February 14, 2020
Cannabis Industry Figures Launch Campaign Attacking Laura Capps
Other local news: DEA agents raid San Ysidro Pharmacy; city to eliminate left turns onto Cliff Drive; two Independent endorsements; how Montecito sewage becomes "brand-name fertilizer"; half-naked trespasser; Trump likely to veto act preserving Los Padres National Forest areas; wildfire-mitigation map; fact sheets proposed for newlyweds.
February 10, 2020
February 6, 2020
The Round Tower Under Construction on East Valley Road
Other recent news: The standout candidate for state assembly; design changes to the San Ysidro roundabout; new database of city building projects; Goleta's first cannabis store has opened; Noletans oppose housing for mentally ill and homeless; king tides are coming up; rescued barn owl released.
February 3, 2020
The City of Santa Barbara Has Enough Water for Two Years
Other local news: Exactly how dangerous is Highway 154?; Jesusita Trail closing for renovations a few days this week; sailboat ran ashore in front of the yacht club; historic non-profit meeting space reopens; Mid-State Fair concert lineup.
January 30, 2020
UCLA Is Rumored to Be Opening Two Medical Centers Here
Other local news: City and county might combine emergency dispatch services; entertaining debate recap; actor Christopher Lloyd listed his house; dubious cannabis accounting; western monarch butterfly population decimation; La Casa de la Raza community center is back in trouble.
January 28, 2020
January 24, 2020
New Montecito Boutique Opened by Celebrity Entrepreneur and His Wife
More local news: Papyrus is closing all of its stores, including the one at La Cumbre Plaza; a summary of the recent Das Williams/Laura Capps debate; options unveiled for Modoc Road bike path; Montecito's walking-path mapmaker.
January 22, 2020
Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi Bought Another House
Two houses and a condo, actually. Other recent news: Uber is letting drivers at Santa Barbara Airport set their own fares; indoor-cycling studio at the La Cumbre mall; Southern California Edison accused of dumping debris into Mission Creek; Eastside Library reopens.
January 20, 2020
January 16, 2020
Bristol Farms Construction to Restart After Two-Month Delay
Other local news: Snow forecast for the Grapevine, which could mean traffic here; the stalled state of the Bellosguardo Foundation; burn-area sediment will be dumped at beaches in Goleta and Carp; Montecito resident working on a walking-path map; Westerlay Orchids is expanding. 1