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Opinion - The anti-single family home narrative eliminates neighborhoods in favor of “products” which lend themselves to speculative investments from outside capital. Turning us from a nation of homeowners into a nation of renters is also a great way for Wall Street to generate recurring revenue, the “gift that keeps on giving.”
“It’s remarkable that, during a pandemic with massive job losses, the share of Americans uninsured did not go up,” said Larry Levitt, executive vice president for health policy at KFF. “This is likely a testament to what is now a much more protective health insurance safety net.”
Davy Brown, who had lived for years in the San Rafael Mountains near Zaca Lake, was born in Mount Charles, Ireland, in 1800.
While Larry Elder clearly led all replacement candidates in the California recall election, he finished far behind none of the above. Millions left that question blank —exactly what Gov. Gavin Newsom and Democrats wanted.
As COVID-19 began to spread through Santa Maria in early 2020, some residents raised concerns that the city's information about preventive measures was not reaching a majority of the population.
A few years ago, I went body surfing at Avila Beach. While walking in the water, I stepped on a smooth, rubbery and spongy body that instantly became rigid as it squirmed away. Turns out it was a stingray, but for some reason, I didn't get stung by its barb or stinger on its whip-like tail.
A Santa Maria man on Friday pleaded guilty to a manslaughter charge in connection to the October 2019 shooting death of a 33-year-old man in front of 805 Tacos.
After 11-straight quarters of rising tax revenue from cannabis cultivators, Santa Barbara County got a reality check in the fourth quarter of …
Santa Barbara County supervisors agreed to spend $500,000 annually to join a joint powers agency of counties with large numbers of adult canna…