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  1. Former Monterey city manager Fred Meurer may go to work for Sand City.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Monterey County Weekly

    Fred Meurer, who served as Monterey's city manager for 27 years until retiring in 2013, may again find himself at the helm of a city. On Nov. 20, the city council of Sand City will consider bringing on Meurer as interim city administrator; the position has been open since late September when former city administrator Todd Bodem resigned after the city council chose not to renew his contract.

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  2. ICE agents start making regular stops at Monterey County Superior Court.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 10 | Monterey County Weekly

    As part of this, my second iteration at the Weekly some of my responsibilities include covering the justice system and all it entails, from the internal workings of various law enforcement agencies to crime trends and statistics to lawsuits filed in civil court to trials and sentencings in criminal court.

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  3. Burning Question: Is iceberg lettuce still relevant?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 10 | Monterey County Weekly

    Just think about it. Would you eat a grilled Patagonian toothfish ? Watch a hard ridin', whiskey drinkin', shoot-'em up cowboy named Marion Morrison ? Take in a Boston Beaneaters game? Not a chance.

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  4. Political newcomer Tyller Williamson holds a strong lead for Monterey City Council.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 7 | Monterey County Weekly

    Tyller Williamson, right, shares a laugh with supporters at Carbone's Bar in Monterey. About 50 people gathered around a fire pit on the back patio to await results on election night.

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  5. It's official: Dust Bowl Brewing is coming soon to the Rec Trail.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 7 | Monterey County Weekly

    The Wharf Marketplace, as seen from the Rec Trail in 2015. When Dust Bowl takes over the space, the outdoor area will be fenced in.

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  6. Morsels: Getting ready for the holidays, wining it up, paying tribute and much more.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 5 | Monterey County Weekly

    The First City Monterey Beer & Wine Festival drops on Saturday, Nov. 10, from 1-4pm. The afternoon highlights Monterey wines and Central Coast breweries, paired with food trucks and live music headlined by G. Love and friends on the lawn at Colton Hall .

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  7. Monterey Bay Half Marathon in Pacific GroveRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 4 | Monterey County Weekly

    Crashing ocean waves, cool breezes and an open road through Monterey and Pacific Grove invites an international field of runners to race 13.1 miles. Race starts at 650am sharp and the first racers cross the line just over an hour later; the course time limit is 3.5 hours, which is a 16 minute per mile average.

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  8. Del Rey Oaks is opposed to proposed access road to Monterey Airport.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 2 | Monterey County Weekly

    The proposed new master plan for the Monterey Regional Airport includes what is sure to become a major topic of controversy: an access road through Del Rey Oaks. The environmental impact report for the plan was released for public comment Sept.

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  9. Double IPA from Alvarado Street hits you with pleasant gale force flavor.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 1 | Monterey County Weekly

    The prophet Robert Plant sagely cautioned that upon us all a little rain may fall. He was likely trying to tell us there would be good times and bad times.

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  10. A history exhibit shows Monterey's role in Japanese American WWII incarceration.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 27 | Monterey County Weekly

    The patriotism and sacrifice of Japanese Americans was recognized by Congress in 1988 after a 20-year campaign by JACL, says Larry Oda. The patriotism and sacrifice of Japanese Americans was recognized by Congress in 1988 after a 20-year campaign by JACL, says Larry Oda.

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  11. Celebration of life planned on Saturday for local restaurant legend Jim Gilbert.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 27 | Monterey County Weekly

    Local restaurateur Jim Gilbert was a legend in these parts, at least to the countless industry people whose lives he touched. In fact, he was a legend from Monterey all the way to Florida, and has acquired so many restaurants that it's hard to keep track.

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  12. Monterey commits to taking a hard look at undergrounding utility wires.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 25 | Monterey County Weekly

    Over the last year, a ubiquitous fixture in Monterey's cityscape has become a hot topic: utility poles. Now there is momentum to make them go away - or at least, make the sagging wires strung between them go away.

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  13. Electric scooters are a success at CSUMB, but safety remains a concern.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 25 | Monterey County Weekly

    In less than four weeks since Lime scooters rolled out on the campus of CSU Monterey Bay, more than 5,500 people, including sophomore Ashley Torres, have used them for more than 35,000 rides. "Christmas morning" was how one sergeant with the CSU Monterey Bay Police Department described the scene when electric scooters popped up on campus.

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  14. Cal Am prevails in another lawsuit against Public Water Now.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 23 | Monterey County Weekly

    In the legal realm, California American Water has scored two victories this election season in its fight against Public Water Now, the activist group behind Measure J, the Nov. 6 ballot initiative that would compel the Monterey Peninsula Water Management District to conduct a feasibility study of a public buyout of Cal Am's local water system. On Oct. 2, Monterey resident Jeff Gorman filed a Cal Am-bankrolled lawsuit in Monterey County Superior Court alleging that Public Water Now alleging that Public Water Now was in violation of the state's Political Reform Act for not including a "paid for by" disclosure on campaign materials that include yard signs and mailers, among others things.

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  15. McIntyre Vineyards helped put the Santa Lucia Highlands appellation on the international wine map.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 18 | Monterey County Weekly

    If you're drinking local wine in Monterey County, it's only a matter of time until you run into grapes from the Santa Lucia Highlands. These g The Santa Lucia mountain range, formed over millions of years by the movement of the San Andreas Fault, helps funnel coastal fog across the Sa Sometimes pizza is more than just pizza.

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  16. Charlie Higuera builds a legacy for family and Pacific Grove at Grove Market.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 23 | Monterey County Weekly

    Charlie Higuera prepares to make a beef stew at Grove Market. He's still working, but finally slowing down a little, including his first cruise ship vacation.

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  17. On The Beach Surf Shop helps riders catch waves in style.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 22 | Monterey County Weekly

    Kelly Sorensen's original intent for starting On The Beach Surf Shop in 1986 might very well be what has kept him in business for over 30 years. "The bottom line is good customer service," he says.

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  18. Book Discussion at Monterey Public LibraryRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 21 | Monterey County Weekly

    In 1818 the brave privateer Hippolyte Bouchard attacked Monterey. The Monterey Public Library commemorates this event with a discussion of two recent books covering the battle.

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  19. Greenfield Harvest Festival in Downtown GreenfieldRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 21 | Monterey County Weekly

    Who doesn't love a parade? Nobody we want to know. As the season changes to fall, and a delicious little chill enters the air, it's time to get your harvest festivities on at the Greenfield Harvest Festival, a one day, six-hour celebration that features the aforementioned parade, art activities, arts and crafts and food vendors, plus pony rides, face painting, a petting zoo and more.

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  20. Peter ConiglioRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 21 | Monterey County Weekly

    Coniglio doesn't see the current political divide as a low: "Ten years from now, there will be other issues. When I started high school, we didn't have sports, because of the war."

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