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Although the dumpster fire that was 2020 is finally over, actual trash is still piling up, worrying local officials. More garbage is contaminating recycling bins... [Read More]
Question: I received an official-looking letter from a company identifying itself as a records office. The letter contains specific information about my home including my... [Read More]
Paul Denison's children remember their father as a kind and thoughtful man who taught them about courage, reinvention and making the most of life and... [Read More]
Punish Trump It is infuriating to see Trump still living in the White House after initiating an attempted coup and takeover of the government by... [Read More]
Wednesday will mark a significant day, not only for the United States as Joe Biden is sworn in as our 46th President but also for... [Read More]
Playing as an amateur, Stevenson junior Tomi Main posted a 2-6, 6-4, 6-3 win Friday at the Newport Beach tennis pro tournament on Balboa Island.... [Read More]
As quickly as the possibility of a cannabis shop opening in Pacific Grove rose, so has it quickly fallen from grace with the city. On... [Read More]
A screech owl that was hunting on a cold night at the beginning of December likely swooped down after prey but ended up slamming into... [Read More]
The Pacific Coast Athletic League board of managers is set to meet next Thursday to discuss alternative options to resume high school sports if given... [Read More]
The Monterey County informational town hall on COVID-19 vaccinations Thursday evening provided a lot of information and answered many questions, but it got off to... [Read More]
Steve Dorsey heads the Monterey Peninsula College all-decade men's track and field team, earning a spot as a high jumper and decathlete. Dorsey, who prepped... [Read More]
Celebrating the improvements of the $11.2 million Intermodal Transportation Center at the Salinas train station, the Transportation Agency for Monterey County will host a virtual... [Read More]
In the wake of the former Monterey County Resource Management Agency's split into two agencies following a consultant's report critical of the organization's perfo…... [Read More]
A group of criminal defense attorneys have signed a letter sharply criticizing Monterey County Superior Court administrators, including Presiding Judge Julie Culver, for what they... [Read More]
In the wake of Wednesday's announcement that the city of Pacific Grove fired one of its police officers for behavior that included association on some... [Read More]
Not only will the thousands of spectators be missing from the galleries this year but also absent will be the celebrities on the golf courses... [Read More]
A Pacific Grove police officer was fired for behavior that began with posting right-wing extremist decals on his private car and ended with the officer... [Read More]
Jordan Olivares' return from a foot injury has given the Sacramento State women's basketball team a shot in the arm offensively. The sophomore guard opened... [Read More]
Monterey County is sponsoring an informational town hall on COVID-19 vaccines Thursday, providing an opportunity for the public to learn more about the vaccine, how... [Read More]
In an indication of how long Monterey County officials believe the COVID-19 pandemic will last locally, county department officials on Tuesday unveiled a $33 million... [Read More]
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