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 arrest, escaping 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.
More Articles ...
- Janus employees negotiate 062018 0700 CM
- Panetta bill HR 6135 062018 0617 CM
- Oversized vehicles banned in Salinas 062018 0543 CM
- Seaside Fireworks 062018 0534 CM
- Hiring Fair Thursday 06/19/18B 21:09 S.S.
- Thursday Roadwork 06/19/18B 21:03 S.S.
- Volunteers Sought In Wville 06/19/18B 18:45 S.S.
- Fire Near Parkfield 06/19/18B 17:30 S.S.