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The annual pop-up mall will host over 50 vendors on the grounds of the Ojai Rancho Inn on December 7.
Fees for using Los Padres Forest may be changing soon.
The CHP is still investigating the incident.
The 27-year-old victim is in critical condition.
Last month, the Dance Alliance made the painful decision to shutter its offices to downsize without affecting the current programs on offer.
Santa Ynez Valley Hot Shot crew member Sean Misner was among the fallen in the June incident.
The 52-year-old man is being treated for non-life threatening injuries.
A surveillance photo puts the man in the downtown library in mid-November.
The question of affordable and accessible hospital services has been raised.
In response to an urgent call for support starting in September, Casa Esperanza Homeless Center has been able to stay open during its transition to a 24-hour sobriety-based shelter program.
Twenty-seven former campaign and administration staffers of Gov. Brown released a letter today urging him to impose a moratorium on fracking in California.
On Saturday, December 7, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Casa Dolores will be holding its annual Latin American Arts & Crafts sale, which features Latin American artists from the Santa Barbara and Ventura areas.
Relief is on the way for the Santa Maria Branch Jail.
A little after 11 p.m. on 12/5, an Atlas V rocket is scheduled to launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base in Lompoc.
The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians donated $20,000 to help underwrite construction costs for Habitat for Humanity’s 12-unit affordable townhouse project now underway at the corner of Canon Perdido and Milpas streets.
Several people — including politicians Janet Wolf, Roger Aceves, Paula Perotte, and Ed Easton, and Goleta Valley Chamber of Commerce president Kristen Miller — gathered Monday night at the Goleta Valley Community Center to discuss forming an Old Town Community Association.
Detectives with the Police Department’s Property Crimes Unit arrested Santa Barbara resident Rosemary Baugh on 11/27 after an investigation revealed she had taken over $650,000 from an 80-year-old man with Alzheimer’s disease.
The Santa Barbara Dance Alliance (SBDA) needs $15,000 before the end of the year. If it can’t get it, the organization risks losing its downtown offices at the Arts and Culture Center.
The Pacific Coast Business Times reported 12/3 that the Marshalls building at 900 State Street was recently sold for $14.3 million in an all-cash, off-market deal.
X headlines the Majestic Ventura Theater; Biko hosts Advance Base.
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