Articles From : Edhat Staff

  • Firefighters Tackle Grass Fire in Santa Ynez

    Santa Barbara County firefighters extinguished a one-acre fire in Santa Ynez on Tuesday afternoon. 

  • Public Health Department Appoints New Health Officer

    The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department announced the appointment of Dr. Henning Ansorg, MD, FACP as the next Health Officer for Santa Barbara County.

  • Santa Barbara Makes a Case for a New Police Station

    The City of Santa Barbara released a video explaining the need for a new Police Station.

  • Possible Vehicle Over Old San Marcos Road

    Rescue personnel responded to a report of a possible vehicle over Old San Marcos Road on Monday.

  • Moody’s Investors Service and Standard & Poor’s Upgrade District’s Bond Ratings

    Santa Barbara Unified School District announces local taxpayers will benefit from lower interest cost to 3.72% for 25-year bonds following a $70 million general obligation bond sale.

  • Sheriff Partners with IV for Sexual Assault Awareness Month

    The Santa Barbara County Sheriff and Isla Vista Safe Committee have released videos to campaign for sexual assault awareness month.

  • Public Comment Extended on Proposal to Close Dry Canyon

    The Los Padres National Forest has extended the public comment period the on proposed closure of Dry Canyon.

  • UCSB Holds Free Trainings to Prevent Overdoses

    UC Santa Barbara is holding a series of free trainings to teach community members how to administer Naloxone to prevent overdoses.

  • Santa Barbara's First Target to Open Sunday

    The new "small format" Target store in the Santa Barbara Galleria scheduled their grand opening on Sunday, April 7.

  • 2019 March Edness Winners Announced

    Learn the winners of our 2019 March Edness contest and join our party on April 24th!

  • Lawyer Michael Avenatti Sued in Santa Barbara

    Michael Avenatti is being sued in Santa Barbara for alleged professional negligence and breach of fiduciary duty over the mishandling of settlement funds.

  • Swimmer Who Died Off East Beach Identified

    [Update]: The woman who died while swimming of East Beach on Sunday has been identified as 50-year-old teacher Marcie Kjoller.

  • Edhat Purchases De La Guerra Plaza!

    In a newly brokered deal with the City of Santa Barbara, Edhat has purchased De La Guerra Plaza.

  • Montecito Club Reopens After $75 Million Renovation

    Ty Warner reveals his $75 million renovation of the iconic Montecito Club and the new Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course on Friday.

  • March Edness 2019: Day 20

    It's day 20 of March Edness! Can you identify the location in this photo? Enter your guess by 8 pm.

  • March Edness 2019: Day 19

    [Answer Revealed]: It's day 19 of March Edness! Can you identify the location in this photo? Enter your guess by 8 pm.

  • Irvin Ungar Lectures on Arthur Szyk's Artistic Work
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    Irvin Ungar Lectures on Arthur Szyk's Artistic Work

    The Taubman Symposia in Jewish Studies at UCSB hosts Irvin Ungar who will lecture on Arthur Szyk's artistic work titled, "Soldier in Art."

    Date: Sunday, April 14

    Time: 3:00 p.m.

    Location: Loma Pelona Conference Center, UCSB

    FREE

  • Local Balloonist and Aviator Killed in Ballooning Accident

    Local balloonist and world-record aviator Julian Nott has died after a ballooning accident in San Diego County.

  • Santa Barbara City Council Pushes Ahead with Milpas Complex

    The Santa Barbara City Council upheld an appeal to push forward with the controversial apartment complex proposal on North Milpas.

  • Lawsuit Alleges Painted Cave Volunteer Fire Department Misused Funds

    A new lawsuit is claiming the Painted Cave Fire Department and its Chief have misused funds and refuses to release their records. 

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