A local delegation of South County officials attended a public meeting Aug. 29 in San Francisco to receive information they already knew was coming.
After at least six years of stalling, construction for the Yanks Air Museum has restarted in Greenfield.
School is back in session, but over the summer a few select students learned about the workings of local government through Sen. Anna Caballero’s 2019 Young Legislators Program, and now the South County youth will be sharing their experience with their respective cities.
The number of homeless individuals living in Monterey County decreased during a two-year period, according to a new count released Aug. 22; however, that number increased in the four South County cities.
A 37-acre vegetation fire near Greenfield injured three firefighters who were battling the blaze Sunday afternoon, Cal Fire officials said.
Students, nonprofits, elected officials and citizens gathered in a meeting room at the South County YMCA in Soledad Aug. 22 to hash out which educational programs and services they wanted for the upcoming Hartnell Community College facilities.
Crosswalk guards escorted hundreds of students from Soledad’s Main Street Middle School last Friday afternoon, capping the first week of the academic year on Aug. 16.
Soledad Police Department organized and hosted the annual National Night Out last Tuesday, Aug. 6, that took place at the South County YMCA.
Hundreds of Soledad students started the 2019-20 school year this week with a brand new pair of shoes, thanks to a grant from My New Red Shoes.
South County Animal Rescue (SCAR) hosted its annual Paw-some Potato Party last Sunday, Aug. 4, at Bill Ramus Park in Soledad to benefit the volunteer-run organization.