A new collaborative group focusing on Latino outreach in south Monterey County recently hosted its first event, providing information about end-of-life care and the services available to the community.
Veteran inmates at Salinas Valley State Prison in Soledad recently put on a food drive to raise money for the Veterans Transition Center of Monterey County.
A combined 57 residents of Greenfield, King City, Soledad and Gonzales graduated from the South County Community Police Academy last week at the Greenfield Memorial Hall.
Scary clowns, witches, aliens, dolls and more took over the Soledad-Mission Recreation District last weekend for “Nightmare on Walker Drive Fright Walk,” bringing an additional scare to South County residents.
Monterey County Agricultural and Rural Life Museum’s second annual Cocktails in the Barn this Friday will celebrate the recent acquisition of King City’s first fire engine while raising funds for its restoration.
All four South County mayors have joined together on a letter to Gov. Gavin Newsom asking him to intervene in the decision about where to build the next courthouse for Monterey County.
Regular registration period for the Monterey County Artists Open Studio Tour was originally scheduled to end May 5 but has been extended to May 31.
Nearly 30,000 people attended the 75th annual Salinas Valley Fair in King City to celebrate the milestone anniversary, despite the unseasonably cool weather and scattered rain showers throughout the weekend.
Voters in South County made their voices heard last Tuesday by choosing between various candidates for local city councils, school boards and other special district governing bodies in the area.
SOLEDAD — Forty years of service at the City of Soledad Police Department concluded for Maria “Nena” Lopez last Friday, Nov. 1.