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Santa Cruz Mountain Sol Festival organizers say they raised thousands of dollars over the weekend to support a pair of local groups who helped make the event a resounding success. Santa Cruz Derby, a local roller derby group, and Santa Cruz County Long Term Recovery Group, an organization that helps residents affected by wildfire, will get thousands each.
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Real Costs of New Alzheimer’s Drug Will Mostly Fall to Taxpayers
To qualify for Leqembi, patients must undergo a PET scan that looks for amyloid plaques, the protein clumps that clog the brains of many Alzheimer’s patients.
Global Nonprofit Leader Named New Santa Cruz County Meals on Wheels Director
More than a decade of community development experience in different sectors both locally and abroad has brought Darren Daley back to the Central Coast, where he was named director of Meals on Wheels for Santa Cruz County.
Inflation, legal settlement puts squeeze on some tenants.
Back in 1971, when Aretha Franklin crooned, “Rock steady, baby / That's what I feel now,” she was following in the footsteps of Alton Ellis & The Flames, who sang “Better get ready / Come do rock steady, ooh / …
A new volunteer group called the Brush Brigade recently started to help seniors and other residents haul away brush or cut it into wood chips.
As pandemic rules expire, safety-net gaps widen.
LIVE OAK—The Live Oak School District (LOSD) Board of Trustees on Wednesday tabled a decision of whether to enforce an eviction notice to the senior programs using their building in Live Oak. Meals on Wheels—overseen by Community Bridges—and Senior Network …
School district committee to tackle dispute.
By Julie Horner The Highlands Park Senior Center has served as a hub for San Lorenzo Valley residents for more than 40 years. It was built for and dedicated to the nonprofit Senior Citizens Organization of San Lorenzo Valley in …
Starting Jan. 1, California law will again require drivers 70 and older to renew their license in person at a DMV office.
Seven months after Live Oak School District’s eviction notice, the Santa Cruz County nonprofit is granted a half-year reprieve
Affordable unit requirement scaled back.