Articles From : Edhat Staff

  • Invoca Hosts Ribbon Cutting of State Street Headquarters

    Local tech company Invoca hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony with Mayor Cathy Murillo of their new State Street Headquarters on Monday.

  • Firefighters Suppress 1/2 Acre Fire Near Sisquoc

    Santa Barbara County firefighters responded to a 1/4 to 1/2 acre fire off Foxen Canyon Road near Sisquoc on Monday morning.

  • Local Firefighters Tackle Prescribed Burns at Camp Roberts

    Santa Barbara County firefighters prepare for the upcoming fire season by training at Camp Roberts with prescribed burns.

  • First Measles Case of 2019 Reaches Santa Barbara

    Community members are urged to know their measles vaccination status as the first measles case of the year lands in Santa Barbara.

  • ACE Hardware Comes to Goleta

    The rumors were true, ACE Hardware is taking over the former Orchard Supply Hardware location off Fairview in Goleta.

  • UCSB Police Department Embroiled in Lawsuits as Fourth is Filed

    A fifth UC Police Department officer at UC Santa Barbara has filed a lawsuit against the department, making it the fourth lawsuit since November 2018.

  • Local Workers Compete in 2nd Annual Hospitality Summer Games

    Following one of the biggest holiday weekends in the hotel industry, Memorial Day, local employees competed in the 2nd annual Hospitality Summer Games on Tuesday.

  • MAD Academy Director to be Removed from Campus Following Board Meeting

    The Santa Barbara Unified School District voted to immediately remove Dan Williams from MAD Academy following Tuesday's public meeting.

  • Firefighters Tackle Vehicle Fire Near Hope Ranch

    Santa Barbara County and City firefighters tackled a fully involved vehicle fire near Hope Ranch early Wednesday morning.

  • Private Concerts in Your Home

    Private Concerts in Your Home

    Local musician Conner Cherland wants to play music at your house, coffee shop, and/or retail space!

    Intimate, one-of-a-kind concerts for your friends and family in a location of your choosing. Who doesn't want a private show away from the noise and chaos of crowded venues? Bring your own snacks, beverages, and friends. 

    Click here to fill out his request form.

  • Happy National Burger Day

    It's National Burger Day and local burger shops and national chains are offering beef discounts.

  • UPDATE: School District Turns Over MAD Academy Report

    [Update]: Santa Barbara Unified School District submitted their MAD Academy investigation report to the Santa Barbara Police Department less than one day after it was reported the Police had not received it.

  • I Madonnari's Featured Artist: Sharyn Chan

    Sharyn Chan was selected as the I Madonnari Italian Street Painting Festival's featured artist.

  • Cats of the Week: Angel and Pepper

    Meet Angel and Pepper, two adorable kittens who are available for pre-adoption.

  • Memorial Day Fundraiser Aims to House Local Homeless Veterans

    The Pierre Claeyssens Veterans Foundation is hosting a Memorial Day Ceremony and Fundraiser to help house local veterans.

  • School District Releases Statement Following MAD Academy Fallout

    The Santa Barbara Unified School District released a statement on Friday regarding the MAD Academy investigation and abuse claims.

  • Downtown Live Art & Wine Tour Showcases Santa Barbara's Finest

    The Downtown Organization hosted the anticipated Art and Wine Walk on Thursday showcasing top restaurants, wineries, breweries, and artistic talent.

  • Visit Santa Barbara Releases New Tourism Video

    Visit Santa Barbara released a new tourism video highlighting the local destination attractions.

  • Rollover Traffic Collision Injures One on Highway 246

    A 70-year-old man was flown to Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital with major injuries following a rollover traffic accident on Wednesday.

  • Memorial Events Scheduled for 5th Anniversary of Isla Vista Tragedy

    Isla Vista and UC Santa Barbara scheduled memorial events this week marking the 5th anniversary of the rampage that killed six students.

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