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Second downtown Streetscape project workshop set for Nov. 3

Modified: Thursday, Oct 27th, 2016
KING CITY-The City of King has scheduled a second public workshop to obtain community input for development of a downtown streetscape plan. The workshop will be held at City Hall at 6:00 p.m. on November 3, 2016.

The first step of the City's new economic development efforts is to prepare a streetscape plan for the downtown area, which

Villains, graveyards, and ghosts-5th annual 'Ghost Stories' comes to San Lorenzo Park

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 26th, 2016
KING CITY-Scary Villains, creepy graveyards, campfire tales, and classic spooky movies took over San Lorenzo Park on Oct. 22 as Monterey County Agricultural and Rural Life Museum brought the community the fifth annual "Ghost Stories".
"We do a lot of things in King City now since I joined the plays," Brianna Brown-Silva said. "We just thought it would be

City Hall and PD to be open on Fridays-Council votes 5-0 in favor of new hours

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 26th, 2016
King City-City Hall and Police Department hours are going to include Fridays starting in November due to a unanimous City Council decision on Oct. 11.
One of the council goals for 2016 was to improve customer service, and City Manager Steve Adams has been working on a solution with the existing city resources.
"We believe that one important improvement would

14 become American citizens at Pinnacles

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 26th, 2016
PINNACLES NATIONAL PARK- A total of 14 Monterey County residents were naturalized on Tuesday in the last event of its kind with Congressman Sam Farr.
The new citizens are originally from Mexico and Thailand, and live in Monterey County.
"For all of you that are going to become American citizens, I welcome you to our community," Soledad Mayor Fred

Mulan Jr. -Sol Treasures Children's theater brings production to King CIty

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 19th, 2016
KING CITY-Sol Treasures Children's Musical Theater welcomes Disney's "Mulan Jr." to the Robert Stanton Theater on Oct. 21 and 22.
The Sol Treasures program is collaborating with King City High School on the production, which includes 35 students from South Monterey County...

Republican women register voters

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 19th, 2016
KING CITY-Southern Monterey County Republican Women on Saturday registered voters in front of the Safeway store.
"I think everyone should have a stake in everything that happens in our country and especially locally in King City in the City Council and the measures," President Karen Leonhard said....

Ghost Stories offers movies, apple bobbing, spooky stories

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 19th, 2016
KING CITY-The Fifth annual Ghost Stories hosted by Monterey County Agriculture and Rural Life Museum is scheduled for Saturday night in San Lorenzo Park.
Ghost Stories is part of the lecture series that Monterey County Agricultural and Rural Life Museum (MCARLM) puts on...

King City High School welcomes 12 new teachers

Modified: Wednesday, Oct 19th, 2016
King City High School welcomed 12 new teachers for this new school year. Christopher Burton is teaching Math and P.E. Trish Alexander is teaching AP Environmental Science, AP Research, Chemistry and Earth Science. Mary Haggarth is teaching Intervention English. Sherry Anders is teaching Special Education. Jillian King is working in band. Madeline Potter is teaching Functional Life Skills. Garth Schwab

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