Jones made the announcement at the Cabrillo College Governing Board’s June 5 meeting. Jones took the job in July 2013 on a three-year contract.
The sale involved months of planning, and scores of volunteers aged 12 to 82.
The parade, which typically boasts nearly 200 entries every year, will feature floats, dance groups, dogs, children, civic groups, antique cars, the Watsonville Community Band and more.
“We want the community to understand the importance of the Porter Gulch Review,” said Margarito Rodriguez, a member of the English 1B class that publishes the book.
The Santa Cruz County Bank recently donated a gift package to Teen Kitchen Project. Photo contributed
The $14 million project, which broke ground in September, will include two new rides, more ticket windows, a new Fright Walk experience, two arenas for The Vault Lazer Maze and more. Despite a wet winter that slowed construction, park officials are eyeing
Ofelia Garcia (right) of the Friends of the Aptos Library speaks to a crowd gathered to celebrate the opening of the walk-through garden at Aptos Library. Photo by Bek Sabedra
Some merchants in the Capitola Village are keeping their doors open till 8 p.m. to cater to the local crowd. Photo by Tarmo Hannula
Arturo Sejudo, 19, of Watsonville is shown with a robot that he and other students competed with in the Second Annual NASA Swarmathon at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla. Photo by Tarmo Hannula
Thanks to all of you who came and enjoyed our Hats Off to Spring Fashion show at the Beautiful Seascape Beach Resort. We showcased shopping locally with fashions from many of our local stores: Cinnamon Bay, Aptos Shoes and Apparel, Kickback Boutique, Patr