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Sheriff's Deputies arrested a man who allegedly tried to carjack a vehicle with a machete near Point Sal.
One suspect was arrested and another suspect is still outstanding after a robbery with a knife in the 700 block of Camino Del Sur on Tuesday morning.
A Santa Barbara Sheriff's Deputy stopped a vehicle for speeding that led to the discovery of a suspected counterfeit ring.
Ten environmental agencies partner together to cut air pollution and protect whales by launching voluntary vessel speed reduction zones along California.
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The Santa Barbara County Grand Jury has found significant residual risks in the Public Works Department following a fraud investigation from 2017.
9th ANNUAL LOS ALAMOS DOG RACES: “BARK FOR BOOKS!” IS SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 2018 —A BENEFIT FOR THE LOS ALAMOS PUBLIC LIBRARY
Public welcome! Families, friends & canines of all ages. Bring those family pets to compete for prizes!
This year’s Judges include Santa Barbara County 3rd District Supervisor Joan Hartmann, Solvang City Manager Brad Vidro and local dog lover economist Lyla Oyakawa
Saturday, June 30, 2018
10:30 am - Noon On-site Registration: $20 per dog, per race.
On June 22nd, the Carpinteria Valley Chamber of Commerce will host its inaugural Transportation Summit, 8-11AM at The Alcazar Theatre in Carpinteria. See attached press release for additional information.
If you would like a complimentary ticket, please let me know as this is going to be timely and relevant and of great interest to the business and residential community.
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July 9, 16, 23 & 30
August 6, 13, 20 & 27
Mondays 10:30 AM in Ventura
Join us for the Santa Barbara Elks Lodge 4th of July “Family Fun Day” This is a FREE event and open to the Public
The Santa Barbara Elks Lodge #613 will host a Family Fun Day for the community on July 4th, from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The patriotic event is open to the public, entrance is free, and over 5,000 residents are expected to attend. This year’s event is held in conjunction with thousand’s of Elk’s Lodges around the United States, in honor of our Nation’s Independence Day.
The Santa Barbara Zoo has teamed up with the Jenny Schatzle Program for the first-ever “Run Wild for Conservation” fun run for families scheduled for Saturday, July 7. A one-mile, non-competitive run is open to all ages including walkers and parents pushing strollers, and the route goes through behind the scenes areas not usually open to the public. Proceeds benefit the Zoo’s education and field conservation programs, and the run is followed by a special conservation day, “Your Zoo, Your Planet: Saving Species.”