William Sharp Photo Book Captures Golden Era
William Sharp photo book captures golden era.
Paddle-Out Commemorates Life of Beloved Surfer
A giant paddle-out commemorated the life of the beloved surfer.
There's a public meeting scheduled for February 20.
Consultant Lisa Plowman Served Previously in County Department
Consultant Lisa Plowman served previously in county department.
Court Battle Over Public Access Ongoing
Court battle over public access ongoing.
The Da Ros Legacy: Expert Stonework Dating Back 100 Years
The Da Ros legacy: Expert stonework dating back 100 years.
Flooding Closes Roads, Fills Debris Basins
Flooding closes roads, fills debris basins.
Celebration of Life Planned for February 16
Celebration of life planned for February 16
Ojai Raptor Center Nonprofit Seeks Volunteers
Ojai Raptor Center nonprofit seeks volunteers.
Morning Downpour Carried Boulders from Montecito Canyons
Morning downpour carried boulders from Montecito Canyons.
County meets in closed session to discuss terms.
Donated Acreage Stems from Coastal Commission Settlement
Donated acreage stems from Coastal Commission settlement.
High-Tide Line Determination to Inform Beach-Access Plan
High-tide line determination to inform beach-access plan.
Coastal Commission Says It's 'Degrading' to Natural Habitats
The Coastal Commission says it's "degrading" to natural habitats.
'Golden Shovel Award' Bestowed During Montecito Rising Fundraising Event
'Golden Shovel Award' bestowed during Montecito Rising fundraising event.
Architect Tom Henson Answers 20 Questions
Santa Barbara architect Tom Henson answers 20 questions.
Aco Will Remain with Longtime Handler
Aco will remain with longtime handler.
Body found just east of Hendry’s Beach
Body found just east of Hendry’s Beach.
Can UCSB Scientists Help 'Climate-Proof' Important Seafoods?
Can UCSB scientists help 'climate-proof' important seafoods?
Case for Cuarta Beach Pits Private Ownership Against Public Access
The case for Cuarta Beach pits private ownership against public access.
Steve Lavagnino Picked to Chair the Board
Ceremonial swearing-in names Steve Lavagnino to chair the board.
'Raising Our Light' Draws More Than 1,000 to Manning Park
'Raising Our Light' draws more than 1,000 to Manning Park.
James Schwan Reflects on the Family Trade
James Schwan reflects on the family trade.
Program Puts Local Laborers Back to Work
Program puts local laborers affected by disasters back to work.
Editor and Reporter Keith Hamm Picks Favorite Articles from the Past Year
Editor and reporter Keith Hamm picks favorite articles from the past year.
Privately Funded Project Aims to Mitigate Debris Flows
Privately funded project aims to mitigate debris flows.
Couple Creates Home Base for Retirement, Family Gatherings
Couple creates home base for retirement and family gatherings.
Door-to-Door Outreach Delivers Storm-Readiness Info
Door-to-door outreach delivers storm-readiness info.
Helping Clients Bring Creative Vision to Life
She enjoys helping clients bring creative vision to life.
Santa Barbara’s Lakey Peterson Finishes World Number Two
Santa Barbara’s Lakey Peterson finishes world number two.
Billionaire Charlie Munger Finances Purch of “Coastal Jewel”
Billionaire Charlie Munger finances purchase of “coastal jewel.”
Emergency Permitting Process Makes More Headway
The emergency permitting process has made even more headway.
Designer Lee Kirch Turns Neglected Cottage into “Little Jewel.”
Designer Lee Kirch turns neglected cottage in to “little jewel.”
State Leaders Convene to Discuss Emergency Alert Systems
State leaders convene to discuss emergency alert systems.
Yearlong Contest Series Culminates Next Week in Hawaii
Yearlong contest series culminates next week in Hawaii.
Volunteer Team Looked for Human Remains in Paradise
Volunteer team looked for human remains in Paradise.
Santa Barbara Electrician with Humble Start in 1981.
Santa Barbara electrician had humble beginnings in 1981.
Cheri Rae's New Book Provides Path for Parents
Cheri Rae's new book provides path for parents.
Emergency Measure Seeks to Mitigate a Repeat of 1/9 Debris Flow
Emergency measure seeks to mitigate a repeat of 1/9 Debris Flow.
Maeve Juarez and Andy Rupp Awarded for 1/9 Rescues
Maeve Juarez and Andy Rupp awarded for 1/9 rescues.
Utility Giant CEO Shares Report With Investors
The utility giant CEO shares report with investors.
New Name Honors Beloved Principal
New name honors beloved principal.
Project Manager Reflects on Challenging Home Renovation
Project manager reflects on challenging residential renovation.
Acquisition Culminates 25+-Year Effort
Acquisition culminates effort that started in the early '90s.
Retired Nurse Invests Equity to ‘Get it Done!’
Retired nurse invests equity to “get it done!”
$3M Project Upgrades to Smart Meters
The $3-million project gives smart meters to 4,600 customers.
October 18 Event Organized by the Associated Student Body
The October 18 event is organized by the Associated Student Body.
Board Vote Set for October 23
Board members are schedule to vote on October 23.
Opponents of Just Communities Training Outnumbered by Supporters
Opponents of Just Communities training workshops were widely outnumbered by supporters.
Well-Funded Nonprofit Seeks Emergency Permits to Block Debris Flows
A well-funded nonprofit is seeking emergency permits to block debris flows.