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    Most people with the flu have mild illness and do not need medical care or antiviral drugs. If you get sick with flu symptoms, in most cases, you should stay home and avoid contact with other people except to get medical care. If, however, you have symptoms of flu and are in a high risk group, or ar

    2/20/2020

  • Set your Clocks, Check Your Stocks

    When it’s time to spring forward and say hello to daylight saving time, it is also a good time to check to make sure your emergency kit isn’t missing any items and that the food hasn’t expired. If you have not created an emergency kit yet, now is the time to create one!

    2/18/2020 3:21:00 PM

  • 53-YEAR-OLD SALINAS MAN SENTENCED TO 46 YEARS IN PRISON FOR COMMITTING CHILD MOLESTATION

    Monterey County District Attorney Jeannine M. Pacioni announced today that on February 13, Monterey County Superior Court Judge Carrie M. Panetta sentenced Regino Maciel, age 53, a resident of Salinas, to 46 years in prison for committing child molestation.

    2/18/2020 1:12:28 PM

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Published on November 10, 2016. Last modified on May 23, 2019


Beach Advisory Warnings

Asilomar at SunsetMonterey State Beach Beach Advisories or Beach Postings occur when at least one bacterial standard from the Ocean Water Contact Sport Standards issued by the California Department of Health Services, has been exceeded. Warning signs alert the public of a possible risk of illness associated with water contact. The placement of signs may be short term or more permanent where monitoring indicates repeated contamination (e.g. from a storm drain). Warnings may be posted where sources of contamination are identifiable and can be explained as not of human origin (e.g., resident marine mammals or seabirds) or of an unknown source. Click image to enlarge.


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