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July 13, 2024

Meet the local cannabis industry

The community of Greenfield is invited to a cannabis outreach event that will be at the Veteran’s Memorial Hall on Saturday, April 22.

City of Greenfield limits use of official seal, logo

Using the City of Greenfield seal and logo will be limited going forward after a City Council vote on April 11.

Corgill named interim city manager

Finance Director Jeri Corgill was appointed interim city manager between April 1 and May 7.

Welcome aboard

Justin Mattke and David Flowers were ushered into the Greenfield Police Department on April 13 as the latest police officer recruits.

Monterey County Free Libraries receives $100K grant

The Foundation for Monterey County Free Libraries recently received a $100,000 grant from Monterey Peninsula Foundation.

Salinas nurse aide receives STAR Award

Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System (SVMHS) has recognized Divina Cortez with the STAR Award for her work ethic and her extraordinary compassion and dedication to patients.

New California law puts charge in lead-acid battery sales

Beginning April 1, sales of lead-acid batteries are now subject to two $1 fees.

Highway 1 damage will not affect Big Sur Marathon course

The recent storms that have wreaked havoc on California’s Highway 1 this winter will not affect the 26.2-mile route of the April 30 Big Sur International Marathon.

Oak Shores Realty owner No. 1 in county residential sales for 2016

Monterey County’s robust 2016 home sales were led by Grace Borzini, broker-owner of Oak Shores Realty, with 97 residential units sold, representing a dollar volume of $31,221,900.

Federal disaster loans available to California small businesses

Small nonfarm businesses in 26 California counties and a neighboring Nevada county are now eligible to apply for low‑interest federal disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration.