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January 23, 2021

Mee Memorial Hospital recognizes Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Mee Memorial Hospital will be offering mammograms for women over 40 at a rate of $99.

A decade of services

Monterey County Behavioral Health Clinic in King City celebrated its 10th anniversary Sept. 13 at its location at 200 Broadway St., Suite 88.

Soledad announces top staff

Two San Vicente certificated employees were chosen as September Employees of the Month and were recognized by Soledad Unified School District Board Members on Sept. 13 at the board meeting.

Soledad marches in Labor Day parade

Members of the Soledad High School Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (NJROTC) march in the Labor Day Parade last Saturday in Marina.

Residents reminded to keep pets safe during heat advisory

An excessive heat advisory has been issued for the Central Coast and is expected to be in effect through Monday, with temperatures in parts of Monterey County possibly hitting triple digits this weekend.

4 Cities 4 Peace host Block Party

Four Cities For Peace Block Party brought the community together Aug. 26 to play games and hear stories about South County residents’ road to recovery.

Rotary welcomes new members

Soledad Rotary Club welcomed Soledad Unified School District Superintendent Tim Vanoli and Rabobank’s Ida Chan as the club’s newest members on Aug. 24 at the Windmill Restaurant.

Residents encouraged to sign up for free clean drinking water

State Water Board bilingual staff, along with Monterey County Public Health, will have a booth to sign up any qualified residents this Sunday for free bottled drinking water if they have domestic wells with high nitrate levels.

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.

Cork and Plough welcomes authors for Books and Brews

The Cork and Plough hosted the Second Annual Books and Brews on Aug. 12, during which residents met two Monterey County authors, Anne Ylvisaker and Carol Diggory Shields, who read passages from their writings.