Soledad grad opens second hair salon
Soledad Hair Co. is expanding and opened a second location on Front Street over the weekend.
Soledad movie theater breaks ground
SOLEDAD — A nice crowd of Soledad residents and local and state officials joined representatives from Premiere Cinemas for the groundbreaking of the new movie theater complex at Nestles and Los Coches roads, across from Food Co. Premiere Cinemas plans to open the eight-screen movie...
Greenfield Harvest Festival draws hundreds to downtown
GREENFIELD — Hundreds of residents and visitors alike gathered Sunday for the annual Greenfield Harvest Festival, hosted by the Greenfield Cultural Arts Center and First Night Monterey. The Oct. 20 festival kicked off that morning with a community parade through downtown Greenfield, where dozens...
Wildflowers blooming on Army base
California’s wildflower “super bloom” has made its way to Fort Hunter Liggett (FHL), which shared aerial photos of the colorful spectacle last Thursday on its social media platforms.
New Main Street Middle School completed after 4 years of construction
After four and a half years, Main Street Middle School recently celebrated its ribbon cutting with the Soledad community, school board, school district and students.
Arco and AMPM now open
The Arco and AMPM on H. De La Rosa Sr. Street is now open and providing gas and snacks to travelers and locals.
PHOTO: Work continues on Soledad’s new movie theater
SOLEDAD — Construction continues on Premiere Cinemas’ new Soledad location this week. FULL STORY: https://salinasvalleytribune.com/photo-work-continues-on-soledads-new-movie-theater/
Soledad head football coach resigns after one season
SOLEDAD — After one year as Soledad’s head football coach, Jose Martinez has resigned due to personal reasons. “I resigned for a couple reasons, but the main reason is that it’s not my time,” Martinez said. “I have to step away and take care of...
Farmer’s Market returns with new and returning vendors
Soledad Farmer’s Market has returned to Monterey Street and brought back new and returning vendors.
Soledad, Gonzales students among MESA Day competition winners
Local students from Gonzales and Soledad high schools as well as Main Street Middle School competed in a math, engineering and science competition March 2 at University of California, Santa Cruz, and came home with top prizes.