Articles From : Edhat Staff

  • Children's Music Festival

    Children's Music Festival

    Come on out to the 2nd annual San Marcos Parent-Child Workshop Children’s Music Festival Saturday, May 19, 2018. 4pm - 7pm. 400 Puente Drive, Santa Barbara, CA  93110
    FREE admission & Parking!

  • Union Workers Strike Against University of California

    A three-day strike began Monday for all University of California service and patient care technical workers.

  • Vehicle Crashes into Ditch with Two Trapped

    Emergency personnel are responding the SR-154 and 246 roundabout for a vehicle in a ditch with two people trapped.

  • Missing Paso Robles Woman

    [Update]: The San Luis Obispo Sheriff's Office is asking for information of a Paso Robles woman who went missing on Saturday.

  • Wildfire Awareness Week Declared in California

    CAL FIRE advises personal responsibility for protecting yourself and your community when it comes to wildfires.

  • Cate School Wins Water Wise Video Contest

    A countywide video contest identifies common water use myths and interesting facts with Cate School winning 1st place.

  • May is Bicycle Safety Month

    With the California weather warming up the Santa Barbara Police Department is highlighting how bicycling is a great way to stay in shape, save money on gas, and reduce pollution.

  • Bicycle and Pedestrian Sting Planned for Monday

    The Santa Barbara Police Department will step up Bike & Pedestrian Safety Enforcement Operations on Monday, May 7.

  • The Women's Fund Donates $535,000 to Seven Local Non-Profits

    Last week the Women's Fund of Santa Barbara awarded grants to seven local nonprofits totaling $535,000 from funds collected from membership donations during 2017.

  • Dog of the Week: Lulu

    Meet Lulu, a large pup who's just an oversized lap dog, and she's up for adoption!

  • Cat of the Week: Holly

    Meet Holly, our adoptable cat of the week who gets along well with dogs, a major feat for most cats.

  • Police Helicopter Over 154?

    Does anyone know why there was a police helicopter flying low just west of Highway 154 on Saturday?

  • Arthritis Walk for a Cure at SBCC

    Hundreds showed up to the Walk for a Cure for Arthritis at Santa Barbara City College on Saturday.

  • Celebration of Stories Featuring Joe Spano

    Celebration of Stories Featuring Joe Spano


    [Ticket Giveaway! 2 Winners have already been selected.]

    May 20 and 21


    Inspirational, funny, poignant and moving stories, a free for all of great stories performed by fabulous actors!

    Faline England reading The Lover of Horses by Tess Gallagher
    Meegan Holaway reading The Haunting by John Connally
    Joe Spano reading One Quarrel by Ron Carlson

  • Slow Hillside Vegetation Regrowth in Burn Area

    A reportedly ‘slow’ hillside vegetation regrowth in the Thomas Fire burn area raises concerns for future debris flows.

  • Ten Cadets Graduate from Custody Deputy Academy

    Ten Santa Barbara Sheriff’s Office Cadets have graduated from the Allan Hancock CORE Custody Deputy Academy.

  • Mission To Mars Successfully Launched

    NASA InSight's mission to Mars successfully launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base early Saturday morning.

  • Court Seeking Grand Jury Volunteers

    Superior Court Executive Officer Darrel Parker announced Friday that the Superior Court is actively seeking volunteers for the 2018-2019 Civil Grand Jury.

  • Man Sentenced to Life for Child Molestation

    A 33-year-old Santa Maria man has been sentenced to life in prison for molesting an 8-year-old girl.

  • Goleta Beach Still Closed for High Bacteria Levels

    While Goleta Beach Park is open, the ocean waters are still closed due to higher than normal bacteria levels after dumping mud from the Montecito Mudslide.

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