisors voted 3-2 to support a bill written by State Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson encouraging law enforcement agencies to implement a policy for conducting gun-database searches ahead of welfare checks.
The Board of Supervisors on 8/19 unanimously approved antenna-system additions proposed for various sites in Montecito by Crown Castle, an agent of Verizon, after previous meetings of the board and the Montecito Planning Commission resulted in requests for the company to make the additions more aesthetically compatible with the area.
County Fire will use three separate donations to strengthen its prevention and response efforts this fire season.
Three homeless shelters spread throughout the county will receive a combined $345,000 through June 2015.
UCSB continues to attract more students from out of the state and country, following a trend across the University of California system. Of UCSB’s 4,655 incoming students this fall, 519, or 11 percent, hail from out-of-state or abroad.
A $78,517 donation from Pacific Coast Energy Company — which operates 96 cyclic steaming wells near Orcutt and has applied for 96 more — has put the “No on Measure P” campaign in the fundraising lead over the “Yes” camp, which has raised $44,876.
The Los Angeles–based garage rockers are heading out on tour his week, possibly with a new pet in tow.
Miri Mara’s ceramics studio and showroom expresses a sophisticated sensibility.
It’s been a busy year for this Santa Barbara quartet, who’ll release a new LP this fall
Wine journalist’s 1978 article on Sanford & Benedict Vineyard; plus 1982 article on Sanford Winery.
Director/producer brings his new film about the iconic TAMI Show to Carpinteria’s Plaza Playhouse Theater on August 23.
Santa Ynez Valley museum hosts first-ever exhibit examining wine country history.
Chapala Street restaurant brings its Crabfest to Santa Barbara.
Meet S.Y. Kitchen’s globe-trotting mixologist Alberto Battaglini.
Has the racial hatred shown toward our president filtered down?
Guns or butter? Why what happens in Isla Vista won't stay there...
Believer’s Edge shines welcoming light on Santa Barbara County Jail’s departing inmates.
To say the least, Henry "Hank" Hart Poett Campbell has been a busy boy in his first two weeks of life.
Nicolas and ex-wife Juana exchanged accusations of sexual abuse against sons.
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