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Salinas is located about eight miles from the Pacific Ocean and is home to world renowned vintners. Due to its rich farming region, the area also has a wide variety of fruits and vegetables and is home to many major vegetable producers. John Steinbeck, writer and Nobel Prize laureate, was born in Salinas and historic downtown features several buildings of Victorian architecture which are named after Steinbeck.

Population: 148350
Local Newspapers: The Salinas Californian Monterey County Herald
Local Sports Teams:
Local Colleges: Hartnell Community College Heald College

Zip Codes associated with salinas, california: 93901 93905 93906 93907 93908
Towns/Cities near salinas, california : Boronda Spreckels Cooper Chualar Prunedale Castroville Marina Monterey Sand City

Salinas News
Sweep in Chinatown looms for homeless

Sweep in Chinatown looms for homeless Double shelter closures and a city cleanup on Thursday pressure homeless Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://bit.ly/2q69XOR Homeless sit on the corner of E.Lake St and California St. in Salinas. dwarfed by machinery working on CHISPA's new Haciendas housing phase.

Camp Pico Blanco could remain isolated by road closure for years

Salinas >> After surviving three wildfires including last summer's Soberanes Fire, Camp Pico Blanco is likely to remain closed for an extended period due to the winter storms. The camp is isolated, along with other residents of the most remote parts of Palo Colorado Road, by a road outage that is not high on Monterey County's repair priority list.

Quick Bites: Heartwarming restaurant rebirth and 10 other food news snack items.

A few months after Oldtown Salinas institution Yangste Taste of Thai closed when Chef Freddy Ramirez suffered a major health scare and left loved ones and loyal customers reeling-increasingly so after preliminary reopen dates passed-returns to life Friday, April 28. After more than three months dark, the reopening is an awesome update for lovers of ToT's spicy cauliflower and pineapple fried rice, and better news for the many more who love Ramirez infinitely more than his food. a Well, shoot.

33rd Annual California Indian Market & Peace Dance

One Earth One People Peace Vision and the San Juan Intertribal Council is billed as a "living prayer for world peace" along with a show and sale of arts and crafts. Included are basketry, dance regalia, dolls, dream catchers, drums, jewelry, paintings, pottery, sculpture, weavings and more! Entertainment: * Xipe Totec Aztec Dancers will present the Fire Dance and White Eagle Dance celebrating Cinco De Mayo both days at 3 and 5 p.m. Audiences are invited by the Aztec Dancers and maestro Gerardo Salinas of Mexico City to participate in the World Peace Dance.

Salinas businesses oppose warming shelter extension

Salinas businesses oppose warming shelter extension Two of the city's key business associations oppose the extension of the city's warming shelter. Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://bit.ly/2pftRc1 Gerardo Rodriguez, 40, has been looking for work, and has no other place to go than the warming shelter at night.

PHOTOS: Holocaust Memorial Day Observance in Salinas

Lighting the Memorial Candles at the Yom HaShoah Holocaust Memorial Day observance held at Temple Beth El in Salinas, CA on Sunday, April 23rd, 2017. There are six - each one representing a million souls.

Salinas gives clues as to who may get permits to play their cannabis game.

In January 2016, the Salinas City Council voted to allow cannabis dispensaries, commercial cultivation, production and delivery services to operate within city limits. Last July, Salinas City Attorney Chris Callihan told the Weekly he expected permits would be issued by the fall.

Rights of immigrants outlined by panel at Hartnell

Salinas >> An immigration panel was held at Hartnell College Sunday to try to ease the fears of undocumented immigrants in Monterey County. The panel included a Salinas police officer, two immigration attorneys, a representative from the Monterey County District Attorney's Office, a representative of the United Farm Workers Union Foundation and a Hartnell student who is a "dreamer" .

Two inmates found dead in separate cells at Salinas Valley...

Two inmates were found dead inside their cells Saturday morning at Salinas Valley State Prison. In this file photo, a lieutenant is pictured inside a single-occupancy cell at the prison.

Capturing stormwater and planning for Californiaa s future: Bob Hertzberg

California is in a fix. The climate is changing, the state's spring water supply - its snowpack - is gradually declining over time and we've entered a new era of endless cycles of drought.

Teenager missing in Salinas

Teenager missing in Salinas Leilani Gonzales was last seen on Wednesday near Central Park and never made it home. Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://bit.ly/2p5ehzA Leilani Gonzales was last seen on Wednesday, April 19, near Central Park at Homestead and Central avenues in Salinas, according to the Salinas Police Department.

Emergency womena s homeless shelter in Salinas to close

Salinas >> The Women Alive shelter located at Dorothy's Place in Chinatown will close its doors by the end of April, leaving unaccompanied women without walk-in emergency shelter services in Monterey County unless it can raise $50,000 by the end of the month. "There are no program problems, it's just a matter of not enough resources coming in in our first three months," said Jill Allen, the executive director of Franciscan Workers of Junipero Serra, which operates the shelter.

Jeff Mitchell: Dorothy's needs help

Jeff Mitchell: Dorothy's needs help A successful program at Dorothy's Place in Chinatown designed to assist exclusively homeless women will be shut down. Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://bit.ly/2pNpTp2 A successful program at Dorothy's Place in Chinatown designed to assist exclusively homeless women will be shut down for a few months April 30 due to a snafu with state grant funding.

California rains muddy farm fields, higher vegetable prices soak shoppers

Record rains are a double-edged sword for California's Salinas Valley: While the recent deluge virtually ended the state's historic drought, it also created muddy, unworkable fields - sending prices for everything from kale to cauliflower soaring. The famed agricultural region just south of Silicon Valley is usually a springtime sea of green vegetables.

Salinas homeless man acquitted of murder charges

Salinas >> A homeless man accused of murdering another homeless man over $20 in the Chinatown neighborhood of Salinas has been acquitted of second-degree murder and felony assault charges, but convicted of misdemeanor battery. Benjamin Mboso, 46, was acquitted of the more serious charges in the death of 49-year-old Brian Todd by a jury on April 14, according to the Monterey County Public Defender's office.

Dissolving waste into wonders

Walk out of a restaurant with leftovers and you're likely carrying styrofoam containers with plastic utensils and straws. All of which could end up in a landfill or the ocean.

High demolition costs dash dreams of a women's shelter in Chinatown.

The March 18 fire was accidentally started by a homeless man who made a makeshift cooking pit in a ventilation opening on the sidewalk. The March 18 fire was accidentally started by a homeless man who made a makeshift cooking pit in a ventilation opening on the sidewalk.

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