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A former Santa Barbara City College art teacher has sued the school for wrongful termination, claiming that the department is “ushering out an old era,” but some of his assertions do not check out based on Business Times research. William Durham filed a suit in Santa Barbara Superior Court on March 23. The former 20-year Read More →
A proposal to overhaul Ventura County’s public pension system appears dead after the Ventura County Taxpayers Association said it will not appeal a judge’s Aug. 4 ruling that tossed the ballot measure.
The rise of home care in a region that is one of the most expensive areas to live in the country has thrust the future of the occupation into the middle of high-profile battles over government spending, the cost of care, wage standards and the future of unions.
The two biggest print news organizations in Santa Barbara could change for years to come as a result of legal decisions in early August.
The publisher of the Santa Barbara News-Press committed multiple unfair labor practices and will be required to offer eight fired journalists who took part in union organizing their jobs back, the National Labor Relations Board found in a decision issued Aug. 11.