January 28, 2021
Biden Moves Toward Banning New Offshore Drilling Here
Other recent news: Santa Barbara City Council votes to require union labor on some construction projects; Montecito Journal argues that county vaccination regulations should be flouted; SBPD likely to get body cameras soon; thefts of catalytic converters are on the rise; Summerland tennis court renovation; artist Andrew Leonard's fresh take on Santa Barbara locales.
July 28, 2020
Carpinteria Might Try Closing Some Streets to Cars
Other recent news: Design for 103-unit affordable-housing complex at Carrillo and Castillo streets; three places you can recycle plastic bags; another photo of the Montecito bear; outside service doesn't help salons that much; school-board candidates; computer game about zombies in Santa Barbara.
March 19, 2020
Mesa Verde, The Daisy, and The Project Have All Closed
More food news: Restaurants are getting creative in order to survive; why it's important to order takeout directly through the restaurant; pickup and delivery now available from the Public Market; Whole Foods is giving seniors exclusive access to its opening hour; curbside pickup and soon delivery at C'est Cheese; a message from Bell's.