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Commissioners review Paraiso Springs Resort project site

Last Wednesday, Jan. 23, the Monterey County Planning Commission held an on-site meeting to review the site for the Paraiso Springs Resort project west of Soledad and Greenfield.

CASA looking for volunteers to help youth

CASA of Monterey County is looking for adults who are willing to meet with foster children and advocate for their needs and is hosting a free information session in Gonzales next week.

Architecture firm chosen for Adobe project

Development plans are in the works for the Los Coches Adobe, headed up by Don Chapin to support the rehabilitation of the Adobe and an RV park.

Pinnacles closed as shutdown continues

Pinnacles National Park, east of Soledad, is now closed to all visitors without confirmed campground reservations, officials announced last week.

Council considers new housing project

A new affordable housing option came before the Soledad City Council on Jan. 9 regarding 120 housing units on the vacant lot of Santa Clara Street.

Square dancing comes to South County

Square dancing returns to the Salinas Valley Fairgrounds in King City with the 39th Annual Winter Festival, bringing together all walks of life this weekend.

Middle school science program awarded $20K grant

Chevron and Monterey Peninsula Foundation selected Main Street Middle School as the recipient of a $20,000 grant through the 2018 Chevron Eagles for Education Program.

New legal clinic offers free advice for residents

A new South County Legal Advisory Clinic is set to begin in Gonzales on Jan. 13 at the Gonzales City Council Chambers from 2 to 4 p.m.

California begins 2019 with batch of new laws

New laws are taking effect this week that involve adding more women on corporate boards, banning plastic straws from restaurants, increasing restrictions on guns and more.

City sells land to Hartnell College to develop satellite campus

Hartnell College and the City of Soledad reached an agreement Dec. 5 on a land sale for the new satellite campus.
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