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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.
Local Newspapers: The Salinas Californian Monterey County Herald
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Local Colleges: Hartnell Community College Heald College
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93901 93905 93906 93907 93908
Towns/Cities near salinas, california : Boronda Spreckels Cooper Chualar Prunedale Castroville Marina Monterey Sand City
Customers on cloud 9 as weed sales to adults begin in Salinas
On Friday, Salinas got its first store where customers can buy blueberry pie, golden pineapple and black mamba - all in one stop. Salinas' first recreational marijuana store is set to open Friday at 10 a.m. at Emerald Skyways, 1610 Moffett St. On Friday, Salinas got its first store where customers can buy a package of Blueberry Pie, a Golden Pineapple batch - and some Black Mamba.High Taxes Could Be Driving Legal Pot Consumers Back to Black Market
Legalizing marijuana for recreational use was supposed to deal a death blow to smugglers, cartels and the black market while simultaneously pumping new money into state government coffers. But now, less than a month into the recreational reefer rollout, California consumers could decide to bypass legal dispensaries and head back to the black market in a bid to avoid taxes that could double the price of pot.Rising hip-hop duo Fetty Brothers headline a monster lineup in Salinas.
Hip-hop duo the Fetty Brothers graduated from Palma High School in 2011 and Carmel High School in 2013, respectively. Hip-hop duo the Fetty Brothers graduated from Palma High School in 2011 and Carmel High School in 2013, respectively.Gaia House provides overnight shelters to homeless during subzero temperatures
Shopping carts filled with personal belongings Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018, outside the Gaia House Interfaith Center in Carbondale. Gaia House is serving as an emergency warming station for the homeless this winter.Salinas man sentenced to two years for fifth DUI
During the investigation, Lopez admitted to drinking alcohol, and his breath tested at .22 blood alcohol level, nearly triple the legal limit. A Salinas man found slumped over the steering wheel in the middle of an intersection faces two years in prison after being convicted of his fifth driving under the influence charge, prosecutors say.Elderly Man Loses Consciousness While Driving, Crashes Into Home
An elderly man is in stable condition after losing control of his vehicle, running through an intersection and crashing through a fence and side of a home in Salinas on Wednesday morning, according to police. A 77-year-old man was driving north on U.S. Highway 101 on his way to Natividad Medical Center for an appointment shortly after 10 a.m. when he started to feel dizzy and pulled off the highway on Fairview Avenue, police said.Police: 14-year-old killed in Salinas shooting
Around 6:30 p.m., the Salinas Police Department's gunshot location system, Shot Spotter, alerted to gunshots in the 18000 block of Kennedy Street, according to Salinas police. Shortly after, Salinas police were notified of a gunshot wound victim, and upon arrival, officers found the 14-year-old with gunshot wounds.With Anna Caballero terming out in Assembly, the race to replace her heats up.
Assemblymember Anna Caballero, D-Salinas, terms out at the end of this year-a holdover from the old system of term limits that cap state Assembly members at six years and three terms. That means for the second time in two years, there's an open seat for Assembly District 30, which includes all of South Monterey County and Big Sur, San Benito County, Watsonville, and parts of Santa Clara County including Gilroy and Hollister.After a criminal case and litigation against a former employee, Sunrise House closes.
Starting in 1970, the Salinas Area Youth Drug Information/Crisis Center-which came to be known as Sunrise House-did substance abuse prevention work for youth in Salinas. They became a go-to organization locally, offering counseling services and a 24-hour hotline.Salinas Valley waste authority shifts gears after dumping potential Harrison Road facility site
Salinas >> A month after backing off a controversial site just off Highway 101 north of Salinas, the Salinas Valley Solid Waste Authority board is poised to decide how to move forward with its quest for a new garbage transfer station and recycling facility. On Thursday, the authority board is set to discuss a staff proposal to alter environmental review of its long-range facility needs project, which includes a range of waste management site and facility options.Pickup crashes into side of Salinas garage
The crash was reported at about 10:10 a.m. in the 1100 block of Fairview Avenue, just east of the Highway 101 Fairview Avenue exit. It appears a Ford pickup, later seen on its side in the street, crashed into the side of a garage.Survey seeks public's thoughts on Salinas police
The Middlebury Institute of International Studies' META Lab is conducting its second grant-funded anonymous survey of Salinas residents this month, said Phil Murphy, an associate professor at MIIS. Already about 200 people have responded to the online survey, which takes about 10 to 15 minutes, he said.Shot fired in Salinas attempted armed robbery
Salinas police have a suspect in custody after a gun was fired in an attempted armed robbery in the neighborhood off North Hebbron Road and East Market Street Monday evening. Just after 8 p.m., Salinas police and firefighters responded to the 700 block of Elton Place for what was initially reported as a gunshot wound victim.Animal shelter needs cuddlers for critters
The Salinas Animal Shelter needs volunteers to help with a variety of work, including calming and socializing animals so they can be adopted. The organization held an open house for prospective volunteers Saturday morning at the shelter, 144 Hitchcock Road.Vanessa Hudgens dons star dress, leather hat and red scarf
The Disney alum, 29, oozed effortless style in a fashionable star-print frock that she dressed up with an eye-catching red scarf and leather cap at the organic eatery. Natural wonder! Vanessa Hudgens looked chic in a starry dress and combat boots Friday in Studio City, California where she caught lunch with friends at the organic eatery SunCafe Vanessa's dress dipped low upon her chest, letting several gold chains grace her cleavage flirtatiously while the long, dark number draped over her gym-honed figure.Salinas moves forward with $33.7m in roadwork, street projects
Salinas officials will be moving forward with nine traffic projects focused on pedestrian and bicyclist safety - and they're hoping to do so quickly by borrowing against their share of Measure X revenue. The city council voted Tuesday 5-1, with one member absent, to proceed with borrowing $33.7 million, at an estimated 4.13 percent interest rate, against the .38 percent sales tax.Education leaders celebrate a oebright spotsa
SALINAS >> More than two years ago, a group of educational leaders in Monterey County joined the Bright Futures collaborative in an effort to improve educational outcomes for all students. The group, convened by CSU Monterey Bay President Eduardo Ochoa, set ambitious goals: to ensure that at least 60 percent of all young people in Monterey County have completed a degree or a career training program by 2026, up from 30 percent now.
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