King City honored the South County community’s Mexican heritage last Sunday at the annual El Grito Celebration, which opened with a parade along Broadway Street featuring a procession of horses, bands and dancers, much to the delight of hundreds of spectators.
Fort Hunter Liggett and South County cities hosted 9/11 ceremonies commemorating the 18th anniversary of the terrorist attack.
A new collaborative group focusing on Latino outreach in south Monterey County recently hosted its first event, providing information about end-of-life care and the services available to the community.
The United States welcomed 89 new citizens into the country last Thursday during a swearing-in ceremony at Fairview Middle School in Gonzales.
Gonzales High grad Adilenne Ramirez spent over a month of her summer vacation broadening her horizons by participating in the Summer Health Institute at the Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System in Salinas.
Dozens of South County youth took part in surf and beach soccer camps earlier this month with the Wahine Project at Casa Verde Beach in Monterey.
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.
A group of local children visited with members of the City of Gonzales Fire Department last Friday and received a tour of the firehouse as well as orientation to the job of a firefighter.
To help outreach and education efforts, the Community Foundation for Monterey County (CFMC) has established the Census 2020 Fund.
This year’s Fourth of July parade in Gonzales featured some of the city’s best riding in cars, bikes and horseback.