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SB City Council To Tackle Local Density Dilemma

The Santa Barbara City Council will hold a meeting today and tomorrow to review its twenty-year city development plan and determine the region’s future housing, transportation and environmental poli...
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Weekend Wrap-Up

The Isla Vista Foot Patrol arrested a man for the possession of illegal drugs this weekend and responded to several assaults and burglaries.
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Vuillemainroy Takes Place of Lt. Olmstead

There is a new lieutenant in town — but for Ray Vuillemainroy, it is business as usual at the Isla Vista Foot Patrol station.
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Weekend Wrap-Up

The Isla Vista Foot Patrol responded to an assault with a deadly weapon this weekend, as well as several burglaries and a number of alcohol-related offenses.
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A Gaucho’s Guide to Voting in Santa Barbara County

The Nov. 2nd General Election is right around the corner and the deadlines to register are fast approaching. The following is important information you should know before heading to the polls...
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Weekend Wrap-Up

The Isla Vista Foot Patrol responded to several assaults this weekend, as well as reports of burglaries, vandalism and numerous alcohol-related offenses.
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Avocado Aficionados Throw Annual Festival

The city of Carpinteria is hosting its 24th annual Avocado Festival this weekend, offering visitors a wide variety of food and activities in celebration of the nutty, buttery fruit.
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Heat Wave Heightens Fire Risk

The National Weather Service announced a “Hazardous Weather Outlook” for the county as temperatures hit triple digits earlier this week, signifying a heightened risk for brush fires in the area.
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Who’s Who in the County

Whether you are a first year student or fifth year veteran, it is essential to recognize the movers and shakers within the county.
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County Offers New Alternative for Prison Inmates

Last week, county authorities opened two facilities in an effort to acclimate prison inmates on parole into society and reduce the percentages of repeat offences.
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Student Survives Cliff Tumble

Police responded to a call yesterday afternoon after reports came in that a UCSB student had fallen off a cliff on the 6500 block of Del Playa Drive.
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Cellular Company Triumphs

Last week cellular company Next G gained approval from the county board of supervisors to install a system of wireless antennas — or “nodes” — in Montecito.
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Permit Problems Force Festival to Scale Back Show

Despite facing numerous obstacles from city officials, the ocean-side West Beach Music and Arts Festival will kick off the new school year with music and entertainment this weekend.
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Tropicana Gardens Grows New Branches

Prior to the start of the academic year, the privately owned residence hall Tropicana Gardens purchased the neighboring Fontainebleu buildings and renovated the facilities in an effort to garner more ...
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Goleta Library Opens Council Space to Locals

In response to a vacancy on the Santa Barbara County’s Library Advisory Committee, the Goleta City Council is accepting applications to fill the unexpired term.
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