MARINA -- Following its decision not to use city funds last week, and the subsequent $15,000 in private donations since, the Marina City Council will hear a request at its meeting Tuesday night from city staff for direction for a project concerning a city-owned sculpture of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. that has been in storage of about 10 years....
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MONTEREY -- With summer arriving on the Central Coast, Cal Fire has declared the start to fire season and suspended all burn permits in Monterey and San Benito counties effective Monday at 8 a.m. The suspension is for all burn permits within the State Responsibility Area and Local Responsibility Areas under contract with Cal Fire and bans all residential outdoor...
Because of the rapid downshift in the economy, a lot of people are feeling pressured to get their résumé in order. For many, complicating the challenge of creating or updating their résumé is the additional pressure to translate their experience for a different industry. Whether you are fortunate enough to be looking in the same industry or venturing into something...
After further review … There may be several definitions of “underserved.” The federal Human Recourses and Services Administration (HRSA) defines medically underserved areas/populations as those with too few primary care providers with such items as inadequate mental and dental health, etc. The discussion here has to do with another inadequacy that was caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. College, high school...
- Since the pandemic prevented the Cabrillo College Horticulture Department’s famous annual Mother’s Day weekend sale from taking place, their plants are being offered via their website. Much has already been sold but there are still some sun perennials, salvias, cactus and succulents, edible perennials, shade perennials, hanging baskets and Southern Hemisphere plants available, some at […]