Pete’s Towing and towing companies throughout California are aiming to bring more awareness to the “Slow Down Move Over” campaign, which tries to increase public awareness about safety when passing emergency vehicles on the highway or roadways.
Foods Co Supermarkets recently announced that its 21 stores and five fuel centers in Central and Northern California, including stores in Soledad and Salinas, will no longer accept VISA credit cards as a form of payment, effective Aug. 14.
The Pinnacles Casino returned to the Soledad City Council agenda last week as the betting limit was under ordinance review.
More signs for businesses in the commercial district may be coming to the City of Soledad as the City Council showed support for sign districts within city limits.
GRID Alternatives is accepting applications from low to moderate income homes in the cities of Greenfield, Soledad and Gonzales.
Hot summer days are upon the residents of South Monterey County, and one way to stay cool during those warm days is jumping into one of the pools in King City, Greenfield, Soledad and Gonzales.
The last of four fair housing community workshops took place June 23 in Gonzales with the goal of providing awareness about fair housing and identifying some of the housing problems in South County.
Greenfield Community Science Workshop, which offers free hands-on science activities for South County youth and families, has been recognized by Assemblymember Anna Caballero as the 2018 Non-Profit of the Year for the 30th Assembly District.
Salinas Valley Fair Inc. is looking for directors to serve on the Salinas Valley Fair Board. Directors are unpaid, volunteers of the fair.
Last Thursday, June 7, at 3:52 p.m. Soledad Fire Department and Cal Fire, with assistance from the Correctional Training Facility, responded to reports of a structure fire in the 300 block of Monterey Street in Soledad.