Chamber Orchestra Suspends Operations for 2017-18

Decision pending on future for Santa Barbara Chamber Orchestra

Hartmann Takes Camp 4 Fight to D.C.

She urges Rep. LaMalfa to rethink annexation legislation.

Tajiguas Landfill’s $110 Million Oops

The Coastal Zone Boundary mix-up renders permits null and void.

Williams, Lavagnino Become Doobie Brothers

The supervisors have made unlikely allies in drafting the county's pot ordinance.

Judge Sides with Senior Housing in Granny’s Field Dispute

Goleta had tried to deny water service to the proposed project.

School District Lays Off 29

Most are secretaries, teaching assistants, and curriculum specialists.

School Drug Dogs Nixed

Administrators say the program has been "intrusive" and has had "minimal impact."

Santa Barbara’s First One Hundred Days of Donald Trump

One reporter’s journey through the strange land of Donald Trump’s first 100 days

Q&A with Laila Lalami

The novelist-essayist will give a free UCSB talk, ‘Muslims in America: A Secret History.’

Teachers to Receive Two-Percent Raise

They agreed to not open salary negotiations for the 2017-18 school year.

Hotchkiss Hops into Mayor’s Race

The Republican currently stands alone against two Democrats.

Humana Theater Festival Report

Santa Barbara’s Kate Bergstrom saw many new plays in Louisville

SBCC Spring Dance Concert

‘Collective’ presented a powerhouse program that underscored the dancers’ palpable hunger for ...

Summerland’s Bikini Factory a Beachy Swimsuit Paradise

Owner Linda Meyer reflects on 52 years of quality swimwear and female ...

Fun Funding the Foodbank

Come to the 4th Annual Fork & Cork at the Fess Parker.

Santa Barbara County Championships Sets Records

The Santa Barbara County Championships at Carpinteria High had some of the ...

Santa Barbara Botanic Garden: Water Hero

The Santa Barbara Botanic Garden has been working on the sustainability of ...

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