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“We are not going to solve these problems overnight, but we are demonstrably moving forward,” agreed Board Chairman and 2nd District Supervisor Gregg Hart.
“People have lost their lives, their loved ones, their jobs. Schools have been closed, many businesses and so on,” Children’s Resource and Referral Chief Operation Officer Jacqui Banta said. “The one constant, in our community, that has certainly served as a quiet backbone to the essential workforce and inevitably to our health care systems and economy, is child care.”
The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department confirmed an additional 89 COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, as well as one death as a result of …
A Santa Maria man was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of child sex crimes following a monthslong investigation by police detectives.
Mayor Jenelle Osborne kicked off the meeting with an elections presentation, extending a certificate of acknowledgement to Mosby for his service to the community.
A Santa Maria couple that runs a family care center has sued Santa Barbara County Child Welfare Services for placing a foster child into their home who had been accused of sexually assaulting other children, according to a lawsuit filed last month in Los Angeles federal court.
DeLira is being recognized for her dedication to low-income seniors who require homemaker and personal care services.
Horses that hold onto fears of specific rather than common items are doomed to be anxious and nervous their entire lives in the presence of those items. Taking the time to get them comfortable with that object will add to the enjoyment for horse and rider. Many riders even exacerbate the fears by avoiding the very things they should help the horse get used to.
The Santa Maria City Council announced Tuesday that a retirement resolution would be released for Champion this month, along with a resolution for retiring Santa Maria Police Chief Phil Hansen.
A driver was killed in a single vehicle collision near Highway 1 and Hancock Drive near Lompoc Wednesday.
Residents of Santa Barbara County’s 3rd Supervisorial District can meet with Supervisor Joan Hartmann without leaving home during her virtual …
Following a course set in motion by Lincoln before he was assassinated, moderate Republicans and Democrats from both sides believed that it was the responsibility of the government to take actions and put forth messages that would promote unity. They believed that if these things were done, then gradually the people of the nation would adopt an attitude of national unity.
CalMatters Commentary - With grades falling and absenteeism rising, a new study says that school closures may cause more deaths than leaving them open.
Lita Wright, a 2019 Santa Ynez Valley Union High School graduate and member of Colgate University's Class of 2023, has earned the spring 2020 …