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The Watsonville Public Library received a grant designed engage immigrant communities through public programs. The library was one of 12 in California to win the grant and will receive up to $5,000. The library’s leadership is looking to the public for program ideas and a survey can be filled out at the library or online at cityofwatsonville.org.

A  27  year-old  Santa  Cruz  woman,  who  drove  a  patrol  car  at  2  Santa  Cruz  County  Sheriffs  deputies,  has  pleaded  not guilty.     Jessica  May  Lowe  made  her  first  appearance  in  court  today.  Lowe is charged with attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon,   resisting arrestescaping from custody and vehicle theft.    She is being held in Santa Cruz county jail without bail.

Crews  expected  to  be  making  road  repairs  next  week.    20  minute  traffic  delays  can  be  expected  on  Hall  Road  at  Johnson  Road   next  Monday  and  Tuesday.     They’ll   be  working  between  6:30  a-m  and  10:30  p-m,   to  fix  a  sinkhole.

The  publics’  assistance  is  being  sought in  connection  with  the  burglary  of  a  pacific  grove  business.    The  suspect  was  caught  on   camera,   and  so  pacific  grove  police  officers  are  asking  for  help  identifying  the  burglar  who  grabbed  some  jewelry  and  fled  from  the  store.

7  people  were  arrested  this  morning  in  Salinas,  after  law  enforcement  officers  served  a  narcotics-related  search  warrant  at  a  home  on the  500  block  of  victor  street.     The  7  face  a  variety  of  charges.    They  were  booked  into  Monterey  county  jail.   

A  woman  was  able  to  rescue  a  man  who  was  stuck  in  a  burning  vehicle  this  morning.     Both  adults  are  o-k  after  the  local  nurse  saw  an  accident  occur  on  highway  101,   as  she  was  driving  home.     A  moment  later,  she  realized  the  car  had  caught  fire,   so  she  stopped  and  helped  to  extricate  the  man.

More than 200 cars predating the 1950s are being showcased on Saturday on the Santa Cruz Wharf. The 24th annual Woodies on the Wharf event will feature music and prizes. Santa Cruz Woodies on the Wharf is a nonprofit that donates a majority of the proceeds to other organizations throughout the county. The event runs from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

A new festival is coming to Capitola in September after the city council approved a special event permit last week. The Beach Festival is slated for Sept. 29 and 30 and is the successor to the Begonia Festival, which had its 65th and final celebration last year. That festival came to a close because begonias would no longer be grown in California. The new festival would take cues from the prior festival by featuring a nautical parade and the sand castle competition.

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