Articles From : Edhat Staff

  • Construction on Highway 154

    A 24-hour closure of Highway 154 begins Wednesday evening from Painted Cave Road to San Antonio Creek Road.

  • Amazon to Create 150 Local Jobs

    Amazon announced its workforce expansion in Santa Barbara with plans to create an additional 150 jobs in the technical field.

  • More Cases of Coronavirus in California

    [Update]: The total cases of the 2019 novel coronavirus detected in California have risen to six as of Monday.

  • Goleta Tech Buildings Purchased for $35 Million

    The Castilian Technical Center in Goleta, which includes a three-building campus off Hollister Ave, was purchased for over $35 million.

  • Local Musician in Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

    Local musician Martin Gore was one of the recent inductees in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame as part of his band "Depeche Mode."

  • Luxury Resort Chain to Manage Mattei's Tavern

    A luxury resort chain has been hired to manage the Inn at Mattei's Tavern in Los Olivos and hopes to reopen the historic landmark next year.

  • Board of Supervisors Approve Lompoc Wind Project

    The Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to deny three appeals and approve the Strauss Wind Project in Lompoc.

  • Santa Maria Carjacking Suspect Arrested Following Collision

    [Update]: Santa Maria Police have arrested a suspected carjacker who led a high-speed pursuit resulting in two injuries on Monday.

  • UCSB Confirms No CoronaVirus on Campus Amid Student Fears

    UC Santa Barbara confirmed there are no cases of the coronavirus on campus or in student housing amid growing concerns.

  • Cave Fire Officially "Out"

    The Cave Fire is now officially "out," according to the Los Padres National Forest Service.

  • Community Conversation on Fire and Flood

    Community organizations hosted a free discussion on the impacts of the Thomas Fire and January 9 Debris Flow. 

  • Earl Warren Showgrounds Partners with Equine Evacuation in Renovation

    The Earl Warren Showgrounds Board of Directors agreed to partner with the local equine evacuation team on their equestrian facility renovation.

  • Winners Announced at 38th Annual Rincon Classic

    Surfers celebrated their wins at the 38th annual Rincon Classic this past weekend.

  • Santa Barbara Company Sued for Wrongful Death

    A Santa Barbara-based company has been named in a wrongful death lawsuit where a Marine's wife died after hitting her head in a parking lot last summer.

  • Historical Pipe Organ Used During Silent Film

    A historical pipe organ at the Arlington Theatre was used during a showing of the original Hunchback of Notre Dame.

  • Dog of the Week: Olive

    Meet Olive, a poodle mix who's playful and ready for adoption.

  • Identities Released in Santa Maria Murder-Suicide

    [Update]: Santa Maria Police have released the identities of the people involved in a murder-suicide that took place last week.

  • Bong Joon Ho Receives Director of the Year Award

    Parasite Director Bong Joon Ho won the Oustanding Director of the Year Award at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival Thursday evening.

  • Massive Crowd Greets Brad Pitt at Santa Barbara Film Festival

    A large crowd greeted actor Brad Pitt outside the Arlington Theatre during the Santa Barbara International Film Festival on Wednesday evening.

  • Laura Capps and Das Williams Debate Pot and Public Schools

    Candidates for the Board of Supervisor seat in the 1st District, Laura Capps and Das Williams, faced off in a debate moderated by Jerry Roberts this week.

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