Cal Am admits it’ll miss the state’s deadline on Carmel River cutbacks.
Seafood Watch updates keep eco-savvy consumers, chefs on their toes.
Big Sur survivalist Tyson Curtis will be ready.
Study of P.G.’s CalPERS initiative returns to the council this week.
Proposed pipeline between two South County reservoirs could supply the Peninsula.
San Clemente Dam removal keeps to schedule, despite route change.
Water district offers DeepWater Desal $1 million to move forward.
Enviro petition challenges Fort Ord’s biggest proposed development
Elkhorn Slough researchers experiment with oyster condos to restore native species.
Peninsula mayors offer $100 million toward desal project; Cal Am resists.
Creative storage ideas helps maximize even the most modest square footage.
Sheet mulching is a cheap and easy method of eco-friendly weed murder.
Low real-estate inventory, booming demand push Monterey County home prices up.
Carmel River Watershed Conservancy revives drug take-back program.
Pacific Grove leaders face crotchety reception to public-safety reform.
Big Sur nonprofit looks to cut big chunks of change from fallen redwood.
The <em>Weekly</em>’s intrepid pursuit of top LEED certification.
Traces of Fukushima radiation help scientists track Pacific bluefin migration.
The globally popular meat is most easily found at local taquerias, in a peppery Jaliscan stew called birria.
Major solar farm proposed for southeast county ag land.
Pacific Grove prepares to follow Monterey and Carmel with plastic-bag ban.
After eight years in limbo, Palo Corona Regional Park may finally get its parking lot.
Developer’s request for no-trespassing signs raises question of public beach access.
Racetrack developers hope economic gains override environmental losses.
Developers hold Marina projects hostage to obscure Fort Ord fee language.
With federal funding in limbo, Monterey-Salinas Transit remaps its route into a bumpy future.
Seaside, Pacific Grove consider more shared police services.
Cal Am doesn’t squeeze all it could out of aquifer storage and recovery.
Monterey Downs developer had a hand in approving new Salinas off-track betting bar.
Local naturopath promotes a GAPS diet based on fermented vegetables, homemade yogurt and gobs of animal fat.
Activists push Seaside to start marketing Fort Ord National Monument to tourists.
Monterey County Gives! raises more than $750,000 for local nonprofits.
Even after citywide ban, plastic bags are trashed at the Monterey mall.
P.G. developer nails eight-figure payout for stake in desal proposal, commercial park.
Former teacher alleges school district didn’t provide breast-pumping privacy.
Seaside finally takes charge of its own near-shore development.
Whole Foods shuts down Del Monte Center recycling station; city cries foul.
Ventana tourist package pisses off Big Sur waveriders.
Obscure Seaside Watermaster board vote makes desal plant bigger
Parker-Lusseau yule logs are an indulgent holiday tradition.
TAMC pedals forward with Peninsula bike-sharing service; bike shops balk.
Study finds high formaldehyde levels in Monterey County child-care facilities.
A community turkey slaughter brings us nose-to-snood with Thanksgiving dinner.
Controversial wildlife photographer tracks potential archaeological treasures.
Power plants, natural-gas extraction ops prep for California’s new carbon market.
Salinas, Carmel pass sales tax measures, while Pagrovians just say no to Measure F.
Monterey Peninsula races create dramatic new city council dynamics.
Lawyers tussle over the role of the Peninsula mayors’ authority in the desal mess.
Pinnacles National Monument has a Day of the Dead message: Don’t spook the bats.
Central Coast Veterans’ Cemetery is likely to be funded without Monterey Downs.