Mee Memorial Hospital Foundation has donated a new sign for the front of the hospital.
Door to Hope in collaboration with ACTION are bringing services to King City. The office is located at 200 Broadway St., Suite 76, in the same shopping center as the movie theater.
A series of three fair housing community workshops are scheduled this month in Monterey, Castroville and Gonzales.
Two local state agencies are making the switch over to wind energy, Salinas Valley State Prison and the Correctional Training Facility, which are working with Foundation Windpower to bring the green resource to the facilities just outside of Soledad.
A combined 57 residents of Greenfield, King City, Soledad and Gonzales graduated from the South County Community Police Academy last week at the Greenfield Memorial Hall.
Soon-to-be high school graduate Christian Rose will be studying and training at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., in the fall of 2018 as he prepares for his military career.
Fort Hunter Liggett’s 16th annual Youth Fishing Derby opened on a sunny morning April 14 at Del Venturi Pond, drawing more than 200 local children age 15 and younger to compete for prizes.
Volunteers from the Community Food Pantry collect donations from South County residents in the King City High School parking lot last Saturday.
Fort Hunter Liggett will host the annual Youth Fishing Derby on Saturday, April 14, at Del Venturi Pond to celebrate the Army Reserve’s 110th birthday and the Month of the Military Child.
Students from throughout Soledad, Gonzales, Greenfield and King City arrived at the Soledad High School multipurpose room March 21 to showcase what they learned in science class and present their science projects during the Science Maker Faire.