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GT;> Tight Monterey County reserves exacerbated by a multi-million dollar parks department deficit from last fiscal year may be claiming another set of spending priorities. On Tuesday, the Board of Supervisors will be asked to allocate $325,000 to
GT;> The first case of a mosquito-transmitted virus infection called chikungunya was detected in a Monterey County resident who contracted it traveling in the Caribbean, health officials said Monday. County health officials said the virus, while
The Monterey County District Attorney's Office on Monday joined three other counties in settling a civil case against a woman convicted of animal cruelty for hoarding sick animals and offering some for paid adoptions in Monterey and Sand City.
GT;> The union of sheriff's department employees has endorsed Steve Bernal for Monterey County Sheriff over their current boss, Scott Miller. In online balloting by the Monterey County Deputy Sheriffs Association, Bernal received 114 votes, or 63
Last year, California courts were forced to spend approximately $250 million in reserves to augment operational expenses. Those reserves were exhausted despite court closures, reduced clerk hours and reduced staffing. Anything less than $250 million
A It's estimated there are 18 times more bacteria on your cellphone than on a toilet handle, and if you don't clean it properly you'll end up leaving most of those germs behind. And although manufacturers are making devices that are tougher and more
They walk through with all senses engaged, sniffing and touching and scrutinizing the bounty, gaining menu inspiration from only the freshest and most beautifully transformative ingredients...Those ingredients become specials that find their way onto
GT;> We might have lost the World Cup, but we sure know how to throw a parade. California's first city hummed with patriotism Friday for its Independence Day parade, possibly drawing its highest attendance. More than 60 organizations and floats
GT;> Sheriff's deputies will be watching unincorporated areas in Monterey County extra closely this holiday weekend to crack down on illegal fireworks. People caught selling, using or in possession of fireworks, including "safe and sane" fireworks,
While this is a step in the right direction, small-business owners are bracing for the impact. To absorb the increased costs, many employers are being more selective with purchasing inventory and with streamlining other aspects of their business.