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Library System Gets $249,000 Grant

Will promote reading for low-literacy families.

Santa Barbara Education Foundation Celebrates 30 Years

Supports music, arts, summer school, and intervention programs.

Westar/Hollister Roadwork Continues

Construction overnight and during the day continues at Camino Real Marketplace.

Whooping Cough Cases Increase

Waldorf School reports four children sick.

Three Arrested After High Speed Chase and Crash

Two of the suspects and the same car were involved in another recent pursuit.

Raytheon Offers Math Scholarships

Tech company encourages real-life math creativity.

Million-Dollar Cycling Challenge Hits S.B.

Among beneficiaries is meningitis victim and UCSB student Aaron Loy.

Doctors Make House Calls Again

The DASH program enables seniors to receive visits from doctors and nurses.

Ukulele Genius Jake Shimabukuro Returns

The blazing master of the Hawaiian four-stringer is back in town to make his uke riotously laugh.

Mayor Blasted for Alleged Conflict-of-Interest

Strange bedfellows have emerged in freeway-widening debate.

Doctors Make House Calls Again

The DASH program enables seniors to receive visits from doctors and nurses.

Bye-Bye, ‘Gator Boy’

City council orders Cajun Kitchen mural removed by next summer.

Can Creek Restoration and Affordable Housing Coexist?

The proposal for a 91-unit senior housing complex hits a major roadblock.

Best of Santa Barbara® 2014

The Santa Barbara Independent’s readers reveal their S.B. favorites.

Ukulele Genius Jake Shimabukuro Returns

The blazing master of the Hawaiian four-stringer is back in town to make his uke riotously laugh.

Massive Attack at the Santa Barbara Bowl

The British trip-hop act brought a heavy and heady helping of music and atmospherics on October 17.

Review: Daryl Hall & John Oats at the Santa Barbara Bowl

Maybe it was because the arrangements favored rock, with just hints of psychedelia, new wave, and soul, ...

S.B. Open Streets

Second annual event adds Run Wild 5k and 3-on-3 basketball tourney.

The S.B. Questionnaire: Erin Taylor

Talking style and life with the owner of Summerlands’ Botanik.

Football: Dons Beat Chargers

Santa Barbara High takes it into overtime to defeat Dos Pueblos.

Photo Gallery: Dawes at SOhO Restaurant & Club

The Los Angeles folk rockers helped kick off New Noise 2014 on Thursday, October 16.

Challenged Athletes Foundation Bike Ride

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