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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
Editorial, Nov. 19, 2017: Slow down on Monterey-Salinas Highway roundabouts plan

Commute hours are a particular aggravation. So there is understandably a great deal of interest in the Transportation Agency for Monterey County plan for 10 roundabouts along a 10-mile stretch of the Monterey-Salinas Highway.

More 18-ounce packs due from Argentina

Eighteen-ounce clamshell containers of blueberries that once were relatively rare coming from Argentina are becoming much more commonplace as plantings in that country increase. A a A"It used to be that some retailers were concerned about the price point you would see on an 18-ounce blueberry package,A a A said Jim Roberts, vice president of sales for Salinas, Calif.-based Naturipe Farms LLC. But more recently, retailers seem to A a A"realize the value messageA a A that the larger containers offer their customers, he said.

Salinas man found guilty on two counts of murder

Salinas >> A jury found Brad Azcona of Salinas guilty of two counts of first-degree murder, two counts of attempted murder and assault with a firearm, among other charges, after the Monterey County District Attorney's Office says he conducted a month-long shooting rampage in 2015. Azcona, 25, was riding his bike Aug. 21, 2015, on Cherokee Drive in Salinas when he saw Richard Flores walking on the street and shot at him 13 times, the DA's Office said.

California onion growers anticipate good quality, low prices

"The crop looks very good, and yields are going to be above average for us. In Bakersfield, we are anticipating a very good summer production-wise," said Steve Gill, managing partner at Oxnard, Calif.-based Gills Onions, which primarily supplies foodservice.

Train hits person on tracks in Salinas

Reports came in around 7 p.m. of a person who was struck by a train in the area of E. Alisal and Front streets. The crash did not kill the person, who was taken by ambulance to a local hospital, said Marc Magliari, spokesman for Amtrak.

Natividad sees increase in organ donations

Transplant coordinators, doctors and support staff at Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin all play a role in getting a patient through. Sara Everts received a new liver in March.

Longtime Salinas doctor dies after battling illness

On what would be his last trip to a grocery store in South Salinas, Dr. Norman Halfpenny was greeted by a bagger who exclaimed, "Oh my god, Dr. Halfpenny, you delivered me, and my mom and my grandma." Dr. Norman Halfpenny was born in 1930 in Oak Park, Ill.

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One recent special, a meatloaf sandwich, enjoyed the right ratio of sauce to bread, and was filling and moist without getting too dense. Developers and planners like to talk about "anchors" of a downtown, the community hubs that keep drawing people to a place that makes it feel, well, like a place.

Monterey County's bill for Medi-Cal expansion comes due - " requiring $6 million in health-care cuts.

The hope is that free flu shot clinics at county schools will return next year, says Andrea Zoodsma of CCVNA. Cold and flu season is here, but if anyone is looking for a free flu shot about now, they're out of luck.

County set to consider adding adult recreational marijuana operations to existing cannabis rules

Salinas >> Monterey County is poised to incorporate adult recreational use marijuana operations into its existing medical cannabis regulations, with minimal changes. Next month, the Board of Supervisors is set to consider a series of changes to its commercial medical cannabis ordinances, and land use and permitting regulations designed to add commercial adult marijuana use activities to the county's cannabis operation regulatory structure adopted last year.

The Boys and Girls Clubs' after-school program expands from homework help to healthy living.

The activities at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Monterey County's Seaside location include drawing and painting; student art will help populate a special exhibit at Seaside Library in January. The activities at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Monterey County's Seaside location include drawing and painting; student art will help populate a special exhibit at Seaside Library in January.

No opening date yet for Salinasa newest high school

SALINAS >> Trustees with the Salinas Union High School District want more information on the construction progress of Rancho San Juan High School before deciding on an actual opening date. During their regular board meeting on Tuesday, trustees heard a proposal from Superintendent Dan Burns to postpone opening the school until January 2019, as construction is severely delayed and it won't likely be ready in time for the full 2018-19 school year.

Monterey Bay Aquarium to offer free admission

From Dec. 2-10, the Monterey Bay Aquarium will offer free admission to residents of Monterey, Santa Cruz, and San Benito counties. All aquarium exhibits and programs are included, as are bilingual feeding shows on both weekends.

Desert growers add organic items

Salinas, Calif.-based The Nunes Co. ships about 35 conventional items and a similar number of Foxy Organic vegetables, says Doug Classen, vice president of sales.

Storm to bring high winds, rain late Wednesday

Expect rain Wednesday evening and into Thursday as a Pacific storm hits the Central Coast, according to the National Weather Service. Salinas could receive up to an inch of rain with greater amounts falling at higher elevations.

Quick Bites: Chefs take on Congress, a new pho spot and local Good Food finalists.

Pioneering Monterey chefs were among more than 150 nationwide who signed a letter to Congress flagging legislation threatening fish populations and the businesses that depend on them. Among those from the area who signed were Dory Ford from AQUA TERRA Culinary and Cynthia and Ted Walter from Passionfish.

At least 30 aftershocks hit Monterey County area after 4.6 quake

Earthquake magnitudes measure the energy released by a tremor, but are not meant to calculate how intense the shaking is for those near the epicenter. To measure how forceful a quake felt to someone or something near the epicenter, geologists use something called the Modified Mercalli Intensity Scale.

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