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SC Recycling Website- 3/19/18-1604-PMD

The City of Santa Cruz has launched a recycling website. The site offers a quick and easy online Recycling Guide that helps residents and businesses learn how to properly recycle or dispose of more than 250 items. The site can be accessed at city of santa cruz dot com slash recycle right



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Capitola DUI Center-3/19/18-1555-PMD

of Santa Cruz has opened a new DUI Resource Center IN Capitola. The center is located across from the DMV at 4245 Capitola Road., Suite 202. The center offers restricted license and related insurance resources as well as DUI program resources to DUI offenders. Janus will be celebrating the grand opening of the DUI Resource Center with free tacos, treats and information on Wednesday, March 28th from 12pm-1pm. 

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SC Harbor Flea Market-3/19/18-1516-PMD

The Santa Cruz Harbor has announced they will be hosting a Marine Flea Market. The 4th annual Marine Flea Market will take place from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Saturday March 31st at the harbor boat yard. To reserve a vendor booth, please contact the boatyard at (831) 475-3002. There is a 10 dollar Vendor Fee.

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Alleged Molester Posts Bail-3/19/18-1627-PMD

An alleged child molester has been released from the Monterey County Jail on bail. 58 year old Bill Harvey is man accused of raping physically and developmentally disabled children on his bus route for The Salinas Union High School District. On Friday Harvey was released from jail after posting 730 thousand dollars bail. He is due back in court on March 28th.


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Dignity Health Workers Reach Agreement to Protect Jobs, Patient Care   03-19-18   T.A.

(10:35) Fifteen-thousand healthcare workers in California ratified a new, five-year contract with Dignity Health.   The new contact was created in an effort to help protect jobs and patient care, as the company prepares to merge with Catholic Health Initiatives.  Under the new contract, workers who are members of SEIU-United Healthcare Workers West, will maintain fully-paid, employer-provided family healthcare, and will receive 13 percent raises spread over five years.  Dignity Health will contribute an additional $500,000 a year to a joint labor-management training program that helps workers stay up-to-date with the changing healthcare environment and advance their careers.  The new contract expires April 30, 2023.


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Santa Cruz Bartender Makes National Finals in Las Vegas 03-19-18 T.A.

(08:40) Santa Cruz - A Santa Cruz Bartender has been selected as one of the best 8 flair bartenders in the United States and will compete in the National Finals in Las Vegas next week.   Bar manager of Front & Cooper, Blaze Montana, along with 7 other flair bartenders will compete for the opportunity to represent the Unites States of America in the International Bartender’s Association World Flair Championship, later this year in Estonia.   Blaze will also compete in a national speed bartending charity competition, “Barmania”, which raises money for St. Baldrick’s Foundation. 



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Thief Arrested 03-19-18 T.A.


(06:55) Monterey - A man was arrested on Saturday in Monterey after he was caught with stolen property.  Deputies found a car, believed to be involved in a string of burglaries along the central coast at the Mid-Valley Shopping Center.  During a search of the vehicle deputies uncovered stolen purses, credit cards, passports and electronics.  Suspect, Reynaldo Gomez, was arrested and Booked into Monterey County Jail.  To view the stolen items visit: the Department’s Facebook Page or Contact the Monterey County Sheriff’s Office. 


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101 Fatality Near Gilroy-3/18/18-1639

The CHP is investigating a fatal accident that took place Saturday morning. Authorities say that at about 8:15 a.m. A southbound Ford Explorer rear ended another vehicle near Buena Vista Drive. The driver, a 20 year old woman, died at the scene. Three passengers were also hospitalized. Drugs and alcohol are not believed to play a role in the accident.


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