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November 22. 2019

Remembering 9/11: Fort Hunter Liggett, South County cities reflect on tragedy...

Fort Hunter Liggett and South County cities hosted 9/11 ceremonies commemorating the 18th anniversary of the terrorist attack.

89 new US citizens sworn in at South County ceremony

The United States welcomed 89 new citizens into the country last Thursday during a swearing-in ceremony at Fairview Middle School in Gonzales.

Hospice Giving Foundation hosts first Latino outreach event in South County

A new collaborative group focusing on Latino outreach in south Monterey County recently hosted its first event, providing information about end-of-life care and the services available to the community.

Seaside courthouse ranked higher than Greenfield’s

A local delegation of South County officials attended a public meeting Aug. 29 in San Francisco to receive information they already knew was coming.

Work begins on next phase of Yanks Air Museum

After at least six years of stalling, construction for the Yanks Air Museum has restarted in Greenfield.

Youth learn about government through Young Legislators Program

School is back in session, but over the summer a few select students learned about the workings of local government through Sen. Anna Caballero’s 2019 Young Legislators Program, and now the South County youth will be sharing their experience with their respective cities.

Homelessness increases in South County, report shows

The number of homeless individuals living in Monterey County decreased during a two-year period, according to a new count released Aug. 22; however, that number increased in the four South County cities.

Grass fire injures 3 firefighters near Greenfield

A 37-acre vegetation fire near Greenfield injured three firefighters who were battling the blaze Sunday afternoon, Cal Fire officials said.

Greenfield man wins $750K from lottery scratcher

A 65-year-old Greenfield resident is celebrating his good fortune after claiming a Mystery Crossword scratcher worth $750,000.

Nurses demand answers over recent hospital layoffs

A group of registered nurses at Mee Memorial Hospital hosted a vigil last Monday evening to pay tribute to their colleagues who were recently laid off at the facility and alert the community about administrative changes they say are putting patient care at risk.

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Police Reports | Published Oct. 9, 2019

Note to Readers: Following Police Reports are obtained from the local police departments. GREENFIELD POLICE...