Articles From : Edhat Staff

  • Bicycle and Pedestrian Sting on Friday

    Santa Barbara Police Department will step up Bike & Pedestrian Safety Enforcement Operations on Friday, September 8th, 2017, with focused enforcement on collision causing factors involving motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists.

  • Lemon Festival Announces Pre-Sale
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    Lemon Festival Announces Pre-Sale

    (GOLETA, CA) – The California Lemon Festival in Goleta presented by Marborg Industries, invites everyone to celebrate its 26th year of family fun September 16th and 17th!

    The California Lemon Festival is known for its family fun, and this year the Santa Barbara Airport Kids Flight Zone unlimited activity wristband is back! The Kids Zone has everything from bounce houses and rock climbing to bubble balls and mini golf. The activities wristband gives you unlimited access to all activities the entire day.

  • Lompoc Man Arrested for Alleged Child Molestation

    A Lompoc man was arrested last week on suspected child molestation charges.

  • Forgiveness in a Time of Polarization
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    Forgiveness in a Time of Polarization

    On September 11, 2017 at 7 pm there will be one of the monthly meetings of  Compassion and Solidarity meetings which will feature a group of speakers on the topic of Forgiveness in a Time of Polarization. The meeting will be moderated by Dr. Radhule Weininger Ph.D, M.D. the founder of this meeting, and her husband, Dr. Michael Kearney, M.D.  

  • Free Display Space for Local Nonprofits at the Santa Barbara Central Library

    The Santa Barbara Central Library is now accepting reservation requests for the use of the lobby display cases for the year beginning in January.

  • Kidnapping Suspect Located in Nevada

    [Update]: Kidnapping suspect Joseph Hetzel of Lompoc has been located and is in police custody in Nevada.

  • Jenny Schatzle Relay To Houston To Support Hurricane Harvey Relief
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    Jenny Schatzle Relay To Houston To Support Hurricane Harvey Relief

    Santa Barbara, lets help the people of Houston! On Friday September 8th, help The Jenny Schatzle Program community raise money for the people of Houston by taking a class. They will be attempting to complete 1,644 miles (the distance from Santa Barbara, CA to Houston, Texas) by tracking the miles ran, biked, and rowed throughout the workouts offered all day Friday.

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    The Santa Barbara Women's Political Committee Issues DACA Support Statement

    Today, in one of the most heartless moves yet of this heartless administration, President Trump has rescinded DACA. 800,000 of our sisters and brothers are facing an uncertain future as their fate is now in the hands of Congress.

    Today, in one of the most heartless moves yet of this heartless administration, President Trump has rescinded DACA. 800,000 of our sisters and brothers are facing an uncertain future as their fate is now in the hands of Congress. We strongly condemn the President’s actions which g ...
  • Celebrate Creativity with Arts for Humanity!
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    Celebrate Creativity with Arts for Humanity!

  • Opera Santa Barbara's Opening Night Gala Dinner
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    Opera Santa Barbara's Opening Night Gala Dinner

    Opera Santa Barbara will open its 2017-18 season with a sumptuous production of Jules Massenet’s sultry Manon starring celebrated soprano Sarah Coburn at 7:30 pm on Friday, November 3, followed by an encore performance at 2:30 pm on Sunday, November 5. Both performances will take place at the Granada Theatre, 1214 State Street in downtown Santa Barbara.

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    Meet The New Board of Directors for 2017-2018 Santa Maria Women’s Network

    In July 2017 the new Board of Directors for the SMWN was voted in at their monthly meeting by its participating members. Each took an oath to perform their duties to the best of their abilities in hopes to grow the organization into one of the biggest and best Santa Maria networking groups in the area. 

    In July 2017 the new Board of Directors for the SMWN was voted in at their monthly meeting by its participating members. Each took an oath to perform their duties to the best of their abilities in hopes to grow the organization into one of the biggest and best Santa Maria networking groups in th ...
  • New Evening Storytime for Families Launches at Santa Barbara Central Library
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    New Evening Storytime for Families Launches at Santa Barbara Central Library

    Join the Central Library for stories and songs every Tuesday at 5:30 pm!

  • Blue Whales & Blue Skies Act Introduced in Congress

    Congressman Alan Lowenthal introduced the Blue Whales & Blue Skies Act today, along with co-sponsors Salud Carbajal, Julia Brownley, and Rohit Khanna.

  • Charles & Company Classic at Santa Barbara Polo Club
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    Charles & Company Classic at Santa Barbara Polo Club

    Charles and Company, the luxury tea brand that’s redefining the British tradition of tea, announced it will hold a Charles and Company Classic to benefit inner-city youth initiative Tea’d Up. Tea’d Up is a project being launched by Charles and Company through a fiscal partnership with Creative Visions Foundation that will aim to empower youth with leadership skills and modern-day business etiquette. The Classic will take place on Sunday, September 17, 2017 at the Santa Barbara Polo Club.

  • A Prescription For Peace in Troubled Times
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    A Prescription For Peace in Troubled Times

    In a time that feels more volatile than ever, given tensions between the U.S. and North Korea, recognizing those who work to create a safer and more secure world, free from the threat of nuclear weapons, is more imperative than ever.

  • Tick Tock

    UCSB biologists demonstrate that wildlife loss and climate change can synergistically increase tick abundance and the risk of tick-borne disease.

  • Westside Water Issues

    Is anyone else having issues with their water pressure on the Westside?

  • Memorial for Battalion Chief Gary Helming

    The Los Padres National Forest Service is honored their fallen Battalion Chief Gary Helming on Wednesday morning.

  • Man Electrocuted After Falling Tree Hits Power Lines

    A local man was electrocuted early Tuesday after a falling tree hit power lines on the Westside.

  • Jackson Bill to protect Science passes assembly floor

    Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson's bill to protect Scientists and Scientific Data passes the Assembly floor on 59-19.

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