Welcome to the district
Greenfield Union School District administration members gathered Aug. 9 for the ribbon cutting of the new Arroyo Seco Academy.
Farmworker celebration attracts afternoon crowds
More than 50 agencies recently attended Dia Del Trabajador Agricola’s community resource fair at Patriot Park.
Vista Verde students recognized during Steinbeck Day of Writing
Vista Verde Middle School students Elena Garcia, Ana Valencia, Arianna Luna and Irene Argueta were finalists for the Steinbeck Young Authors Day of Writing on March 6 and received awards for their writing on April 29.
Greenfield murder suspect arrested
Multiple law enforcement agencies assisted the South County Major Crimes Unit last Wednesday to arrest a 19-year-old suspect in connection with the February shooting that killed a Greenfield father of two.
The Vines project is coming along
The Vines at Greenfield commercial development project is coming along, with a new Starbucks location opening in a few weeks and construction starting on fast-food restaurant Carl’s Jr.
Vista Verde students compete in speech event
Two Vista Verde Middle School students, Nelson Najera and Alberto Chacon, participated in the Migrant Speech Competition on March 18.
Hundreds turn out for immigration forum
Over 200 residents of Greenfield participated in the Immigration Forum hosted by the Catholic churches, San Jose Mexican Council, superintendents from the high school and the Greenfield Union School District on March 29.
Hundreds turned out Sunday for the annual Greenfield Harvest Festival, hosted by the Greenfield Cultural Arts Center and First Night Monterey.
A warm welcome
Life came full circle last week for Zandra Jo Galvan, who fulfilled a childhood dream of becoming superintendent of the Greenfield Union School District, where she first started as a kindergartener at the tender age of 5 years old.
Construction project along Highway 101 near King City continues
Caltrans crews began restriping and placing temporary railing Tuesday to shift traffic onto the right lane and shoulder in both directions of Highway 101, from south of Wild Horse Road to First Street in King City.