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May 21, 2024

City council, planning commission and school board meet to discuss roads

Gonzales City Council, Planning Commission and School Board are looking at traffic conditions within the city and determining where the future growth will take roads.

YMCA gears up for summer with day camp, sports programs

Summer is a week away and the South County YMCA is bringing activities for youth through its Summer Day Camp program, starting June 10.

Gonzales Police survey results to be made available

The results from the Gonzales Police Survey are about to be available to the public and city to see.

Salinas Valley State Prison approaches Soledad to partner on Camp Grace program

Salinas Valley State Prison’s new warden reached out to Soledad City Council to discuss a partnership for food and beverages for youth campers.

Traffic Safety Alliance raises concerns about Highway 101

Members of the SOS U.S. Traffic Safety Alliance recently came before the Gonzales City Council to voice their concerns about the traffic in the Salinas Valley.

County working on future plans for Nacimiento and San Antonio lakes

Monterey County Resource Management Agency is working on developing future plans for Nacimiento and San Antonio lakes and presented the proposals March 21 in Lockwood.

Guardians learn about film, TV production

Twenty-one Gonzales Youth Guardians recently learned about film and television with a visit to De Anza College in Cupertino, Calif.

New conceptual plans drawn for teen innovation center

The Teen Innovation Center has taken a step forward with conceptual plans made with the help of the Gonzales Youth Council, In Studio Architecture and Recreation Coordinator Sara Papineau-Brandt.

Greenfield council votes to halt Roundup use

Responding to community health concerns, Greenfield City Council unanimously adopted a resolution last Tuesday night directing city staff to halt all use of the carcinogenic weed killer Roundup and replace it with “greener” alternatives.

Gonzales hosts Lions Club student speaker contest

The California Lions Club 82nd Annual Student Speaker Contest has named Timothy Mercuri of King City High School as the regional champion of this year’s competition featuring the topic, “Freedom of the Press.”

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