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One thing you might scratch your head over is how affordable auto insurance is here on the Central Coast when most everything else is more expensive.
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Updated April 18, 2014 4:55 p.m.: The California Welcome Center said Friday that \ two more injured ducks have been found on the property.
Pursuant to state law, the boards noted in the report have 90 days to respond to comment.
John Steinbeck wrote 17 novels. Many received international acclaim but none more than his 1939 "The Grapes of Wrath," a soul-shattering tale of an Oklahoma farm family who made their reluctant way west, fleeing the wind-torn and scorched plains of home, surviving a dignity-killing trial of want and loss, to arrive in the inhuman farm fields of ... (more)
We'll be talking about that old chestnut that everyone in Salinas loves to complain about: How much we give our municipal employees in pay and retirement benefits.
Always there's a song in Audrey Duenas' heart, as those stopping by the office at Spreckels Elementary School know.
"Bull: The Journey of a Freedom Icon" by James B. Golden. . Local connection: The inaugural Poet Laureate of Salinas, James B. Golden graduated from North Salinas High and CSU-Northridge.
Susan Shillinglaw is a professor of English at San Jose State University and a scholar in residence at the National Steinbeck Center in Salinas, Calif.
Two very different stories about two very different UC Davis students moved Salinas' Tara Storm to action.
The annual Buena Vista 4-H Poultry and Rabbit Information Day took place April 5 at the Feed Trough on Monterey Salinas Highway, just south of Salinas.
This year's event kicked off on April 6. Victims, survivors and service providers nationwide gathered during the week to educate the community about "the devastating impact of crime on victims, neighborhoods, schools and our nation as a whole."
Monterey >> A battle between the Monterey Peninsula and the Salinas Valley over contaminated Salinas-area runoff water appears headed to the state water board.
Officers responded at 7:14 a.m. The victim told police he was standing outside a business when a white, newer model Nissan Maxima or similar vehicle with tinted windows passed heading east.