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City cracks down on fireworks

This July Fourth, and every other day of the year, residents will find the fireworks ordinance for the City of Soledad updated and changed to clarify some points and make it easier for Soledad Police Department to act when they are needed.

Grass fires keep crews busy in South County

A pair of wildland fires in the King City and Soledad areas kept local firefighters busy Monday, though no injuries nor damaged structures were reported in either incident.

Police seek residents’ opinion on services

South County police departments in the cities of Gonzales, Soledad, Greenfield and King City are working together to strengthen their regional law enforcement.


Last week members of the Soledad Rotary International Club visited San Vicente Elementary School in the Soledad Union School District on a quest to spread the love of reading to first-graders.

Preparations underway for Chamber Gala

Soledad-Mission Chamber of Commerce has come to a decision on the 2016 Business of the Year and Citizen of the Year winners, in addition to the honorees for Friend of the Community and the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement award.

A tasty tradition

John Sargenti has returned year after year to bring locals his famous polenta and stew. There is one more opportunity to get it this season.

Salinas Valley Memorial earns ‘A’ rating for patient safety

Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System (SVMHS) has achieved a fifth consecutive “A” rating for its commitment to patient safety.

Salinas Valley Memorial earns cost-savings award

Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System (SVMHS) is getting national recognition after receiving the 2017 Cost Management and Savings Leadership Award from Vizient, Inc.

County Permit Center introduces line-management technology

In a continuing effort to reduce wait times and improve the customer experience, the Resource Management Agency’s Permit Center has implemented a new line-management technology known as QLess.

New legislation could move up California’s presidential primary

California Secretary of State Alex Padilla and State Sen. Ricardo Lara (D-Bell Gardens) are calling for California voters to have an earlier say in the presidential primary process.