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Habitat for Humanity Helps Three Families Build a Better Life

Latest Build Site Announced in Carpinteria

Dear Baby Boomers Who Deny Climate Change

An open letter from the next generation

The Defilement of Democracy

What remains unambiguous today, as it did when Donald Trump took the oath of office, America’s reputation is defiled.

Good-Bye, Single-Family Homes

Though this has been creating a buzz in the real estate universe, it has gotten little notice in the press or general population though it fundamentally changes all California neighborhoods.

Dangerous Mindless Militarism

Don’t look now America but the new “sheriff” in town is riding the wrong end of his horse.

Carpinteria Bank Robbed

Man hits Montecito Bank & Trust branch; police request public assistance.

Sen. Jackson Slams Door on Offshore Oil Drilling

California fights Trump's federal oil exploration order, including in Santa Barbara Channel.

Great Hopes Dashed in Garey

The history of the small town in Santa Barbara County.

Wadford Switches Plea to Guilty in Fatal Stabbing

Takes second-degree murder plea in killing of ex-girlfriend.

Lobero Honors George Burtness and Milt Larsen

Luminary Awards presented at magical affair.

First of May Means Union Contracts

Why students and campus workers are rallying on May first.

Chamber Orchestra Suspends Operations for 2017-18

Decision pending on future for Santa Barbara Chamber Orchestra


It seems to me that the most pressing issue now facing us is the impeachment of Donald Trump.

Mission Creek Lives On

We are fortunate that Mission Creek still runs through our city.

CADA Holds Exquisite Amethyst Ball

Event raised $350,000 for alcohol and drug abuse programs.

Tajiguas Landfill's $110 Million Oops

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

School District Lays Off 29

Most are secretaries, teaching assistants, and curriculum specialists.

Judge Sides with Senior Housing in Granny's Field Dispute

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

Phillips 66 Declines to Challenge Oil Train Denial

But a lawsuit still lingers.

Hartmann Takes Camp 4 Fight to D.C.

She urges Rep. LaMalfa to rethink annexation legislation.

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