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November 28, 2020

What is and is not allowed in a shelter-in-place order

Jurisdictions throughout the U.S. have imposed shelter-in-place orders for their residents in an attempt to slow or stop the spread of coronavirus,...

Police warn of porch pirates, offer tips to stop them

WATSONVILLE—Watsonville police are warning the public to be on the lookout for holiday package thieves, and are suggesting a few simple safeguards...

County officials open new Aptos Public Safety Center

The sprawling Aptos Village Project got its newest neighbor Monday when Santa Cruz County officials officially opened the Aptos Public Safety Center.
PVUSD

Virtual graduation to be PVUSD’s first

WATSONVILLE—For the first time in Pajaro Valley Unified School District history, the stadiums, athletic fields and auditoriums that traditionally fill with cheers,...
Watsonville covid-19 testing

Watsonville Covid-19 testing site now open to all area residents

WATSONVILLE—The Covid-19 community testing site at Ramsay Park in Watsonville is now open to all residents of Santa Cruz and Monterey counties.

Apple pie contest needs entries

Entries are sought for the 41st Annual Santa Cruz County Farm Bureau Apple Pie Baking Contest during opening day of the Santa Cruz County Fair, Sept. 13. The entry deadline is Tuesday, Sept. 5, postmarked no later than 11:59 p.m. This contest is sponsored by the Pajaro Valley apple growers, shippers and related industries as well as pie lovers throughout Santa Cruz County and the Pajaro Valley. It has been organized by the Santa Cruz County Farm Bureau since 1977. 
covid-19 father's day

Officials hope guidelines slow virus’ spread on Father’s Day

WATSONVILLE—The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Monday updated its recommendations for personal and social activities, giving people a brief playbook...
CZU August Lightning Complex fires

Central Coast, Bay Area fires have leveled more than 1,000 structures

Four major fires throughout the Central Coast and greater Bay Area have destroyed at least 1,055 structures, various Cal Fire agencies announced...

DA will not file charges in Cabrillo threats case

The Santa Cruz County District Attorney’s Office will not file charges against an Aromas man who reportedly made threats against someone at Cabrillo College.
extended learning program

Extended Learning Program dishes thousands of bags to area students

WATSONVILLE—A huge program is underway in Watsonville to help keep students finely tuned and focused on education through the summer.