• Greenfield Pharmacy to close this week

    Longtime local business Greenfield Pharmacy will close this week after 57 years in operation. The pharmacy’s last day will be this Friday, with the business and inventory having been sold to Rite Aid.

  • June Primary filing period opens Feb. 12

    The June Primary Election is less than five months away and filing dates are rapidly approaching.

  • Free immigration legal clinic set for this weekend in Greenfield

    OneJustice is coming to Greenfield on Saturday, Feb. 10, and Sunday, Feb. 11, to host a free naturalization, DACA renewal, TPS and general screening clinic from 12 to 5 p.m.

  • Local groups awarded grants

    The Southern Monterey County Foundation (SMCF), an affiliate fund of the Community Foundation for Monterey County, has granted $20,000 to nonprofit organizations providing a variety of community-based services aimed at improving the quality of life for South County residents.

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South County's regular soccer season heats up

With a handful of games remaining in the Mission Trail and Coastal League, South County boys and girls teams are playing hard for a shot at a league title or Central Coast Section Playoff spot.

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Bruins fade against Mustangs

The Greenfield Bruins boys basketball team could not hold on to an early lead and lost 85-61 to the visiting King City Mustangs on Jan. 23 in the Greenfield High gym.

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Lady Bruins battle Stevenson

he defending Mission Trail Athletic League champion Robert Louis Stevenson Pirates received all they could handle on Friday from the host Greenfield High Lady Bruin basketball team. Greenfield had the lead at halftime and was tied at 53-53 in the closing minutes before falling to the Pirates, 60-55.

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Greenfield leads MTAL soccer

Two wins last week earned the Greenfield High girls soccer team the first place spot in the Mission Trial Athletic League with a 3-0 record.

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South County football players took the field for one last time high school players last Friday at the 33rd Annual All-Star High School Football Game at Rabobank Football Stadium in Salinas. Six players from Soledad, two players from Greenfield, two from King City, and one from Gonzales High participated in the game.

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