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    Girl Scouts Receives Google.org Grant to Provide Coding, Computer Science Workshops

    Program Launches with GIRL CODE Event on Saturday, August 19 at Camp Arnaz with Digital NEST as Co-Curriculum Creator

    Program Launches with GIRL CODE Event on Saturday, August 19 at Camp Arnaz with Digital NEST as Co-Curriculum Creator Girl Scouts of California’s Central Coast (GSCCC) today announced receipt of a Google.org grant, administered through Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA). Supported by Goog ...
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    Extended Opportunity Programs Summer Bridge Graduation Ceremony at SBCC

    Santa Barbara City College’s Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) will hold a graduation ceremony for over 125 students who have completed the Running Start, SPARC and Transition Programs.

    The SBCC EOPS Summer Bridge Graduation will be held on Thursday, August 3 from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. at Shoreline Beach Picnic Area. 

    This ceremony will be celebrating the three Summer Bridge programs, which include approximately 70 students graduating from Running Start, 30 students graduating from Transitions and 25 students graduating from SPARC. 

    Santa Barbara City College’s Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) will hold a graduation ceremony for over 125 students who have completed the Running Start, SPARC and Transition Programs. The SBCC EOPS Summer Bridge Graduation will be held on Thursday, August 3 from ...
  • A Dolphin Diet

    UCSB marine biologists study the diets of three dolphin species to understand the animals’ foraging habits and how they share ocean resources.

  • Hazardous Materials Removed from Grounded Fishing Boat

    The U.S. Coast Guard and partners removed hazardous materials from a grounded fishing vessel near Estero Bluffs State Park off the Cayucos coast.

  • City of Goleta Hires Three New Management Team Members

    The City of Goleta is pleased to announce the hiring of three new management team members – the Deputy City Manager, the Finance Director and the Planning and Environmental Review Director

  • Update on Sunny Buttler Death Investigation

    The Santa Barbara County Sheriff provides an update regarding the Sunny Buttler death investigation.

  • Sheriff's Department Phone Scam

    A phone scam targeting seniors has scammers posing as Sheriff's Deputies.

  • Aerial View of the Whittier Fire Burn Area

    Max Rosenberg shares an aerial photo of the full Whittier Fire burn area.

  • Come Celebrate the Release of John Burley's Third Novel!
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    Come Celebrate the Release of John Burley's Third Novel!

    Tuesday, August 29th at 7pm

    Help John Burley celebrate the release of his third novel, The Quiet Child, a gripping and darkly psychological story about family, suspicion, and the price we are willing to pay to protect those we love the most.

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    SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA’S FIRST EVER SUSTAINABLE LIVING TOUR

    Source: EarthJourneys

    The solutions to climate change are practical and can be seen and experienced all around Southern California. Streams are being brought back to life, carbon is being sequestered, soil is being restored and humans are living in villages, having their needs met while living in balance with nature. These Sustainable Living Centers are available to educate city planners, leaders and anyone who wants to be part of the solution to protect our water and food sources from drying up.

    Source: EarthJourneys The solutions to climate change are practical and can be seen and experienced all around Southern California. Streams are being brought back to life, carbon is being sequestered, soil is being restored and humans are living in villages, having their needs met while l ...
  • Garden Street Ramp Closures for Fiesta Parade

    Caltrans has installed signs to direct motorists to the Santa Barbara Harbor area which is fully open during this project and during the special events this week.

  • First Annual California Brew Festival
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    First Annual California Brew Festival

    Santa Barbara, one of America's most beautiful cities, will become the host to the city's largest beer festival on Saturday, October 7, 2017. The California Brew Festival will host the ultra-elite breweries and brew masters at the oceanfront Chase Palm Park. 

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    Santa Barbara Chamber Orchestra to Cease Operations After 38 Seasons

    The Board of Directors for the Santa Barbara Chamber Orchestra has elected to shutter the venerable ensemble permanently. The decision follows a Board vote in April to suspend operations for the 2017-18 season, pending a review of the organization’s prospects. The Chamber Orchestra presented its final concert of the 2016-17 season on May 16 at the Lobero Theatre.

    The Board of Directors for the Santa Barbara Chamber Orchestra has elected to shutter the venerable ensemble permanently. The decision follows a Board vote in April to suspend operations for the 2017-18 season, pending a review of the organization’s prospects. The Chamber Orchestra presented its f ...
  • Animal Services Hosts Open Houses at All Three Shelters

    Santa Barbara County is hosting a series of open houses to celebrate enhancements in operations and engage the public in contributing to important work with animals.

  • Pedestrian Safety Enforcement Operations Planned for Goleta

    Pedestrian safety enforcement operations Wednesday will be focused on collision causing factors involving motorists and pedestrians.

  • Total Eclipse of the Sun

    UCSB astrophysicist Andy Howell explains a rare occurrence taking place this month across the United States.

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    PathPoint Introduces New President and CEO Harry Bruell

    Harry Bruell, Former President & CEO of Conservation Legacy, Set to Lead PathPoint

    PathPoint, a nonprofit organization serving the human services sector, announced the selection of Harry Bruell as its new President and Chief Executive Officer.  Harry begins his leadership role at PathPoint on August 1, 2017, succeeding Cynthia S. Burton who is retiring after 30 years of exceptional service. 

    Harry Bruell, Former President & CEO of Conservation Legacy, Set to Lead PathPoint PathPoint, a nonprofit organization serving the human services sector, announced the selection of Harry Bruell as its new President and Chief Executive Officer.  Harry begins his leadership role at PathPoi ...
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    The Rona Barrett Foundation Recipient Of Grant Funding Targeted At Foundation Growth For The Future

    Following the extraordinary success from earlier this month of its Benefit Concert featuring the legendary Count Basie Orchestra and celebrated vocalist Paula Cole, the Rona Barrett Foundation received another funding lift as it becomes a recipient of The Santa Barbara Foundation's $5,000.00 Express Grant.

    Following the extraordinary success from earlier this month of its Benefit Concert featuring the legendary Count Basie Orchestra and celebrated vocalist Paula Cole, the Rona Barrett Foundation received another funding lift as it becomes a recipient of The Santa Barbara Foundation's $5,000.00 Express ...
  • Ellwood Mesa Habitat Project Update

    The city is working to remove dead and dying trees within the month of September.

  • Downtown Culinary Crawl
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    Downtown Culinary Crawl

    Reserve your Spot Today! $40 each

    Check out our participating restaurants:

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