Articles From : Edhat Staff

  • False Alarm for 6.5 Magnitude Earthquake

    The software glitch at U.S Geological Survey sent out an email alert about a 6.8 magnitude earthquake in Santa Barbara on Wednesday.

  • Motorcyclist Triggers Chain-Reaction Crash

    A motorcyclist triggered a messy chain-reaction crash in Santa Clarita on Wednesday after clipping the back end of a sedan in the carpool lane.

  • Coast Guard Suspends Search for Missing Man

    Coast Guard Search and Rescue crews suspended their search efforts after looking for a missing man near the Port of San Luis. 

  • County Cannabis Operations Registry & Ad Hoc Committee Meeting

    County Cannabis Operations Registry & Ad Hoc Committee Meeting


  • Upcoming Paving Work in the City of Goleta

    The City has been working diligently to bring road repairs to our community. Here are some paving projects that will be starting soon in Goleta.

  • Girls Inc. First Graduates of College-Bound Program

    After five years of programming, the first cohort of girls from Girls Inc. gear up for college this fall.

  • Hollister Class I Bike Path Update

    Traffic control for Stage 2 of the Hollister Class I Bike Path will begin on Tuesday, June 27 and will remain in place until approximately October 2017.

  • Jackson Bill to Ensure Healthy After School Programs for Kids Advances

    A bill by Sen Jackson to extend a program that encourages healthy eating and exercise in California’s after school programs passed out of the Assembly Education Committee.

  • UCSB Graduate Honored as Veteran of the Year

    UCSB Graduate Max Peck honored by Monique Limón as 2017 Veteran of the Year for the 37th District.

  • UCSB Joins Newly Launched Alliance for Southern California Innovation

    Led by tech entrepreneur Steve Poizner, the consortium of universities, research institutions and business leaders seeks to unlock the region’s potential as a start-up hub.

  • Murphy Auto Museum’s 5th Vintage Trailer Show

    Murphy Auto Museum’s 5th Vintage Trailer Show

    The Murphy Auto Museum will host its one-day-only 5th Vintage Trailer Show from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. this Saturday. It is the museum’s largest one-day annual event. More than 40 retro camping trailers, campers, and exhibits from the 1930s to 1970s, complete with nostalgic period “campsite” settings and old school Americana and adventure gear will be on display. A few models expected at the event, and on display inside the 30,000 square-foot museum through Oct. 1, 2017, include Airstream, Shasta, Hanson, Holiday House, Boles Aero, Jewel, Aristocrat and many others. 
  • Spanish Citizens Academy

    The Santa Barbara Police Department would like to invite members of the community to participate in the upcoming “Spanish Citizens Academy.”

  • Warmer Shade of Blue

    UCSB sociologist seeks to identify ways police officers can improve their communication skills to reduce conflicts.

  • Linden and Casitas Pass Project Update

    Added construction and more lane closures have been updated for the Linden and Casitas Pass Project on Highway 101.

  • New Sidewalks in Old Town

    The City of Goleta has begun initial planning and transportation studies to improve sidewalks in Old Town north of Hollister Avenue between South Fairview and Kinman Avenues as well as along Pine Avenue south of Hollister Avenue.

  • Santa Maria DUI Checkpoint Nets Zero Arrests

    A recent DUI Checkpoint screening in Santa Maria yields zero arrests.

  • Mindfulness Practice and Book Release Gathering

    Mindfulness Practice and Book Release Gathering

    Join La Casa de Maria in celebrating the release of Radhule Weininger’s first book: Heartwork – The Path of Self-Compassion

  • Goleta Chamber and City Partner to Promote Tourism

    The Goleta Chamber of Commerce is continuing their public-private partnership with the City of Goleta to promote tourism in Goleta.

  • Medical and Mental Health Care in the Main Jail

    Disability Rights California released a report finding fault with the Santa Barbara County Main Jail concerning the treatment of inmates with mental illness and disabilities.

  • Third District County Supervisor Joan Hartmann to Hold Constituent Office Hours in Los Alamos

    Third District County Supervisor Joan Hartmann to Hold Constituent Office Hours in Los Alamos

    This is an opportunity to engage students, residents, community leaders and businesses, in order to provide information about the roles and responsibility of their local County elected official—Supervisor Hartmann— bring ideas, share upcoming projects, and to answer any questions Los Alamos residents may have regarding local issues.

    Drop-ins are welcome. The Bedford Winery is located at 448 Bell Street, Los Alamos.

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