We are extremely proud of the fact that we have been covering news, sports, and local events on the Central Coast for more than 100 years, and we are very excited about our ability to share all of that work with you. We have digitized our historic archives allowing you to take a look back at stories throughout our, and the Central Coast's, history. But, it might be daunting to start looking. So, we primed the pump a bit. Go through this collection of our 'From the Vault' articles and get an idea of what is available to you.
Jeff McNeil played in the All-Star Game Tuesday night.
Yes. Major League Baseball's All-Star Game. The Midsummer Classic.
He went 0-for-1 in the game, representing the New York Mets for the National League, which lost 4-3.
As reporter Mathew Burciaga was waiting for Vice President Mike Pence to make his way to Vandenberg Air Force Base, he was struck with an inte…
The onset of summer and the imminent arrival of July can only mean one thing in Santa Maria and around the county: The Santa Barbara County Fa…
It's June in Lompoc: School's just ended for the year, the weather is getting warmer, the days are getting longer and the start of summer is just around the corner. In Lompoc, there's one more thing for which this time of year is known: The Lompoc Valley Flower Festival
An era is about to end in the Santa Ynez Valley with the imminent sale of Nielsen's Market, the longtime store on Alamo Pintado Road just off …
There are many debates to be had on things concerning the Central Coast. However, there's one topic that, frankly, is not up for discussion. This one involves the area's Greatest Athlete of All-Time. And there's only one correct answer: Napoleon Kaufman.
Gunther Cunningham – a widely regarded professional football defensive mind who graduated from Lompoc High and briefly played at Hancock College – has died from a brief battle with cancer. He was 72.
Cunningham put together a coaching career that spanned nearly four decades, coaching in college, NFL and the Canadian Football League.
However, long before running professional football defenses, he immigrated to the United States via Munich, Germany, and then resided in Lompoc – where he became a standout for the Braves football team.
As Danny Duffy embarks on his eleventh major league season, now is a good time to look back on his career as a high schooler at Cabrillo and t…
This is the first in a weekly series that will explore the Times' sports pages of past using our giant archives that have recently been digiti…