A NEW LOOK IS COMING TO THE FAR END OF THE SANTA CRUZ MUNICIPAL WHARF. A PROPOSAL HAS BEEN MADE FOR A LARGE NEW RESTAURANT AND REPLACING OLD, ROTTED PILINGS THAT HAVE PUT THE WHARF IN A PRECARIOUS STATE. AFTER 50 YEARS ON THE WHARF ANDY’S BAIT AND TACKLE SHOP IS SLATED TO BE REPLACED BY A NEW CAPE COD CRAFTSMEN STYLE RESTAURANT. There is no time frame for when Andy's will be demolished or the pilings replaced, according to Bonnie Lipscomb, the city's Economic Development director.
HEPATITIS C AND INTRAVENOUS HEROIN USE CONTRIBUTED TO THE DEATH OF A WOMAN IN THE SANTA CRUZ COUNTY JAIL. 27 YEAR OLD CHRISTY SANDERS WHO WAS SERVING A 60 DAY SENTENCE FOR A PROBATION VIOLATION, WAS REPORTED HAVING TROUBLE BREATHING AT AROUND 9 P.M. ON AUGUST 16th CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS RESPONDED BUT WERE UNABLE TO RESUSCITATE CHRISTY.
STUDENTS FROM EAST SALINAS HIGH KICKED OFF A FUND-RAISING CAMPAIGN TO ATTEND THE PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION IN WASHINGTON D.C.
ON THURSDAY ABOUT 60 PUPILS PARTICIPATED IN THE CAMPAIGN, WHICH REQUIRES THAT HALF THE TOTAL COST OF THE TRIP BE PAID BE NOVEMBER 5th. STUDENTS PLAN TO HOLD CAR WASHES, FOOD SALES, RAFFLES, TALENT SHOWS, CARNIVALS AND RUMMAGE SALES. 4 YEARS AGO 33 SALINAS STUDENTS RAISED 75,000 DOLLARS FOR A TRIP TO WATCH PRESIDENT OBAMA’S INAUGURATION AND THREE FOURTHS OF THE GROUP WENT ON TO ATTEND FOUR-YEAR
A physician based in soquel has been sanctioned by the state medical board. Doctor thomas yarema faces 3-years’ probation, for prescribing medical marijuana to a patient that was later stopped while driving with a digital scale and marijuana in his vehicle. An investigation revealed that doctor yarema wrote the prescription without obtaining the patient’s medical records. The incident occurred before yarema started at the center for wellness and integrative medicine in soquel, (where he now practices). Yarema’s license will be reinstated after the probation period, if he completes a series of training courses.
The man accused of kidnapping and murdering morgan hill teenager sierra lamar did not appear in santa clara county court yesterday, as he was expected to. An attorney for antolin Garcia-torres requested that the hearing be continued, so that the defense could analyze evidence that was recently introduced by prosecutors. The motion was granted, and Garcia-torres is now set to appear in court September 26th. He has not yet entered a plea to the charges.
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