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GUEST COMMENTARY When it comes to concerns about COVID-19 in health clubs, initial research suggests these are far outweighed by the benefits of physical activity.
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Cottage Health will expand and relocate its current rehabilitation facility into a newly designed center at the Goleta Valley Cottage Hospital…
A Santa Barbara County Sheriff's custody deputy on Monday pleaded not guilty to sex-related charges in a case involving several female jail inmates, according to an attorney.
The Valley of the Flowers Peace Prize aims to honor local residents who demonstrate a commitment to fostering peace. Community members are invited to nominate a resident who they believe contributed to peace and understanding in the Lompoc Valley in 2020. Nominations are due by Dec. 1.
The tavern — which was originally built by Jim Buell whose family founded the city back in 1917 — held a public grand reopening on Aug. 22 at its bucolic Buellton location.
Annalynn Clark, a teacher at Lompoc Valley Middle School, was announced Monday as the winner of Mayflower’s “Mover of Movers” contest, which sought to award an individual “for a bold, inspiring and life-changing move bringing positive impact to their community.” Clark was among three finalists from across the nation, and was declared the winner after receiving the most online votes throughout August.
Santa Maria Police on Tuesday released a dash cam video footage of a June 21 officer-involved shooting that injured one man near the corner of North Broadway and North Preisker Lane.
The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department confirmed 23 additional COVID-19 cases Tuesday along with two deaths resulting from the virus, among the lowest county to date.
Attitudes toward the state’s new COVID-19 metrics, county risk classification and blueprint to reopening the economy were divided on the Santa…
The story follows the daily lives of a group of low-ranking enlisted sailors on shore leave in San Francisco during the Prohibition-era, and later, aboard the flagship USS Delphy headed...
The program, which is slated to go into effect at some point before Oct. 2, will begin with 30 days of educational outreach to anyone caught illegally digging through trash, with the possibility for fines for offenders scheduled to begin after that first month. The entire program, which was approved by the Lompoc City Council in early August, is slated to last six months.
After closing to the public in March, the Santa Maria Public Library may finally be able to reopen for limited grab-and-go services, under a n…
Santa Maria residents struggling to pay rent during the COVID-19 pandemic have until Friday to apply for rental assistance through the Communi…
A total of 14 Santa Barbara County schools and school districts have submitted applications for waivers to reopen classrooms for in-person instruction, and 10 of those are expected to go to the state for approval Wednesday, the county health officer said Tuesday.