Articles From : Melinda Burns
A major debris flow that's at least 1,000 years old was found on Montecito Creek, and that’s reassuring, UC Santa Barbara geologist says.
Oxnard pest control companies that spray avocados in the Carpinteria Valley have pulled out of a proposed agreement with cannabis greenhouse operators, saying they can’t risk contaminating the marijuana crop.
The Montecito Sanitary District lawyer has told board members they are violating the state Brown Act by engaging in group emails with a columnist for the Montecito Journal.
A local documentary features survivors of last year's January 9th debris flow in Montecito on its first anniversary.
Wealthy donors bankroll a five-member slate against incumbents in a bid for control over the Montecito Water and Sanitary District boards.
Two former Santa Barbara News-Press employees explain how Wendy McCaw mistreated employees and how the Federal government wants her to pay.
The new FEMA recovery map for Montecito is designed to help property owners rebuild after the January debris flow, but it almost doubles the size of the flood plain, frustrating homeowners.