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Weekend rains help fill local lakes

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 10th, 2017
Storms over the weekend have helped to green up the hills in South County and throughout Monterey County.
The local lakes have needed help for the last couple of years, with low capacities, and San Antonio was even closed down because of low conditions.
Locals who were let down by the lack of local rain during last

New sign directs visitors

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 10th, 2017
KING CITY- A new sign helping visitors find locations in King City has been added to the corner of Broadway and First Street.
The sign, which shows the directions to get the Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture, the airport and more, was the product of the Pinnacles Tourism Group....

Chamber, Mee Memorial to introduce four new doctors

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 10th, 2017
The Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture and Mee Memorial Hospital are teaming up and hosting a mixer to meet four new doctors.
The mixer will take place on Jan. 12 in the front lobby of the hospital building from 5 to 6:30 p.m...

New owner purchases space on San Antonio Drive

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 10th, 2017
KING CITY-A new owner has taken over the 100 block of San Antonio Drive that houses Kasey's Fitness Academy and A Little Bit Country Antiques, among other businesses.
The new owners gave Kasey's Fitness and A little Bit Country three months to fit new locations in November with an end date of Jan. 31....

Wreaths across America-82 wreaths placed on Veterans' headstones during first King City event

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 3rd, 2017
King City celebrated Wreaths Across America for the first time as volunteers on Dec. 17 at the King City Cemetery.
Volunteers place wraths on 82 headstones for the event.
Sue Miller from the Ladies VFW Auxiliary put together the event, and said she was inspired when she saw a picture of the event at Arlington National Cemetery....

DirecTV , KSBW deal falls through-Satelitte provider will no longer carry local station

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 3rd, 2017
Customers of DirecTV received a shock this week as the local NBC channel KSBW could not reach a new agreement with DirectTV and as a result are no longer carrying the network.
The network went off the air for DirecTV customers on Dec. 31. The agreement includes KSBW Channel 8 and Central Coast ABC on DirecTV....

Girl Scout Troop delivers trees to families

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 3rd, 2017
Girl Scout Troop 30583 delivered trees to three families that were going to celebrate Christmas without a tree this year. The trees were donated by Rose Ferrero School in Soledad.

New laws go into effect

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 3rd, 2017
CALIFORNIA-It is now four days into the new year, and with a new year means new laws have gone into effect, from a ban on handheld devices while driving, to minimum wage increase and child seat belt safety updates.
Beginning on Jan. 1, the minimum wage increase to $15 by 2023 made progress when the minimum wage jumped to $10.50

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