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Advocates and family members of inmates have planned a balloon release Sunday as part of an effort to show support and bring awareness to thos…
Santa Barbara County's mobile COVID-19 testing unit is being moved to Lompoc on Friday to support expanded testing in the area, county public health officials said Thursday.
The Lompoc City Council spent nearly an hour Tuesday night discussing potential ways to manage the mobile syringe exchange program that has been offered in the city since 2016 by the Pacific Pride Foundation. Some community members have accused the organization of promoting drug use and blamed the controversial syringe exchange program for a proliferation of used needles being discarded in Lompoc’s streets, alleys and parks.
Lompoc's 2020 SpringFest celebration, which typically kicks off the local festival calendar, was canceled Friday amid growing concern surrounding COVID-19, the coronavirus that has become a global pandemic.
Lompoc’s 2020 Fourth of July fireworks show, which was thought to be dead two months ago, was revived Tuesday night with a new host site and several potential new elements.
Lompoc’s public parks have lost amenities and been the subject of frequent complaints from residents over the past couple years, but that trend may be set to reverse course in 2020.
American Veterans United Inc. will host its Family BBQ from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 24, at Ryon Park, 800 W. Ocean Ave.
The Lompoc Police Foundation will present the 17th annual Lompoc Police Car Show from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 10, at Ryon Park. That event will be preceded by a special Cruise Night event along portions of Ocean Avenue from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 9. The cruise, in which participants can show off their eye-catching vehicles, will jump-start that night’s Old Town Market festivities, which will carry the theme of Public Safety Night.