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Salinas celebrating its rich history on Saturday

As the rain started, some folks were out in Salinas celebrating the city's 5th annual Founder's Day. The event happened along Lincoln Street. A couple thousands people showed up to enjoy crafts and games and music. The mission of Founders Day is to educate the...

Salinas considers legalizing chicken raising for residents

"The yolks are orange compared to the eggs you get at the store," said the mother of the family, who wanted to remain anonymous. "So ours are fresh, they're rich, they're delicious."  It is actually illegal for Salinas residents to raise chickens on their property in...

THE CARMEL PINECONE: McShane seeks supervisor’s seat

A longtime Salinas city councilman who has two decades of public service said affordable housing, reducing homelessness and engaging people in local government are among the issues he would tackle if elected to the Monterey County Board of Supervisors in 2020.  Steve...

Salinas extends H2A housing rules at motels and hotels

SALINAS, Calif. - Temporary workers let into the United States for farm work under the H-2A program now get a chance to stay in hotels and motels in Salinas longer than before.  Right now, as many as 15 farm workers could be living in a single home in neighborhoods...

MONTEREY HERALD: Keeping Salinas connected with smartphone app

This month marks a year of the Salinas Connect App, and what a year it has been. This app is a  breakthrough technology, changing the way residents engage with their local government. The city of Salinas launched the Salinas Connect App in March 2018 based on a...

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