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April 6, 2020

Tandy Beal & Company pays tribute to musical director Jon Scoville

APTOS—Jon Scoville has always been eager to open his mind to new music. Growing up as a minister’s son...

Embattled Santa Cruz County judge announces retirement

SANTA CRUZ—Santa Cruz County Superior Court Judge Ariadne Symons on Monday announced she will retire from the bench at the conclusion of...

Farmers markets to reopen

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY—Catherine Barr, Executive Director of Monterey Bay Certified Farmers Markets, was in good spirits Tuesday. She had just received news...

‘Keep smiling:’ Longtime Aptos High custodian dies

Robert “Bobby” Salazar, the unofficial mayor of Aptos who served as security guard and maintenance man for Aptos High School for more than four decades, and who was known for his ever-present smile and exhortations for everyone he met to “keep smiling,” died March 17 after a battle with cancer. He was 62.

Man arrested for injury DUI, other crimes

SANTA CRUZ—A Salinas man wanted for a robbery in Salinas – and a DUI in Morgan Hill – was arrested Sunday in...

New safety center to open in Aptos

A new mid-county safety center will open in the new Aptos Village development in early 2019, county officials announced.

Local author kicks off crowdfunding campaign

Allison created P.I.N.K. Backpack, a series of digital handbooks aimed to teach girls ages 8-10 and their parents about gender equality. The handbooks cover everything from responding to gender bias to understanding consent.

Early morning fire levels Aptos restaurant

APTOS — An early morning fire roared through the popular Hideout restaurant in Aptos Monday.

CHP: Unlicensed teen driver was drunk, had gun and billy club

A California Highway Patrol officer arrested a 16-year-old boy early Wednesday morning on suspicion that he was driving under the influence of alcohol, CHP officer Sam Courtney said.

County officials monitoring coronavirus outbreak

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY—The World Health Organization on Thursday declared the spread of coronavirus a global health emergency, saying that its spread can...