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July 4, 2020

Gonzales celebrates Cinco de Mayo with parade, music and more

Gonzales residents embraced their Mexican roots Sunday to celebrate Cinco de Mayo.

Greenfield pledges $10M for South County courthouse

Greenfield City Council has pledged up to $10 million of support for a new courthouse if the Monterey County Superior Court continues its development of the South County Regional Courthouse Project located in Greenfield.

Summer beach camp seeking applicants

The Wahine Project is gearing up for its Summer Beach Camp and is offering discounts on their programming to South Monterey County residents in need of financial assistance.

Day of the Child recognizes local youth

The community of Gonzales celebrated its young members by honoring El Día de los Niños, or Day of the Child, last Sunday, April 28, at Central Park.

Mayors unite to demand new courthouse in Greenfield

All four South County mayors have joined together on a letter to Gov. Gavin Newsom asking him to intervene in the decision about where to build the next courthouse for Monterey County.

Senior Swarm preps youth for college

As Gonzales High School students get closer to graduation, a series of workshops have been developed called “Senior Swarm” to aid the next phase of their education and lives.

Local dancers perform South County’s first original ballet, ‘The Nightingale’

South County’s first original ballet production, “The Nightingale,” dazzled audiences earlier this month with its musical score, striking costumes and strong performances from local youth at the Robert Stanton Theatre in King City.

D & M Lowbed Services makes donation to middle school drama...

“The Wizard of Oz” production led local business D & M Lowbed Services Inc. to donate $250 to the Fairview Middle School drama class.

Salinas River restoration effort receives $3M grant

A $2.9 million grant has been awarded to the Resource Conservation District of Monterey County to help eradicate 215 acres of an invasive plant that has infested more than 1,500 acres of the Salinas River.

Wildflowers blooming on Army base

California’s wildflower “super bloom” has made its way to Fort Hunter Liggett (FHL), which shared aerial photos of the colorful spectacle last Thursday on its social media platforms.