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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
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
Youth Center relocation study proposed by two county supervisors
Alisal >> Two county supervisors are renewing a push for moving Monterey County's Youth Center out of the Alisal and onto the Juvenile Hall campus on Natividad Road, leaving the current center site on Circle Drive open for community services. Supervisors Luis Alejo and Simon Salinas submitted a joint proposal as part of a referral to the County Administrative Office that requests county staff to conduct a feasibility study on a potential move, which would shift the Youth Center into an existing 30-bed dormitory that is slated to be part of a new $58.6 million, 120-bed Juvenile Hall now under construction.Thumbnail
It's been said over and over again that food trends start with foodservice - we're the creative ones. We have the culinary creatives on our side and our ears to the ground picking up signals from the consumer and sharing innovative ideas with the rest of the supply chain, right? Remember the veg-centric trend that gives vegetables a starring role in restaurants by cooking them in unique ways from braising to barbecuing to roasting to other techniques we often see applied to proteins? The idea spawned out of a think tank that the Produce Marketing Association and the National Restaurant Association organized in 2010.Growers Street Cooling fined $310,000 in fatal warehouse accident.
Growers Street Cooling handles tons of the Salinas Valley's produce every day in its 70,000-square-foot warehouse, offering farmers a place to quickly cool fruits and vegetables before they get shipped out to the rest of the world. Moving and storing thousands of pallets means lots of heavy equipment and lots of safety rules for how to operate the equipment.Mann's brand prepped salads, veggies, bowls recalled for possible Listeria (photo, product...
Dozens of nationally distributed prepped fresh vegetable products, from meal bowls to cole slaw to veggie trays, are being voluntarily recalled for possible listeria contamination by Mann Packing of Salinas, Calif. It includes products with "best if used by" dates of Oct. 12-20, and other identifying factors.Legislation boosts child care funding in Monterey, Santa Cruz and San Benito counties
Salinas >> Advocates are celebrating recent legislation that will allow more families in Monterey, Santa Cruz and San Benito counties to access subsidized child care. AB 300, authored by Assemblywoman Anna Caballero, D-Salinas, will give child care providers more flexibility in using some state funds already allocated.Monterey County Jail job fair connects inmates to outside opportunities
Monterey County Jail inmates talk with local businesses at the Monterey County Jail job fair on Thursday. The Monterey County Sheriff's Office, in partnership with GEO Reentry Services, held a job fair for jail inmates and local employers the Monterey County Jail in Salinas.Commissioners split on proposed traffic signal for N. Main anda
Commissioners split on proposed traffic signal for N. Main and Cherokee North Main Street traffic signal proves to be contested Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://www.thecalifornian.com/story/opinion/2017/10/19/commissioners-split-proposed-traffic-signal-n-main-and-cherokee/782668001/ On Oct. 12, the Salinas Traffic and Transportation Commission voted 3-2 in favor of the proposed traffic signal at N. Main and Cherokee. Yolanda Hayes, who along with Chris Flescher voted against the signal, said: "This has been planned since 2013, but the residents were just asked about it recently."Widespread natural gas outage hits Monterey County - PG&E says don't attempt DIY relighting.
A large number of Monterey County residents got a rude awakening on Oct. 19 with some cold showers and breakfasts when they discovered that their natural gas was out of service. PG&E started getting calls at 7:17am from residents in Salinas, Pacific Grove, Monterey, Carmel and Seaside, reporting they were seeing no gas flames in their stoves, heaters and water heaters.Pumpkin patches pop up in Salinas
Pumpkin patches pop up in Salinas Businesses and nonprofits offer pumpkins to decorate your homes Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://www.thecalifornian.com/story/life/2017/10/19/pumpkin-patches-pop-up-salinas/744398001/ Bright orange color, round shape with a prickly stem, flat sides perfect for carving monstrous faces, ready to decorate your front porch, tabletop or desk. They seem to be everywhere just now, but that's just the traditional jack-o-lantern.Salinas considering drones to help with non-police projects
Salinas city staff are wrapping up a proposed set of guidelines on how the city can use drones for non-emergency activities. Salinas considering drones to help with non-police projects Salinas city staff are wrapping up a proposed set of guidelines on how the city can use drones for non-emergency activities.Part of Salinas' controversial economic development strategy is to expand outward into farmland.
Steve Wiley, left, is general manager and CEO of American Takii Inc., where the most intensive farming happens in greenhouses; still, he worries about new nearby schools abutting Takii's property and affecting routine operations, such as pesticide notifications. Right, a power line cuts across farm fields south of Salinas.SQUIDFRY: Park n Fight
PARK N FIGHTa Squid was waiting at a Monterey-Salinas Transit bus stop the other day when a panhandler walked up and asked Squid for a dollar. It got Squid to thinking: MST, homelessness - two things that often go together.Panetta: What immigration reform may look like
Rep. Panetta: Immigration reform moving forward in Congress Salinas' congressman, Rep. Jimmy Panetta , outlined several immigration reform bills currently floating in Washington, D.C. today. Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://www.thecalifornian.com/story/news/2017/10/18/rep-panetta-immigration-reform-moving-forward-congress/777359001/ U.S. Rep. Jimmy Panetta explains how he expects the immigration reform efforts to proceed after the president announced he was leaving the immigration issue in Congress' hands.Shoppers uncover real bargains at Discovery Shop
Shoppers uncover real bargains at the Discovery Shop Volunteers and donations help the American Cancer Society's Discovery Shop fight cancer. Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://www.thecalifornian.com/story/news/2017/10/18/shoppers-find-real-bargains-north-main-discovery-shop/775825001/ The check out team, from left Kathy Hernandez, Lebrina Garcia, and Charlene Chitwood at the Discovery Shop, Salinas, Oct.17, 2017 Many shoppers who walk through the doors of the American Cancer Society's Discovery Shop on North Main Street receive not only a welcoming smile but a big hug.PHOTOS: American Cancer Society Discovery Shop
PHOTOS: American Cancer Society Discovery Shop Lebrina Garcia, manager of the Discovery Shop, Salinas, stands at the entrance, Oct.17, 2017.Quick Bites: Little Sicily now open
Salinas >> Italian restaurant Little Sicily recently opened, and it's serving lunch and dinner daily except Mondays. Hours are 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and 4:30-8:30 p.m. The menu includes pizza , sandwiches , pastas garlic bread and Caesar salad.Coast Line: EMS meetings to seek input this month in Marina
The Monterey County Emergency Medical Services Agency has planned a series of five community-based listening sessions designed to help assess the effectiveness of the EMS system. The first session was Monday.
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