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California health officials reported the state’s first coronavirus death of a child on Friday, saying the victim was a teenager and had other health conditions.
A Santa Barbara County Sheriff's civilian employee tested positive for COVID-19, according to a spokeswoman on Thursday.
Madden, who was Hancock's head football coach for the 1962 and 1963 seasons, didn't just coach football on the Central Coast. He wove himself into the fabric of the area.
A developer who couldn’t drum up support for his plans for a European-style plaza, a scaled-down plaza and then simply a hotel in Solvang said…
Residents in Santa Barbara County are among those nationwide who have received “mysterious and unsolicited seeds from China,” and the County A…
Thousands of unlicensed cannabis plants and several hundred pounds of dried product linked to a grow site near Highway 166 were seized by detectives with the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office following a search warrant on Wednesday, according to a spokeswoman.
Fenenga founded the boys volleyball program at Santa Ynez and led teams to jaw-dropping levels of success. The Pirates won seven CIF Southern Section titles and made the finals 10 times.
An additional 91 COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in Santa Barbara County and 349 cases are still active, the county Public Health Departmen…
Three inmates at the Santa Barbara County Jail who previously tested positive for COVID-19 were later found to be negative after they were retested with several employees, whose results also turned out to be negative, according to a sheriff's spokeswoman.
Solvang city leaders expect the COVID-19 roller coaster to continue for as long as a year, so the City Council will likely keep Copenhagen Drive closed to vehicles and purchase street furniture for its businesses that have moved outdoors to survive.
When Johansson set roots in 1999, Los Alamos was a charming but unproven market.
Due to the statue's location on private property at Mission Santa Inés, the city of Solvang has no jurisdiction over the issue.
Bent and Susy Olsen will celebrate 50 years in business on Saturday, Aug. 1, with a daylong golden anniversary fete on their outside patio complete with Kringle, layered cake, coffee and music. And everyone is invited.
The three-generation family business recently announced that the 2020 pumpkin growing season is officially in full swing. And corn is on the way too.