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Veterans Day Parade features local veterans
SALINAS - The Salinas Annual Veterans Day Parade brought many local veterans as well as high school groups, such as Soledad High School NJROTC and Gonzales Marching Band, to honor veterans on Nov. 11 at Downtown Main Street. Capt. Rich Wiley, a King City High School graduate who was raised in Greenf
Journey to Change asks city for space
SOLEDAD - Members of Journey to Change asked Soledad City Council for space to host their meetings to raise awareness about local violence on Nov. 1. Journey to Change is a youth-led organization in which teenagers raise awareness of local violence by empowering community members to increase advocac
City shuts off well due to bacteria
GONZALES - Well No. 5 has been removed from service to the residents of Gonzales due to coliform bacteria found in the water system. "Coliform is a naturally occurring item in our dust and dirt around here," said Public Works Director Harold Wolgamott. The well in question is located on Fanoe Road.
Train hits person on tracks in Salinas
A person was hospitalized after being hit by a train in Salinas on Thursday evening. Reports came in around 7 p.m. of a person who was struck by a train in the area of E. Alisal and Front streets. The crash did not kill the person, who was taken by ambulance to a local hospital, said Marc Magliari,
Council Chamber renovations to begin in December
GONZALES - The Gonzales City Council Chambers will soon be getting new renovation updates made to the building. "These chambers that we are in are going to be updated," said Public Works Director Harold Wolgamott. "The bids are out and the mandatory walkthrough was the week of Nov. 6." Bids are due
Community Foundation for Monterey County here for good
Subscribed, but don't have a login? There is an adage in our field that goes, "If you've seen one community foundation, you've seen one community foundation." As place-based centers of philanthropy, all community foundations will be different because they're reflections of the donors, needs, geograp
2 earthquakes strike near Gonzales
USGS Updated: 6:18 PM PST Nov 14, 2017 A 3.8-magnitude earthquake struck at 5:23 p.m. Tuesday near Gonzales. Another earthquake hit just 10 minutes earlier with a magnitude of 3.3. This is happening just one day after a 4.7-magnitude quake struck with an epicenter next to Gonzales.
A tour of Coca-Cola's little-known Salinas bottling factory reveals hundreds of flavors and brands.
Spreckels Sugar launched in the Salinas Valley in 1896, growing and processing sugar beets before the region was developed as a farming mecca. Just eight years later, in 1904, another business with a sweet tooth opened up shop, and though it's relocated since, Coca-Cola has been doing business in Sa
Teen facing gang charges arrested in Tustin burglary, car-theft incident
TUSTIN - A juvenile wanted for car theft broke into a Tustin home Thursday morning, stole a car and tried to drive away in it, but was quickly apprehended, police said. A woman called police just after 5 a.m. in the 1400 block of Madison Street to report a burglar was breaking into her home, Tustin
Proposal withdrawn for mental health crisis clinic in Tustin after contentious public hearing
TUSTIN Weeks after residents lined up at a Planning Commission hearing to denounce a mental health crisis clinic under consideration, the county - in conjunction with St. Joseph Hospital of Orange - retracted the proposal. On Tuesday, Nov. 14, the Planning Commission voted to "accept and file" two l
Scenes from the green room: Playwrights on why they thrive in TV
EXT. LOS ANGELES TIMES - EARLY AFTERNOON Establishing. INT. SECOND FLOOR GREEN ROOM - DAY Bowls of nuts and fruit sit beside a coffee carafe and water bottles in front of a long mirror. Fluorescent lights bleach out the room. Empty ergonomic office chairs are the only furniture. Playwright MARY LAWS
10 Great Craft Beers: What the Ale!
Orange County is experiencing a virtual explosion in Craft Beer with breweries and brew pubs opening almost weekly. Whether you live in Ale-aheim, Suds Clemente or somewhere in between, you may have a favorite craft-beer spot, but in case you don't, here are 10 great locations to check out. Cheers!
Style Notes: Danielle Brooks Collaborates with Universal Standard; Gucci Gardens Opening in Florence
Danielle Brooks Launched a Capsule Collection with Universal Standard [Glamour] Orange Is the New Black star Danielle Brooks has launched a capsule collection with plus-size clothing brand Universal Standard. The three-piece collection includes an off-the-shoulder knit dress, overalls and a pleated
Things to do in Orange County, Nov. 17-23
Oliver! The Musical! : This award-winning musical is based on Charles Dickens' classical novel about Oliver Twist, a 9-year-old orphan who falls in with a group of street-urchin pickpockets led by the Artful Dodger and masterminded by the criminal Fagin. $18-28. Various times and dates through Nov.
OC author Alane Adams taps Norse mythology trend with new YA series
Norse mythology is having a moment and so is OC author Alane Adams. From Neil Gaimen's "Norse Mythology" to "Thor: Ragnorak," the Norse pantheon is hot, and here in Orange County, we have our own Norse-inspired storyteller who is quietly making waves. In September, young adult author Alane Adams rel
Portola Coffee Lab and other businesses to be featured at Small Business Saturday
Jeff and Christa Duggan are passionate about coffee - almost to the point of obsession. That deep enthusiasm of the intricacies among coffee beans is what drove the husband and wife to open Portola Coffee Lab, which has taken root as a favorite among Orange County coffee drinkers who prefer a change
Business offering power naps in Bethesda
We all wished we had more sleep and now one company based in D.C. is offering just that. Recharj is opening a new location in Bethesda Thursday. The second studio is located at the Westmorland Building on Rockledge Drive. The company suggests stopping by during the lunch hour to take a quick nap o
House Fire Kills 2 Adults In Prince George's County: UPDATES
(Updated at 1:20 p.m. Thursday): TEMPLE HILLS, MD - Two people have died from their injuries after they were rescued from a house fire in Temple Hills Wednesday afternoon, officials said. Officials received a 911 call from a female at about 12:30 p.m. for the report of a house fire on the 5200 bloc
Charlottesville Mayor in F.C. to Assail White Supremacy Riot
CHARLOTTESVILLE Mayor Michael Signer (right) spoke to a full house at Falls Church's Temple Rodef Shalom on demagoguery and how to fight it in the wake of August's violent white supremacist demonstration and riot in his city. (Photo: News-Press) For the second time in three weeks in Falls Church, la
Police Hope Public Can ID Burglar
Surveillance image | MCPD Bradley Party & Variety store in Bethesda was burglarized in August and police are releasing surveillance video in hopes someone can identify the culprit. About 1:30 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 26, the man entered the store, at 6922 Arlington Road, posing as a customer, police sai