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In his open letter to the community, City Manager Thomas Frutchey responded to news reports and editorials about recent court testimony and other indications that during the past few years, Cmdr. John Nyunt may have been aware of his then-wife's
The citywide survey is part of an overall look at future police services, which also includes negotiations with police unions and exploration of shared services with neighboring jurisdictions. The eight-page survey will be available online, and paper
Police responded to the 100 block of 19th Street shortly after midnight on a report of a disturbance. They found the 31-year-old man lying in the street with a laceration above his left eye. Police said the man gave the following account: He met the
Jury selection for the longest running case in Monterey County history is set for Sept. 9.
Herald Staff Writer Residents seeking to invalidate public-safety pensions approved in 2002 by the Pacific Grove City Council are going to court to get their rollback initiative before city voters. The petition filed Tuesday by initiative supporters
Herald Staff Writer The Pacific Grove City Council wants an independent analysis of a proposed ballot measure that supporters say will solve a crime committed 11 years ago. The council voted 7-0 late Wednesday to get a third-party professional's
Herald Staff Writer The Pacific Grove City Council on Wednesday will consider a couple lists a five-year capital projects plan and a wish list for changes in public employee pension laws. The council, which has vowed to tackle the city's longstanding
54:09 PM PDT Updated: 03/14/2013 06:12:16 PM PDT It's seal pupping season along the Monterey Bay coast, but a batch of signs warning people away from pupping areas in Pacific Grove has one conservationist seeing red.
44:04 PM PST Outspoken advocate for retired and current military personnel Abel Quinones has died...Mr. Quinones of Pacific Grove died at his home Feb. 22 after a long battle with cancer, his wife Judy Quinones said.
Herald Staff Writer A different tack started Wednesday to try to defuse Pacific Grove's long-burning debate over city employee pensions. A San Francisco municipal finance expert hired by the city heard plenty of history, conflicting opinions and a