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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
Jury to begin deliberations in Casta eda case

Jury to begin deliberations in CastaA eda case If convicted, CastaA eda faces a maximum sentence of nine years and eight months in state prison. Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://bit.ly/2qP1Dpm Former Salinas City Councilman's Jose CastaA eda's defense attorney asked the jury to not forget any political ramifications of the domestic violence case against CastaA eda as the prosecution encouraged the jury to consider the totality of testimony and evidence in the case during closing arguments on Monday.

Locals celebrate local ag industry for National Lettuce Month

In celebration of National Salad Month, people who came into the California Welcome Center in Salinas, walked out with a stronger appreciation for the local agriculture industry, a bag full of fresh produce and some recipe inspiration. According to the Monterey County Farm Bureau, on nearly 379,000 acres, farmers grow 150 crops.

Salinas hit-and-run leaves man dead

Salinas >> A hit-and-run vehicle accident Saturday near the city's Chinatown left a 61-year-old man dead. Salinas police said the victim stepped off the sidewalk on North Main Street unde the railroad overcrossing about 6:56 p.m. Saturday when he walked into the northbound lane of traffic and was struck by a vehicle driven by Ruben Martinez, 25. Police said Martinez then drove away from the scene and stopped at a gas station at East Alisal and Front streets, where he switched seats with Guadalupe Mosso Gonzalez, 25. Gonzalez drove away and was stopped by police at Alisal and Monterey streets.

PHOTOS: Family Fun Day 2017

People of all kinds celebrated Family Fun Day on Sunday in Salinas. May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and the event was held in Sherwood Park for the first time.

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The American Cancer Society Relay for Life of Salinas is celebrating their 20th relay this weekend at the Salinas Sports Complex. With malls across the country struggling to compete with online retailers, one Central Coast mall is getting creative to keep shoppers coming back.

Ringside Report: Erick Ituarte Wins NABF Title in Ontario, Calif.

A night of split decisions saw Erick Ituarte survive a knockdown and slide by Isaac Zarate in the main event on Friday. Split decisions ruled the night and Ituarte did just enough to beat Zarate in an eight round fight for the vacant NABF junior featherweight title on the Thompson Boxing Promotions card.

People of Public Safety: Armando Ramirez

People of Public Safety: Armando Ramirez Monterey County Probation Senior Institutional Officer Armando Ramirez enjoys being able to make a difference with youth. Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://bit.ly/2qDsfd1 Why did you go into this line of work: Wanting to give back to the community and be a positive role model to our youth.

Trail connecting two parts of Big Sur may open to public by June 1

Big Sur >> Local officials and business owners are hoping to allow public access on the foot trail that reconnected Big Sur by circumventing the downed Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge by June 1. A team of local volunteers, members of the Big Sur Volunteer Fire Brigade, State Parks employees and California Conservation Corps members built the half-mile footpath in March to allow access for residents and employees of local businesses after the bridge connecting the canyon on Highway 1 failed. Brent Marshall, the Monterey District superintendent for State Parks, said the real issue for opening the Pfeiffer Canyon access trail to the general public is parking.

The Salinas Californian gets a virtual newsroom and a shrinking staff.

Of the things I miss about being the Weekly 's editor, I miss being in the newsroom, hearing reporters working their sources. A newsroom is a place of creativity and debate.

Jealous aggressor or political victim? Two versions of Jose Casta eda presented at trial.

Defendant Jose Castaneda looks toward the jury box at the start of jury selection on May 15. The impaneled jury began hearing testimony the morning of May 18. Defendant Jose Castaneda looks toward the jury box at the start of jury selection on May 15. The impaneled jury began hearing testimony the morning of May 18. Jose Castaneda was a jealous man who couldn't accept that the relationship with his girlfriend had come to an end, she said. That jealousy drove him to stalk, kidnap and assault her inside a van on the night of Sept.

Cannabis firm works with Salinas

Cannabis consulting firm works with Salinas Many cities are hiring consultants to help lead them through the legalization process Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://bit.ly/2rxp8QO Given the relative uncertainty and newness of the coming cannabis industry , many cities are hiring consultants to help lead them through the process. Salinas is no exception.

Roundabout intersections save lives

Roundabout intersections save lives The circular roadway requires traffic to slow down Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://bit.ly/2rxioCn On May 16 the Salinas City Council approved, 6-0, a plan to replace traditional, right angle turn intersections with roundabouts when Boronda Road is widened to four lanes. A roundabout is a circular intersection without a traffic light.

Steinbeck Real Estate moves into stellar offices

Steinbeck Real Estate moves into stellar offices Once a popular watering hole, Cap's Saloon, had been reborn a sleek and efficient office of the future. Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://bit.ly/2qxQxVw A view of the back entrance to Steinbeck Real Estate's new offices, as seen from the courtyard of the Taylor Building in Oldtown Salinas.

With a Salinas warming shelter closing, a scramble for homeless solutions.

On an overcast and mild May day in Salinas, a man in a purple and blue windbreaker sleeps in the shade of the 20 West Market Street shelter. His face is covered by the brim of his black baseball cap.

A Salinas zookeeper intends to make a major attraction.

Mikey, a 12-week-old black bear cub about the size of large pug, pulls his leash taut. He appears happy for a diversion.

Forbes Magazine Announces Its Third Annual AgTech Summit

FORBES MAGAZINE ANNOUNCES ITS THIRD ANNUAL AGTECH SUMMIT May 18, 2017 Source: Forbes news release Forbes announced today its 2017 Forbes AgTech Summit. This two-day, invitation-only event on June 28-29, 2017, in Salinas Valley, California, will bring together more than 600 of the most entrepreneurial minds in global agriculture with those from the Silicon Valley to tackle some of the world's most critical challenges.

New American Writers Museum lets Prince's lyrics rub elbows with Hemingway's works

The American Writers Museum , seven years in the making, is an endeavor even the most daring author might shy from: How, on a single floor of an office building, do you tell the story of centuries of American language? The museum's curators wanted the broadest possible concept of writing, one that includes not just novels, memoirs and poetry, but screenplays, journalism, rap lyrics, advertising slogans and even stand-up comedy. Prince and Tupac Shakur are represented along with Harper Lee and Thomas Jefferson.

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