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  • Save Our Shoes Cleanup-4/23/17-1459-PMD

    (15:07) MONTEREY BAY- The Save Our Shores Earth Day clean-up took place on Saturday. Five hundred and thirty three volunteers from Santa cruz and Monterey Counties focused on cleaning up Read More
  • SC Earth Day Parade-4/23/17-14:41-PMD

    (14:49) SANTA CRUZ- An estimated four thousand people gathered at Santa Cruz City Hall, on Saturday. The gathering was the beginning of A March for Science event organized to coincide Read More
  • Greenfield Election-4/23/17-1423-PMD

    (14:28)SALINAS- The last day to request a vote by mail ballot for the City of Greenfield Special Parcel Tax Election is tomorrow (Tuesday). Ballots can still be requested in person Read More
  • Highway 68 Project -4/23/17-1409-PMD

    (14:16) MONTEREY- This week the next stage of construction for the Highway 68 Roundabout project begins. During this stage of construction, additional congestion is expected in the eastbound direction along Read More
  • Zach Friend - Roast 04/22/17B 14:38 S.S.

    Another benefit is coming up for the first all-inclusive playground slated to be constructed in Santa Cruz county. The Capitola-Aptos Rotary plans to host a dinner (and roast) of 2nd Read More
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Flooding, Road Closures As Heavy Rains Fall On Saturated Ground

After years of praying for rain, Santa Cruz County has had more than its fill. Looking for something to bet on now that the Super Bowl is in the past? Try betting on whether 17 will stay open!

Take A Look At Some Local Flooding

WATSONVILLE IS REPORTING SIGNIFICANT ENERGY SAVINGS AFTER SOLAR PANELS WERE INSTALLED ON THREE MAJOR FACILITIES LAST YEAR. THE 2.9 MILLION DOLLAR SOLAR PANEL PROJECT CALLED FOR 450 240-WATT SOLAR PANELS TO BE INSTALLED ON CITY HALL, THE MUNICIPAL SERVICE AND WATER RESOURCE CENTERS. AUTHORITIES SAY THE THREE SITES HAVE GENERATED OVER 526-THOUSAND KILOWATT HOURS OF SOLAR ENERGY, A SAVINGS EQUIVALENT TO OVER 42-THOUSAND GALLONS OF GAS, 377 TONS OF C-O-2 AND OVER 3-THOUSAND 60-WATT LIGHT BULBS. FURTHER ANALYSIS OF HOW MUCH POWER WAS GENERATED SINCE THE PROJECT FIRST TOOK OFF IN DECEMBER IS SLATED FOR NOVEMBER.

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