Global from the Get-Go: Global Manufacturing for Startups Summit Clarifies the Path from Prototype to Market

  Staff Report Join your entrepreneurial-minded peers at the Global Manufacturing for Startups Summit later this month, hosted by the Santa Barbara City College Scheinfeld Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation. The Summit will be held from 8:30 a.m. – 2:15 p.m. on Friday, October 27, with networking to follow until 2:45 at The Fess Parker Resort in Santa Barbara, and is designed to help startups successfully […]

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Lane family celebrates 150 years of farming

Deeply rooted in agriculture, the family makes even its pumpkin patch a tool for education By Raiza Giorgi There was a time when many Californians knew the farmers who produced their food, but that hasn’t been the case as farm fields have turned into housing tracts over the decades. However, members of the Lane family in Goleta are proud to […]

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Crowds Squeeze in to California Lemon Festival to Celebrate Zest of Honor

By Brooke Holland Lemon-inspired foods, drinks and family-fun activities took over Goleta’s Girsh Park on Saturday as thousands of people paid tribute to the yellow citrus fruit at the 26th annual California Lemon Festival. The two-day festival, put on by the Goleta Chamber of Commerce, celebrates the community’s heritage as a leading lemon-growing region during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. An estimated […]

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Santa Barbara Real Estate agents host 15th anniversary honoring The Teacher’s Fund

Contributed by Jennifer Goddard Village Properties Co-owner Renee Grubb and real estate agent Leanne Wood are hosting a celebration on Thursday Oct. 12 to honor the 15th anniversary of The Teacher’s Fund, a non-profit organization that raises funds for Santa Barbara-area teachers in support of enrichment education. The anniversary celebration will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Oct. 12, at Village Properties, downtown […]

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SBCC business program honored for increasing opportunities

SBCC business program honored for increasing opportunities Staff report Santa Barbara City College’s International Business program has received a career education award because graduates have increased their earnings by an average of 55 percent. The recognition came from Strong Workforce Stars, a new annual award for career education programs, also known as career technical education (CTE), within California’s 114 community […]

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Ridley-Tree Cancer Center to open at new site Sept. 18

By Elizabeth Baker for Sansum Clinic. The Ridley-Tree Cancer Center will open its doors at 540 W. Pueblo St. on Monday, Sept. 18. The three-story, 54,780-square-foot medical center, which is two blocks from Sansum Clinic and Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, brings members of the Santa Barbara oncology team to a single location where patients can access all aspects of multi-disciplinary […]

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Radiologist joins board at Breast Cancer Resource Center

Radiologist joins board at Breast Cancer Resource Center Staff report Dr. Laurel Hansch has joined the board of directors at the Breast Cancer Resource Center of Santa Barbara. A radiologist, Dr. Hansch is president of South Coast Radiological Association and serves in multiple leadership positions within the Cottage Health Systems medical staff. She is fellowship-trained in imaging and intervention at […]

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