Elaine Ingalls, Santa Cruz Sentinel

Elaine Ingalls

Santa Cruz Sentinel

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Past articles by Elaine:

Santa Cruz Helpers guides residents to resources during COVID-19 outbreak

Santa Cruz Helpers, a website that three county residents recently started online, connects people in need and with resources to give in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Mental, behavioral health services meet client needs during coronavirus pandemic

Santa Cruz County Behavioral Health, psychologist Fern Selzer and the Mental Health Client Action Network find ways to continue to serve their clients and offer strategies for relieving stress. → Read More

Business Digest: Bay Federal partners with GreenPath

CAPITOLA Bay Federal partners with GreenPath Bay Federal Credit Union is partnering with national nonprofit GreenPath Financial Wellness to address critical needs among the community during the pan… → Read More

Crime briefs | Santa Cruz police investigate shooting

Santa Cruz police responded to several incidents in the last few days including a shooting Tuesday night. → Read More

Companies respond to need of protective equipment, cleaning products

Smith & Vandiver, Joby Aviation, Blume Distillation and the Cabrillo College Makerspace are creating face shields, hand sanitizer or cleanser to respond to the community’s need to protect… → Read More

Business Digest: Bank accepts pre-application loans

Santa Cruz County Bank is taking pre-applications for SBA 7(a) loans available under the newly signed Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security, or CARES, Act. → Read More

Business Digest: Ride Out the Wave launches to support businesses

Santa Cruz Works and some local tech firm volunteers have created a website, Ride Out the Wave, to help businesses countywide receive support through gift cards. → Read More

Ethos named honoree for 2020 NEXTies

Capitola home goods store Ethos, formerly known as The Zero Shop, named the 2020 Green Business of the Year by Event Santa Cruz. → Read More

Santa Cruz Community Health Centers serves sick, hungry

Santa Cruz Community Health Centers has employed an Incident Command System to respond to the changing landscape of the COVID-19 pandemic, while conducting food distribution weekly. → Read More

Business Digest: Golden Shovel Agency explores virtual reality technology

SANTA CRUZ Golden Shovel Agency uses virtual reality Golden Shovel Agency is an economic development and marketing firm that works with economic developers, chambers of commerce, city, county and s… → Read More

Local doctor calls for action in COVID-19 outbreak

Dr. Catherine Forest, MD, made a call to action in a Twitter post Tuesday to protect health care workers and others against the COVID-19 outbreak. → Read More

Business Digest: New Tech holds virtual event Wednesday

SANTA CRUZ New Tech goes virtual April 1 Santa Cruz Works New Tech and Startup Monterey Bay Tech MeetUp will have their first virtual event from 7-8 p.m. Wednesday . The event will include presenta… → Read More

Jacob’s Heart meets families’ needs in wake of COVID-19

Jacob’s Heart Children’s Cancer Support Services is meeting the basic needs of the families it serves during the coronavirus pandemic, including grocery deliveries, transportation to medical treatm… → Read More

Business Digest: East Side Eatery open for deliveries, take out

CAPITOLA East Side Eatery open for food East Side Eatery Pizzeria and Restaurant is open for take out and deliveries from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. To place an order, visit toasttab.com. Customers c… → Read More

Santa Cruz County District Attorney warns of price gouging during COVID-19 pandemic

The Santa Cruz County District Attorney’s Office explains that price gouging is illegal during the COVID-19, or the coronavirus, emergency. → Read More

Businesses decide how to move forward during COVID-19 pandemic

The Bagelry, 99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall and Sante Adairus Rustic Ales can work under limited operations or have decided to close as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Changes to Santa Cruz Metro’s service start Monday

Santa Cruz Metro is making ridership changes effective Monday to continue to provide its services and protect its employees and customers during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Community foundation creates fund for pandemic relief

Community Foundation Santa Cruz County has created the COVID-19 Local Response Fund, a fund that awards local nonprofits to address the community’s needs during and after the pandemic. → Read More

Dignity Health launches virtual visits for COVID-19 symptoms

Dignity Health has launched Virtual Care Anywhere, a free virtual urgent care service to patients with mild to moderate symptoms of COVID-19. → Read More

Business Digest: 99 Bottles closes permanently

The restaurant and pub 99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall at 110 Walnut Ave. in Santa Cruz is closing its doors permanently. → Read More