April 6, 2022
Tag: Santa Barbara Airport
New Shops in Montecito, Santa Claus Lane, and Goleta
Plus: Santa Barbara Airport announced two new routes; polo tickets are on sale; yet another Santa Barbara hotel changed hands; county seeks poll workers for June's primary election; what's up now at Sullivan Goss and Thomas Reynolds Gallery; any interest in buying a corn maze? 2
March 9, 2022
August 29, 2021
Increased Speed-Limit Enforcement in Highway 101 Construction Zones
Plus: Another hint that the Biltmore and Coral Casino could be splitting up; antiques store opening in Montecito; rare white abalone spotted off Santa Cruz Island; reading by writer T.C. Boyle; more on the inflatable elephant art project; Santa Barbara Airport parking signage.
August 20, 2021
Airport Noise Complaints Have Doubled This Summer
Other recent news: An update on the county's Covid numbers; four theaters now require proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test; ExxonMobil’s plan for up to 70 truckloads of oil a day has hit a snag; cannabis grower fined $40,000 for environmental violations; new technology repair shop.
August 11, 2021
July 14, 2021
July 11, 2021
Travel In and Out of Santa Barbara Is Way Up
Other recent news: The Planning Commission insists on changes from the Montecito Club; a new location for this fall's California Avocado Festival; Marymount School has changed its name; Floyd Mayweather boxing studio opening here; two brothers have picked up tons of garbage this summer; News-Press rebuked by the National Labor Relations Board; the restoration of All Saints-by-the-Sea church is complete.
July 4, 2021
California Moved Closer to Decriminalizing Psychedelic Drugs
Other recent news: Parking issues at Santa Barbara Airport; tax increase on gasoline; Santa Barbara City College faculty is upset that the college won't insist on vaccinations; Montecito Fire Department's vent retrofit program; new luxury horse facility in Santa Ynez.
June 11, 2021
The Marshalls Building Is on the Market Again
Plus: Rosewood Miramar Beach's fashion promotion; Toad the Wet Sprocket and Judy Collins at the Lobero Theatre; Chelsea Handler at the Santa Barbara Bowl; revised design for the airport addition; Park Lane lot division; Shopkeepers hosts Shand this Saturday; Gaviota rest areas closed in both directions till February. 1
March 1, 2021
More Occupations Are Now Eligible for Vaccinations
Other recent news: American Airlines will start limited service between Santa Barbara and Chicago; actor Bryan Cranston listed his beach house; county sheriff's department questioned about rate hike; water agencies want the right to sell surplus water; more on the push for Coast Village Road improvements.