Menu
/REGISTER
Montecito
Pac Premier
Giving Guide

Home prices skyrocket in region

This article is only available to Business Times subscribers Subscribers: LOG IN or REGISTER for complete digital access. Not a Subscriber? SUBSCRIBE for full access to our weekly newspaper, online edition and Book of Lists. Check the STATUS of your Subscription Account.

Latest news View All →

Jobs, Workers Up as Area Unemployment Falls  

Amber Hair I 3 days ago

The latest state numbers show more people in the region's workforce, as well as consistently decreasing rates of people on unemployment. (File Photo) The tri-county Read More →

Mission Produce CEO a finalist for Entrepreneur of the Year  

Jorge Mercado I 4 days ago

Mission Produce CEO Steve Barnard at the company's distribution plant in 2017. (file photo) Steve Barnard, the CEO of Mission Produce in Oxnard, is a Read More →

UCLA Health continues northward march  

Jorge Mercado I 4 days ago

Eight years ago, UCLA Health made its first move up the Central Coast, opening a clinic in Westlake Village. Now, UCLA Health’s expansion has reached Read More →

EPA fines two Ventura County auto parts companies for emission control violations  

Staff Report I 4 days ago

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced settlements with four California automotive parts distributors, including two based in Ventura County, for violations of the Clean Air Read More →

Simi Valley not worried about AeroVironment’s headquarters move  

Jorge Mercado I 4 days ago

Ingenuity, a helicopter drone made by AeroVironment in Simi Valley, is lowered from the Perseverance rover onto the surface of Mars on March 30. (courtesy Read More →

Our View: United water drills for solutions; Cal-OSHA comes to its senses  

Editorial Board I 4 days ago

At a time of high fire danger and extreme drought, one of the deeper questions about climate change is the ability of West Ventura County Read More →

Home prices skyrocket in region  

Abigail Napp I 4 days ago

This 3-bedroom house in Santa Barbara is listed at $1.6 million, below the city’s median sale price of $1.7 million. The median price in Santa Read More →
Henry Dubroff

Dubroff: MacKenzie Scott’s $35M will go a long way for CSUCI, SBCC  

Henry Dubroff I 4 days ago

Someday, somebody will write a book about what happened when Ventura County finally got its four-year public university. There were decades of frustration as environmentalists Read More →

Biotech’s movers and shakers gather for BioMedley  

Jorge Mercado I 4 days ago

As more and more people are getting their COVID-19 vaccinations, one of the companies responsible for their creation is still looking for ways to improve Read More →

Street Smarts: Top Sonos lawyer takes his case to U.S. Senate  

Staff Report I 4 days ago

Sonos, the Santa Barbara-based audio innovator, continues to speak out about how tech giants squelch innovation. Chief Counsel Eddie Lazarus offered testimony to the U.S. Read More →

Santa Barbara Bowl set for August reopening  

Tony Biasotti I 4 days ago

A concert at the Santa Barbara Bowl in 2012 (photo courtesy A. Arthur Fisher) The Santa Barbara Bowl canceled the first three shows on its Read More →

Trade Desk shares up 5% after split  

Jorge Mercado I 4 days ago

The Trade Desk’s previously announced 10-for-1 split of its common stock took when the market opened on June 17.  The Ventura advertising technology company’s stock Read More →

Startups take center stage at Cal Poly’s AngelCon  

Jorge Mercado I 4 days ago

Judy Mahan, director of the Cal Poly SLO Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, and Liz Fisher, the center's program manager, hold a check for Tallyfor, Read More →

Scenes from the reopening: lottery winners, maskless customers  

Tony Biasotti I 5 days ago

Addison Hunter puts on a mask before entering Crushcakes in downtown Santa Barbara on June 15. Masks are no longer required outdoors but many restaurants Read More →

CSUCI, SBCC get multimillion-dollar gifts from MacKenzie Scott  

Tony Biasotti I 6 days ago

CSU Channel Islands received $15 million from MacKenzie Scott, the largest gift in its history. (courtesy photo) Amazon billionaire MacKenzie Scott gave away another $2.7 Read More →

AeroVironment moves headquarters out of Simi Valley  

Staff Report I 6 days ago

This building in Moorpark is one of AeroVironment's facilities in the Simi Valley area. (file photo) Fifty years after it was founded and two and Read More →

Sientra closes sale of miraDry at $10M loss  

Staff Report I 7 days ago

Sientra, a Goleta-based plastic surgery device company specializing in breast implants, announced June 11 that it had closed the sale of miraDry, a non-surgical dermatological Read More →

American Riviera moves up to top OTC marketplace  

Staff Report I 7 days ago

American Riviera Bank is now listed on the OTC Markets Group's Best Market. (file photo) American Riviera Bank, the second-largest bank based in the Tri-Counties Read More →

Mission Produce earnings up, buoyed by rising avocado consumption  

Jorge Mercado I 1 week ago

Rising avocado sales helped Mission Produce turn a profit in the second quarter of 2021 after posting a loss a year earlier. The Oxnard-based avocado Read More →

Our View: A better way to build in fire-prone regions  

Editorial Board I 1 week ago

At a time when reservoirs are drying up fast and memories of deadly fires have not faded, it’s hard to swallow the fact that we Read More →

Opinion: We might not see the inflation bus coming until it’s run us over  

Guest commentary I 1 week ago

By John Grace Everybody wants to know the date things go sideways. As I am fond of saying, if we are jaywalking across the street Read More →

Real Estate: Vernon Group on a building spree  

Amber Hair I 1 week ago

The Vernon Group broke ground on a new apartment complex in Santa Maria on June 9. The complex, Elements Apartments, will have nearly 170 luxury Read More →

Street Smarts: Bill Foley pairs Santa Barbara wine, Las Vegas hockey  

Staff Report I 1 week ago

The NHL’s Las Vegas Golden Knights are in the Stanley Cup playoffs, and they come with a Central Coast connection. The franchise’s primary owner is Read More →

Region’s universities strive for workplace inclusiveness  

Amber Hair I 1 week ago

The tri-county region’s universities and colleges teach tens of thousands of students and employ thousands of people to do so. Creating a welcoming and inclusive Read More →

Pride’s new faces in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties  

Amber Hair I 1 week ago

Tess Allen at the Ventura office of Diversity Collective Ventura County. She was hired early this year as the group's first executive director. (Rob Varela Read More →