Santa Barbara Public Library Digitizes More than 2,500 Historic Images
Santa Barbara Public Library digitizes more than 2,500 historic images.
Regular Trainings Provided by Department and Private Companies
Regular trainings are provided by the department and private companies.
Union-Only Construction-Bid Issue Goes to City Council
Union-only construction-bid issue, proposed by Councilmember Gregg Hart, goes next to City Council.
Officials Urge Residents to Sign Up for 'Aware & Prepare'
Official urge residents to sign up for 'Aware & Prepare.'
Jeff Wapner Returns Home to Create New Company
Jeff Wapner returns home to Santa Barbara to create his new company.
Council Recognizes Both for Second Monday in October
Coucilmembers recognize both for second Monday in October.
Lawn Bowlers, Farmers Dispute Proposed Locations
Lawn bowlers, farmers dispute proposed locations.
Nonprofit Accused of Shirking Mission and Catering to Rich
The nonprofit is accused of shirking its mission and catering to the rich.
County Launches Parcel-Based Strategy
County launches parcel-based strategy.
Policy Would Prioritize Local Crews Over Out-Of-Towners
Policy would prioritize local crews over out-of-towners.
This Halloween, Scare and Satisfy Your Taste Buds with These Candies
This Halloween, scare and satisfy your taste buds with these candies.
Ryan Gosling’s Armstrong Demystifies American Hero
Ryan Gosling’s Armstrong demystifies the American hero to a compelling degree.
Montecito Volunteer Group Cites Inadequacies
A representative with Montecito's volunteer responders found the report lacking.
Foundation Also Facing Legal Challenge
The nonprofit foundation, set up to fulfill Huguette Clark's legacy, also faces a legal challenge.
Santa Barbara’s Nuclear Age Peace Foundation to Host Her October 21
Santa Barbara’s Nuclear Age Peace Foundation is hosting her on October 21.
Trainings Begin Early January
Trainings begin in early January.
Museum of Contemporary Art won’t comment on the vendor they say caused the trouble.
Passenger Count Up 14 Percent Since 2017
Passenger count has climbed 14 percent since 2017.
Studios Start at $1,850 a Month
Studios start at $1,850 a month, and two-bedrooms top out at $3,800.
Apartment Complex Will Serve Struggling Veterans
The 16-unit apartment will serve veterans struggling financially.
The Santa Barbara Maritime Museum Is Hosting a Free Wine and Cheese Reception October 18
The Santa Barbara Maritime Museum is hosting a free wine and cheese reception on October 18.
On social media, Michael Orrick posts about “white pride,” the Confederacy, and assault rifles.
Vandenberg Air Force Base receives first booster rocket touchdown on West Coast.
Santa Barbara Leaders Hear from Other Cities Who Have Figured It Out
Santa Barbara leaders hear from other cities who have figured it out.
He Cited the Cost and a Supposed Lack of Transparency
He cited the cost and a supposed lack of transparency.
Draft Report Details Thomas Fire, 1/9 Debris Flow
An independent draft report details response to Thomas Fire and 1/9 Debris Flow.
The Additions Are Part of Its $20 Million Centennial Project
The additions are part of its $20 million Centennial Project.
Mayor Murillo: No Comment
Business leaders want greater transparency on potential downtown tenants.
The Star of the New Heritage Menu at the Hilton Santa Barbara Beachfront Resort
The star of the new heritage menu at the Hilton Santa Barbara Beachfront Resort.
New Census Data Shows Population Shrinking 24 Percent Since 2011
New census data shows their population has shrunk by 24 percent since 2011.
Three Dozen Faculty Signed Letter Condemning College's Inaction
Three dozen faculty members signed a letter condemning the college's inaction.
Dr. Hongjun Zhou was arrested September 6.
The $582 million program would replace and improve equipment
Lois & Walter Capps Project Hosts Successful Our Common Table Event
Lois & Walter Capps Project hosts successful Our Common Table event.
How Black Gold Has Brightened and Darkened Santa Barbara
The exhibit examines how black gold has brightened and darkened Santa Barbara.
Should Property Owners Do More to Save State Street?
Should property owners do more to save State Street?
A $30,000 donation will pay for the new equipment.
Russell Bradley Arrives from Farallon Islands
Russell Bradley arrives from Farallon Islands.
Holiday Pop-Up Slated for Empty Storefront
A holiday pop-up is slated for the empty storefront
Bill Seeks Emergency-Alert Automatic Enrollment
SB 821 seeks automatic enrollment in emergency-alert messaging system.
Should City Say Goodbye to Columbus?
Should the city say goodbye to Columbus?
Singer Wowed Bowl Crowd with Percussive, Kinetic Concert on August 24
Former Talking Heads frontman wowed the Bowl crowd with a percussive, kinetic concert.
‘Santa Barbara Independent’ Presents Ninth Annual Ode to Eating Out
The ‘Santa Barbara Independent’ presents its ninth annual ode to eating out.
They Share Their Secrets of Staying Power
They share their secrets of staying power.
Republican Challenger Facing Salud Carbajal for Third Time
The Republican challenger is facing Salud Carbajal for the third time.
They're Sleek, Tough, and Full of Innovation
They're sleek, tough, and full of innovation.
SBPD Shortlist Features Four Downtown Sites
SBPD shortlist features four downtown sites.
Glory and Defeat Are All Part of the Game
Glory and defeat are all part of the game.
Private, Black-Tie Fundraiser Set for October
The private, black-tie fundraiser is set for October 14.
Drastic Measure Deemed 'Lesser of Two Evils'
The utility company deems the drastic measure the 'lesser of two evils.'