Five candidates vying to be Santa Barbara County's next 3rd District supervisor debated issues Wednesday ranging from preserving agriculture and the Gaviota Coast, to gaming at the Chumash Casino and whether Isla Vista belongs in the district.
The first day of the 2007 Santa Maria Elks Rodeo is in the books.
The seriousness of supporting dozens of local charities, programs and nonprofit organizations throughout the year does nothing to dampen the high spirits, energy and camaraderie of the Santa Maria Breakfast Rotarians.
For many years, the Christmas Parade of Lights was organized and run by the Lions Club of Santa Maria. During the first years, the parade ran south on Broadway, from Fesler to Boone streets. Surprisingly, traffic was allowed to continue on Broadway, using the western lane, and the parade ran…
It was Champions Day Sunday at the Elks/Unocal Events Center.
Dolores A. Doran, founder/director of Coastal Voices has announced openings for sopranos, altos, tenors and basses for the 2006-2007 season. Rehearsals are on Monday nights from 7:15 to 9:15 p.m. at Saint Andrew United Methodist Church, 3945 South Bradley Road in Orcutt.
Two men whose ad-hoc weed-clearing efforts along a local trail allegedly caused the devastating Jesusita Fire in May have been charged with misdemeanor violations of county codes, the Santa Barbara County District Attorney's Office announced today.
Awaiting in Santa Barbara this weekend: a nighttime boat parade, holiday “revels,” dueling “Nutcrackers” and much more!
Sen. John Boehner (R-Ohio) unveiled his spiffy old Republican retread of a jobs program, left over from the failed Bush administration, when the U.S. lost millions of jobs and the economy and stock market crashed, heading toward a second Great Depression, in order to try to take attention aw…
The 26-year-old man convicted of murdering former Lompoc police Officer Richard May sobbed openly in court Thursday as his mother testified about his troubled early childhood.
Keep that umbrella handy, because more rain is on the way for the Central Coast.
Hancock College’s Brittany Garcia goes up for a shot against Las Positas’ Crystal Florida during Thursday night’s Bulldog Classic at Hancock’s Joe White Gymnasium in Santa Maria. Garcia nailed two key free throws to seal the Bulldogs’ 66-61 victory.
In the closing minutes of the Cabrillo/Nipomo girls basketball game, Cabrillo head coach Mark Tasch was yelling, “Anybody but her! Anybody but her!” from his side of the gymnasium.