Hannah Hagemann, Santa Cruz Sentinel

Hannah Hagemann

Santa Cruz Sentinel

Felton, CA, United States

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Past articles by Hannah:

Erica Padilla-Chavez prepares to lead Second Harvest Food Bank as CEO

Padilla-Chavez will leave post at Pajaro Valley Prevention and Student Assistance in July. → Read More

Officials mark Highway 17 wildlife undercrossing construction

Animals like mountain lions, bobcats and foxes that frequently are hit and killed will soon be provided safe passage. → Read More

Watsonville City Council approves novel Hillcrest Estates development agreement

Agreement would make future residents of development liable to maintain and improve a pit of contaminated soil, and potentially pay for cleanup if the structure fails. → Read More

Watsonville: Hillcrest Estate residents could be liable for soil contamination issues

City Council to vote on a “development agreement” during a Tuesday meeting. → Read More

San Lorenzo Valley Water District Board names Jeff Hill as interim member

Hill has lived in the district for more than 20 years, and served for nearly two on its finance and budget committee → Read More

April soaking, potential thunderstorms headed to Santa Cruz County and Bay Area this week

This week’s second weather system is expected to reach the Central Coast by Thursday morning. Residents should stay alert Thursday when there is some risk of floods, rock falls and debris flows. → Read More

Santa Cruz County Resource Conservation District offers no-cost chipping program

This year CZU August Lightning Complex fire survivors who are rebuilding are also eligible to participate in the program. → Read More

To fix Pajaro River levees officials ask locals to foot part of bill

Monterey and Santa Cruz County voters will decide if they’ll contribute on average $200 a year to maintain a new system of Pajaro River levees, that will bolster flood protection. → Read More

Watsonville City Council names Rene Mendez as city manager

Officials cited Mendez’s deep experience in local government and his particular expertise in health and environmental initiatives. → Read More

Wet weather coming to Santa Cruz County, but bulk of rainfall to hit NorCal

Officials say the two systems will green grass and provide a short-term delay to fire season. → Read More

UCSC hosts ‘Universe in Verse’ science and art event

Creatives and researchers are set to perform universe-inspired poetry, art and music → Read More

Watsonville pegs Rene Mendez as new city manager

Longtime Salinas Valley government leader Rene Mendez is likely to step into the role of Watsonville City Manager, according to a press release, after the city and a consultant undertook a months-l… → Read More

San Lorenzo Valley Water Districts move closer to consolidation with fire-damaged systems

Come customers are getting closer to relief, after the San Lorenzo Valley Water District Board of Directors accepted a legal document during a Thursday meeting, but challenges to fully fund the wor… → Read More

Santa Cruz County drought: dry vegetation fuels wildlife risk but reservoir level strong

Region could see temperatures in the 80s to 90s Thursday. → Read More

To buy Watsonville Community Hospital, group needs $20 million by July

Funds are a fraction of total of $66 million to buy the hospital and operate it during its first year. → Read More

Santa Cruz COVID-19 cases ‘flatten out’ but new wave likely to hit in next month, says health officer

The BA.2 Omicron variant is predicted to make landfall in the region, according to Deputy Health Officer Dr. David Ghilarducci. → Read More

Pajaro River levee rebuild awarded $67 million in federal infrastructure funds

Surrounding communities have seen decades-long saga of damage and death due to flooding. → Read More

Santa Cruz O’Neill Sea Odyssey relaunches catamaran classroom

Students will come aboard again to learn about the ocean while sailing, beginning Thursday. → Read More

Santa Cruz County nonprofit to distribute $657,000 in immigration scholarships

Funds will assist more than 1,200 Central Coast immigrants, and those in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program. → Read More

Crews cut trails at to-be-opened Santa Cruz North Coast national monument

Visitors could explore first 4 miles of trail at Cotoni-Coast Dairies as soon as November. → Read More