Since the day it opened last year, the Central Coast Veterans Cemetery has been a cemetery that lacked in-ground burials. Right now, it only has space for cremated remains. But that will change with a new infusion of funds.
Davenport is on the verge of running out of water. At issue is who should pay for repairs to the main water pipeline that serves the small community north of Santa Cruz: the cement plant that owns the town's water infrastructure or residents.
Maintaining historic buildings is expensive and often relies on the goodwill of donors and volunteers. In many places, that model is failing. So the National Trust for Historic Preservation is trying something new. And it’s starting with a historic building in Monterey.
The CEMEX sand mine on the beach in Marina will close after being targeted for violating the California Coastal Act. That’s according the a proposed settlement between the California Coastal Commission and CEMEX.
The Monterey International Pop Festival half a century ago was iconic. It launched the careers of some legendary musicians and created a blueprint for future music festivals. The producers of this weekend’s 50th anniversary of Monterey Pop never set out to recreate the original, but did find ways to celebrate it. And they also set the festival apart from other music festivals today.
It’s hard to imagine a time when no one really knew Jimi Hendrix. But the 1967 Monterey International Pop Festival was that time. When Hendrix took the stage that summer, he hadn’t made his mark on the American music scene.
As a paddle out is being planned for July 9th to honor the life of surfing legend Jack O’Neill, mourners continue to leave flowers at his Santa Cruz home. That’s where he died last Friday surrounded by family. He was 94-years-old.