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The California League of High Schools has awarded Deb Tracy, Medical Pathway teacher and coordinator, with its "Educator of the Year" award.
The icy weather that caused some Monterey County residents' pipes to freeze will continue Tuesday night but should let up later this week, the National Weather Service reported.
Manuel Elias Torres, 35, was arrested after he was seen driving a tractor he wasn't supposed to be using on property he wasn't supposed to be on -- Delicato Vineyards and John Soares Farming on Oasis Road at Jolon Road, deputies said.
When Francis Ford Coppola puts his name on a film you see it and when he pts his name on a wine you gulp with gusto.
The first playground in Monterey County specifically designed for children with disabilities celebrated its grand opening Sunday at Sherwood Park in Salinas.
Assemblyman Luis Alejo, D-Salinas, will hold an open house at his Salinas district office Thursday to kick off a toy drive for the Alisal Family Resource Center.
Across the board, former officers and members of the communities he served use words like "humble," "thoughtful," "a good cop" and "the best commander I've known."
Our community is poised to take an important step forward in our decades-long pursuit of a reliable water supply.
Police found Netzahual Ruiz unresponsive with multiple gunshot wounds shortly after midnight in the 700 block of Elkington Street.
2. "An intellectual says a simple thing in a hard way. An artist says a hard thing in a simple way."
"Extraordinary Ord," by local filmmaker Eric Palmer, shows at the International Monarch Film Festival on Wednesday and Thursday in Pacific Grove.
Beautiful Monterey County, the site of the 95th Annual Meeting of the California Farm Bureau Federation, is known for the aesthetics of its alluring coastal areas.
The program was originally established to provide bears to patrol deputies and detectives throughout the year to present to children when responding to calls that may be traumatic for a child, additionally, the coroner's office uses teddy bears when making death notifications, where a child may be present.
The public, residents and visitors, are reminded to lock their vehicles even if you will only be away for a few minutes, do not leave items in site, lock items of value in the trunk before arriving at your destination and be aware of others around your vehicle when you exit.
The Monterey & Salinas Valley Railroad Historical Society will host an open house from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6, and 10a.m. to 4p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 7 and 8, at the Railroad Museum at the Railway Express Agency Building, 26 Station Place in Salinas.