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This Memorial Day weekend the California Highway Patrol will begin new Measure A funded safety and enforcement patrols on Highway 166 East.
A fine example of literature turning to climate change with humor and cautious optimism.
Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics (SBNC), which for 40 years has provided essential medical and dental care to patients, regardless of their ability to pay, is facing a financial emergency which could force the organization to close its doors.
General Aviation was alive and well May 18 as 60 teenagers took the controls of an airplane for the first time at the Santa Ynez Airport, courtesy of the Santa Barbara and Santa Ynez chapters of the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA).
On Sunday , May 26th of Memorial Day weekend, Veterans for Peace of Santa Barbara will be setting up Arlington West at the foot of Stearns Wharf .
The British bluesman played Santa Barbara on Wednesday, May 22.
The East Coast hip-hop duo delivered a refreshingly honest and lengthy set on Tuesday, May 21.
Headed by Prof. René Weber (Ph.D, M.D.), researchers from the Department of Communication have founded the Media Neuroscience Lab (http://medianeuroscience.org) in the Department of Communication at University of California, Santa Barbara.
Dr. Patricia Bragg, CEO/President of Bragg Live Food Products and Founder of Bragg Health Institute, along with internationally acclaimed classical-crossover vocal recording-artist and health advocate Duchess Sylvia Valentina, will present a BraggHealth Lecture and Program entitled, ‘The Bragg Healthy Lifestyle - You are what you Eat, Drink, Breathe, Think, Say and Do’ as part of a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new greenhouse at San Marcos High School beginning at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, May 23, 2013.
SoCal Gas Company officials detail elements of the proposal to expand the field near Goleta Beach.
Gaviota Coast Conservancy fights against bid to build barn.
Caltrans relinquishes the route that includes Cliff Drive and Las Positas Road.
The amazing (auto) biography of Peggy Hurst and her vintage VW van.
find it almost impossible to believe that Nick Welsh would "pan" the efforts of a citizen group attempting to find ways to save $53 million of county money and 18 months of consumer frustration with highway construction.
Sometimes good insurance agents make bad decisions.
Novelist Max Schott brings lit to life Wednesdays at S.B. Central Library.
Eric Hvolboll's article on his family's stand against the panga boat invasion was fascinating, both for its historical perspective as regards smuggling, and for the disturbing naïveté of the family’s decision to defend themselves with a .410 shotgun, which they chose to train on at 4 a.m., in their moment of danger.
Cyclists blaze through S.B. during Stage 4 of the 750-mile tour.
There are parents who feel compelled to attend other people’s children’s events, and those who think that’s whack.
Vista de las Cruces schoolkids learn about nature through the garden program, which allows them hands-on experience.
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