Articles From : Edhat Staff

  • Bridge Rail Project on Olive Mill Overpass Begins Monday

    A project to replace the bridge rails on the US Highway 101 Overcrossing at Olive Mill Road which were damaged during the Montecito flooding this past January will begin on Monday, August 20.

  • Pilates for Nuerological Conditions
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    Pilates for Nuerological Conditions

    Pilates for Neurological Conditions

    August 24 @ 3:00 pm - August 26 @ 3:00 pm

    | $750.00

  • Highway 101 Night Closures in Carpinteria Continue

    The northbound and southbound Highway 101 fast lanes will be closed between Linden and Bailard Avenues nightly between Monday and Thursday, August 20-23, from 8:00 pm to 5:00 am.

  • Increase in Thefts at Local Fitness Centers

    Santa Barbara Police are warning residents of an increase in thefts from lockers at local fitness centers.

  • Santa Barbara Searches for New Police Station Location

    [Update]: The City of Santa Barbara will be reviewing potential locations for the new Police Station and parking structure.

  • Rob Lowe Lists Montecito Estate for $47 Million

    Actor and local resident Rob Lowe has just put his 10,000 square foot Montecito home on the market for $47 million.

  • Direct Flights to Minneapolis/St. Paul Commence

    Santa Barbara Airport announced Sun Country Airlines will begin Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota service beginning Thursday with roundtrip fares starting at $196. 

  • Employee Files Whistleblower Lawsuit Against Local Business

    An employee of a local home furnishing store has filed a whistleblower lawsuit against their former employer claiming wrongful termination and emotional distress.

  • Santa Barbara Joins Consumer Protection Resolution with Amazon

    Santa Barbara joined 22 other District Attorney’s to resolve a consumer-protection action against Amazon.com for selling misleadingly labeled plastic products as biodegradable or compostable.

  • Minor Alcohol Sting Results in Several Arrests

    The Santa Maria Police Department arrested several people during a minor decoy shoulder tap operation on Saturday.

  • Goleta Pedestrian Sting Planned for Wednesday

    The Traffic Unit of the Goleta Police Department will step up pedestrian safety enforcement operations Wednesday, August 15th, 2018, with focused enforcement on collision causing factors involving motorists and pedestrians

  • Healthy Living for Your Brain and Body: Tips from the Latest Research
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    Healthy Living for Your Brain and Body: Tips from the Latest Research

     

    Program provides information and tips on healthy aging

    At any age, there are lifestyle habits we can adopt to help maintain or even potentially improve our health. These habits may also help to keep our brains healthy as we age and possibly delay the onset of cognitive decline.

    To help people age well, the Alzheimer’s Association® is offering the Healthy Living for Your Brain and Body: Tips from the Latest Research program on Thursday, August 23  from 1-2pm.  The course will be held at the  Vista Del Monte Retirement,  3375  Modoc  Rd, Santa Barbara, CA 93105.

  • Register Now for Page Youth Winter Basketball League
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    Register Now for Page Youth Winter Basketball League

    PAGE YOUTH CENTER’S AWESOME WINTER BASKETBALL LEAGUE COMING AGAIN SOON!!!!!!!

    Calling all 1st - 8th grade kids and their parents!

    Heads up for PYC Winter League registrations that are HAPPENING NOW!

    Register online now at www.pageyouthcenter.org for Santa Barbara and Goleta’s greatest basketball league.

  • Trails ‘n’ Tails at the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden
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    Trails ‘n’ Tails at the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden

     

  • EAT, PLAY, LOVE LOS ALAMOS
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    EAT, PLAY, LOVE LOS ALAMOS

     

    FIRST-TIME CULINARY BENEFIT EVENT FOR LOS ALAMOS PUBLIC LIBRARY

    Stroll around downtown Los Alamos sampling wines, beers, appetizers, desserts and chocolates offered by 13 local businesses including: Full of Life Flatbread, Bodega Los Alamos, Casa Dumetz Wines, Babi’s Beer Emporium, Vallefresh; Bell’s, Pico, Municipal Winemakers, Bedford Winery, Lo-Fi Wines, Plenty on Bell Restaurant, Bob’s Wellbread Bakery and Decadence Fine Cakes & Desserts. 

    WHEN: Saturday, August 25, 2018 from 1-4pm

    WHO: Please be 21 years of age or older (ID will be checked).

  • 3rd Annual Golf Tournament for Boys & Girls Club
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    3rd Annual Golf Tournament for Boys & Girls Club

    UBGC 3rd Annual Golf Tournament Opens Registration

    Just a little over a month away before the United Boys and Girls Clubs of Santa Barbara County host their 3rd annual golf tournament on September 17th at the beautiful La Cumbre Country Club. This event would not be possible without the help of our incredible community.

    A special thank you to the co-chairs of this event Mr. Eloy Ortega and Ms. Melissa Gough. Both Eloy and Melissa have been the co-chairs of this event all 3 years.

  • Public Review for Federal Transportation Improvement Program

    The Santa Barbara County Association of Governments has released the draft 2019 Federal Transportation Improvement Program for thirty-day public review.

  • Carpinteria Education Foundation Presents the 26th Annual Carp-a-Cabana
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    Carpinteria Education Foundation Presents the 26th Annual Carp-a-Cabana

    Carpinteria Education Foundation will host our 26th Annual Carp-a-Cabana, taking place at Carpinteria High School on Saturday, September 8, 2018, and featuring a hosted bar, buffet dinner, music & entertainment.

  • Night Vision Used to Rescue 5 Lost Hikers

    Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Helicopters with County Fire and Search and Rescue located five lost hikers using night vision on Sunday morning.

  • CEC Introduces Santa Barbara County Food Rescue

    CEC is proud to announce Santa Barbara County Food Rescue, a collaborative food recovery network that builds relationships in the County between donors who have excess food and charitable organizations. 

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