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11 hrs ago | The Salinas Californian
MCOE is at 901 Blanco Circle, Salinas. The project was convened by the Monterey County Constitution Project Committee in the 2012-13 school year to enrich the lives of Monterey County 8th graders with the great achievements of the Constitution that frames our country.
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18 hrs ago | Monterey County Herald
To help set budget priorities, participants will be given an imaginary $500 and asked to allocate it to what they believe are the city's most important priorities.
With a key state approval in hand, the city of Seaside is in position to sell the site of a long-planned In-N-Out Burger restaurant.
Not content to cater just to Southern Californians, the Rincon Indian tribe is getting ready to debut an ambitious $160 million expansion of its Harrah's-branded resort that it hopes will help elevate it as a world-class destination.
Meet the authors Elaine Elinson and Stan Yogi for a discussion of the book and exhibit currently on display in Marina and Castroville.
On Monday, Cal Am engineering manager Ian Crooks told the Peninsula water authority's technical advisory committee that it will take several months to complete the analysis of water drawn from bore holes on the Cemex property north of Marina and elsewhere.
Tight supplies and rising fuel prices portend a future of increased oil harvests from tough-to-reach North American fields, which will send more crude oil by rail car to Contra Costa County refineries and pose safety and environmental risks to the area, according to industry critics and environmentalists.
The pirate ship tour boat sank under the weekend's barrage of rain, snow and high wind in Southern California.
The first fire was at 9:40 a.m. on the 3200 block of Vista Del Camino. The Marina Fire Department responded to a garage fire the homeowner had partially extinguished and arriving personnel found smoke coming from the garage and attic.
P2 WAS OPERATING V2 SB ON DEL MONTE BLVD FROM BEACH RD. WITNESS 1 STATED P1 FAILED TO STOP FOR THE POSTED STOP SIGN AND ENTERED THE INTERSECTION.
During a recent break in my KGO Radio gig on the "Cooking with Ryan Scott" show, one of our guests, Chris Wanner, approached me.
Two long time residents of the South Bay, Ada Osborn and Don Hinkle - which we might add are a couple of our favorite people - were singled out in separate ceremonies the other day, one at a local restaurant and the other at a military base.