City leaders, along with the Transportation Agency of Monterey County (TAMC), school officials and Century Homes, unveiled the new Orchard Lane connection to Metz Road on Nov. 28.
Sun Street Centers recently celebrated its South County STOMP at the Salinas Valley Fairgrounds, bringing in more than $125,000 in one night to support the new substance abuse treatment facility in King City.
Construction is underway for a new housing development for 12 apartments and six townhouses on the corner of Vista De Soledad and San Vicente Road.
Soledad City Council recognized Frank P. Trevino last week for his 43 years of working for the City of Soledad.
Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on everything we are thankful for, such as family and friends. In the spirit of the holiday, South County Newspapers asked local students from King City, Greenfield, Soledad and Gonzales what they are thankful for this year.
A new road has opened in Soledad, promising an easier way for drivers to get from the eastern part of the city to Metz Road and Third Street.
A sounder of wild hogs tore up the fields at San Lorenzo County Park in King City over the weekend, leaving a mess for park employees and volunteers who surveyed the damage Monday morning.
The Salinas Old Downtown streets were filled as families, veterans and friends waited for the eighth annual Veterans Day Parade to begin Nov. 11.
A Greenfield farmworker is counting his blessings after winning $2 million from a lottery ticket.
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.