In The News
May 8, 2018 - Washington, D.C. – In his ongoing efforts to fight for California agriculture, on Monday Congressman Jim Costa (CA-16) led other California members of the U.S.
U.S. Rep. Jimmy Panetta, D-Carmel Valley, visited the Korean Peninsula over Memorial Day weekend as part of a bipartisan congressional delegation that coincided with a surprise May 26 summit between North Korean and South Korean leaders.
In celebration of the city of Monterey’s 248th birthday, the Monterey History & Art Association is sponsoring its 87th premier annual event, La Merienda, Saturday from 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
Startup Sandbox will cut the ribbon Thursday afternoon for a state-of-the-art wet lab at 250 Natural Bridges Drive.
As the Big Sur community continues recovering from a crucible of fire and flood over the past few years, it is taking baby steps toward addressing what has become a vexing problem for the iconic destination: overtourism.
SEASIDE, Calif. - The American flag, escorted by three American Legion Riders across the country, was raised for the first time on Memorial Day at California Central Coast Veterans Cemetery.
Steve "Pops" Culver, Hy "Crash" Libby and Rick "Phin" Phinney rode the flag nearly 10,000 miles across the United States back in September, known as the "Epic Ride."
KING CITY — Soon-to-be high school graduate Christian Rose will be studying and training at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., in the fall of 2018 as he prepares for his military career.
Fort Ord >> The Epic Flag rode across the country on the back of a motorcycle, flew over the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery and at last has made it back home. The large U.S. flag flew over the California Central Coast Veterans Cemetery in its inaugural Memorial Day ceremony Monday morning.