December 5, 2022

		

Madeleine Benn


| Thursday, December 1st, 2022

Infection straining region’s health care system

Health Care & Life Science, Top Stories, Top Story

By Madeleine Benn Staff Writer Central Coast hospitals and health care facilities are straining to care for patients suffering from RSV, a contagious, potentially serious, non-COVID-19 illness that could combine with COVID and other infectious diseases to result in a multi-epidemic in the region during the winter months, say local public health officials, health care Read More →

| Thursday, December 1st, 2022

Montecito Bank & Trust opens in Santa Maria

Banking Industry

By Madeleine Benn Staff Writer Montecito Bank & Trust is expanding into the Santa Maria Valley, as the largest bank based on the Central Coast opens its 15th branch.  After having received FDIC approval, the bank is set to have a soft launch in December and a grand opening in January.  “We have been planning Read More →

| Saturday, November 26th, 2022

Retailers Cautious as Season Opens

Latest news, Retailing, Top Story

Retailers cautious as season opens By Madeleine Benn  Staff Writer The outlook for regional retailers appears mixed this key holiday season.  Industry observers, local merchants and shoppers interviewed voiced differing expectations about spending during a time of the year that remains crucial for many retailers, as November and December has traditionally been when consumers have Read More →

| Friday, November 25th, 2022

Thanksgiving closures planned for Highway 101

Columns, Real Estate

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| Saturday, November 19th, 2022

VCCCD seeking new campus space on Limoneira land

Agribusiness, Education, Government, Real Estate

By Madeleine Benn Staff Writer The Ventura County Community College District has been quietly exploring launching a satellite campus in the Santa Clara River Valley, the Business Times has learned.  “We’ve been actively working with the community college for over a decade to find land to help them develop a campus in Santa Paula,” Harold Read More →

| Saturday, November 19th, 2022

<strong>Casinos emerge on top</strong>

Government

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| Saturday, November 19th, 2022

Santa Barbara County begins mapping new housing plan

Columns, Real Estate

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