Articles From : Edhat Staff

  • Car Donation?

    An edhat reader is looking for a local organization where he can donate a car.

  • 15th National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day

    On Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Santa Barbara Police Department will be partnering with the US DEA to hold another National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.

  • Thomas Fire & 1/9 Debris Flow Rebuilding and Recovery Community Meeting

    The community is invited to hear presentations from the US Forest Serice and CALFIRE on impacts from the fire and debris flow and significance for future rain events.

  • Two Arrested in Santa Maria Stabbing

    [Update]: The Santa Maria Police Department arrested two suspects in a stabbing investigation

  • Police Arrest Suspected Golden State Killer, 6 Murdered in Local Area

    [Update]: FBI has announced the man they believe to be the Golden State Killer, also known as the original Night Stalker, is now in custody after more than 40 years. He is believed to be responsible for killing 6 people in Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties.

  • Win Tickets to Santa Barbara Fair & Expo

    The Santa Barbara Fair & Expo opens Wednesday at the Earl Warren Showgrounds and edhat has tickets to giveaway! Enter now.

  • Bill Proposes Opt-Out Emergency Alert System

    Sen. Jackson legislation to create an opt-out emergency alert system is headed to the Senate Floor after it unanimously passed the Senate Governmental Organization Committee.

  • Franklin School Looking for Vandals Caught on Video

    An edhat reader sent in a Facebook video that shows a group of young people allegedly vandalizing a wall at Franklin Elementary School.

  • Tip-A-Cop on Administrative Professionals Day

    Join Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Deputies for lunch at Paradise Cafe this Wednesday and raise money for the Special Olympics.

  • County Public Works Dept Continues Work on Local Beaches

    The Santa Barbara County Public Works Department is continuing work on local beaches to restore them to pre-emergency conditions.

  • Grand Opening for New Affordable Rental Housing

    A grand opening celebration took place last week for Jardin de las Rosas, an affordable rental housing project in Santa Barbara.

  • Voluntary Missing Adult

    On Friday, Ojai Police took a report of a voluntary missing adult, Katherine Kampf-Thibodeau, who did not show up for her last day of work or her going away party.

  • How to Join a Local Board of Directors?

    A new resident is looking to help the community and wants to know how to join a local Board of Directors?

  • Man Sentenced to Life for 2012 Murder

    Eduardo Robles Robles was sentenced to life in prison for the premeditated and deliberate first-degree murder of Selina Bustos in 2012.

  • Alleged Montecito Heroin Dealer Arrested Following Investigation

    A local construction foreman in Montecito was arrested for allegedly dealing heroin.

  • Living in English, Writing in Hebrew

    Living in English, Writing in Hebrew

    A conversation with Israeli-American author Ruby Namdar 

    Date: May 7th at 7:00 p.m.


    Location: Corwin Pavilion at UC Santa Barbara

  • San Marcos High School presents Into the Woods

    San Marcos High School presents Into the Woods


  • The Benham Bros: UNSHAKABLE

    The Benham Bros: UNSHAKABLE


    Former pro-athletes, entrepreneurs and NY Times best-selling authors, identical twins David and Jason Benham will share their rags to riches story at 7 p.m. April 26 at the Granada Theatre.  Seats for “The Benham Bros: UNSHAKABLE” are free, but preferred seating tickets can be purchased for $10.

  • Art Without Limits 8th Annual Art Career Day Conference

    Art Without Limits 8th Annual Art Career Day Conference


  • Flight Scholarship Applications Now Available

    Flight Scholarship Applications Now Available

    Students interested in learning to fly are urged to obtain an application for the Airport Day 2018 Flight Scholarship. The scholarship will pay for aircraft rental and a flight instructor for the first several hours of flight instruction needed for earning a private pilot powered airplane license or a glider license.

    The scholarship is open to Santa Barbara County students between the ages of 14 to 17 years.

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