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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
Nativdad poised to treat more patients at newly expanded pediatric clinic.
For 132 years, Natividad Medical Center has been helping Monterey County residents heal, and on March 7, the hospital launched two more ways to help a greater number of patients. The medical center and the Monterey County Health Department unveiled a new Care Center and an expanded Laurel Pediatric Clinic, both on the main Natividad campus on Natividad Road in Salinas.Nunes Co. hosts Eastern Produce Council dinner
Susan McAleavey Sarlund , EPC executive director; Vic Savanello, EPC president; Marianne Santo, EPC first vice president; Tommy Nunes, Kate Nunes and Doug Classen participated in the March 6 dinner. Salinas, Calif.-based The Nunes Co."Plumas Negras" Tells the Story of Generations
Presented by UCI Claire Trevor School of the Arts' Drama Department, "Plumas Negras" transported the intimate audience of its opening night to the fertile farmlands of Salinas, California to follow the incredible lives of three generations of gritty, strong-willed women. Their laborious journeys to forge better futures while weighing their connections with the past were written and directed by Juliette Carrillo and performed on a revised, scaled-down version from their original production by Cornerstone Theatre Company in 2013.Greenfield Union School District Board of Trustees Unanimously Pass Pesticide Safety Resolution
Greenfield, CA - On March 8, 2018 the Board of Trustees of Greenfield Union School District voted unanimously to pass a first of its kind pesticide safety resolution. Brought to the board by member Sonia Heredia, Resolution No.Winter storm damage repair funding still being sought by county
Salinas >> More than a year after a series of winter storms swept through Monterey County and caused an estimated $62.3 million worth of damage, county supervisors are still trying to find money to cover at least a portion of needed repairs to roads and other infrastructure. On Tuesday, the Board of Supervisors is set to consider a report on the prioritization of the various 2017 winter storm repair projects and financing options to address them.Salinas schools, city officials, & law enforcement reiterate schools are safe
Nearly one month after the Parkland, FL massacre, school leaders from Alisal Union, Santa Rita Union, Salinas City Elementary and Salinas Union High School Districts outlined their safety plans and tackled hot button issues such as arming teachers and student walkouts. On Monday, the four superintendents outlined what their districts are doing and reiterated to parents that their schools are safe.Salinas officials say no to arming teachers
Salinas >> The possibility of arming teachers throughout the four major school districts in Salinas was shut down by officials during a press conference on Monday morning. "The teachers and educators, they came into this profession because they wanted to be teachers and educators, not police officers," said Alisal Union School District Superintendent Dr. Hector Rico.North Salinas receives shooting threat through a Snapchat post
Salinas >> Some parents showed up at North Salinas High School on Monday morning in an effort to pick up their children after a social media post warned of a shooting threat scrawled on the wall of a school bathroom. By early afternoon Salinas Union High School District Superintendent Dan Burns was notified by the Salinas Police Department that there was no credible threat at the school anymore.Champion of voting rights Joaquin Avila dies
Two of his legal victories compelled two cities to switch from at-large to district elections, empowering the Latino vote. Attorney and champion of voting rights Joaquin Avila dies Two of his legal victories compelled two cities to switch from at-large to district elections, empowering the Latino vote.Former Probation Officer Sentenced In Hit-And-Run
A former Monterey County probation officer was sentenced Thursday to a year in jail for felony hit-and-run, according to the chief assistant district attorney. Sonia Cano, 36, of Salinas, was placed on a grant of felony probation for a period of five years and sentenced to one year in jail, with home confinement denied, according to Berkley Brannon, chief assistant district attorney.Police: Two suspected gang members arrested
Salinas police say they arrested two teenagers suspected of being in a gang and being armed after they ran from officers. Police: Two suspected gang members arrested Salinas police say they arrested two teenagers suspected of being in a gang and being armed after they ran from officers.Spring Parent Leadership Conference to discuss budget and cannabis awareness
Salinas >> The Local Control Accountablity Plan is expected to be the hot topic as Salinas City Elementary School District hosts its annual Spring Parent Leadership Conference on Saturday. The conference will take place at Sherwood Elementary School starting at 9 a.m. Topics such math, reading and early literacy strategies along with the Local Control Accountability Plan, gang prevention and cannabis awareness will be discussed.DA: Woman gets 40 days in jail for domestic violence
A Salinas woman who punched her boyfriend while their infant son was caught in the middle was sentenced to 40 days in jail, prosecutors say. DA: Salinas woman gets 40 days in jail after attacking boyfriend A Salinas woman who punched her boyfriend while their infant son was caught in the middle was sentenced to 40 days in jail, prosecutors say.Who's running to represent you in Monterey County
It's official: The deadline has passed for candidates to submit the paperwork needed to appear on the ballot in June's election. Who's running to represent you in Monterey County It's official: The deadline has passed for candidates to submit the paperwork needed to appear on the ballot in June's election.Man gets 85 years to life for crime spree
The jury convicted Bernal of all charges after five days of testimony, and those convictions included Bernal's third and fourth "strike" offenses. Man gets 85 years to life in prison for Toro Park, Salinas crime spree The jury convicted Bernal of all charges after five days of testimony, and those convictions included Bernal's third and fourth "strike" offenses.Recruitment for Monterey County civil grand jury opens
Salinas >> The Superior Court of California for Monterey County announced Friday it is accepting applications from county citizens to serve on the 2018-2019 Monterey County civil grand jury. The court encourages citizens interested in joining the civil grand jury to submit an application during the voluntary recruitment period of March 9 through May 6 and attend one of three informational and interview sessions.The immigrant teachers coming to US schools under Trump's nose
As a special needs teacher at El Gabilan Elementary School in California's Salinas City, she has had chairs and desks thrown at her and grappled with severe behavioural issues in her classroom. Then there were the stresses of moving from the Philippines, where she had 16 years' experience as a teacher specialising in handicapped children, to pursue the new job opportunity in the United States.
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