Nonprofit scandal nears resolution with a proposed new fund for AIDS patient housing.
Dong Sun Kim’s murals quietly capture the beauty of his adopted country.
Supreme Court decision dooms redevelopment agencies, leaves cities reeling.
Occupy Monterey looks forward to an uncertain future.
A legislative debate over the agency’s future is just around the corner.
MPC, Hartnell leaders question state task force recs for community colleges.
Monterey debates future of Alvarado, starting with Mucky Duck.
Peninsula police see spikes in drug use, with gold theft for quick cash rising.
Central Coast HIV/AIDS Services educates to help stop disease’s spread.
Del Monte residents raise ruckus about proposed grocery store.
Chinatown center creates homeless newspaper, hopes city lowers vendor fees.
County cites Henry Miller Library for a bathroom shortage.
Monterey cracks down on Fisherman’s Wharf signs; businesses cry foul.
Officials suggest sprinklers could have stopped Marina blaze.
No major upsets in school board races; Pacific Grove parcel tax fails.
Americans Elect is mounting a high-tech, online challenge to the two-party system, but they’re doing it with big bucks from traditional conservatives.
Occupy Monterey camp at Veterans Park struggles to integrate homeless.
A major military branch checks out the Peninsula as a potential new home.
Monterey’s Hippodrome faces ABC suspension and possible sale; The Mucky Duck cleans up.
Sea Studios banks on sea otter story to spark action on ocean conservation.
State funding creates wide disparities at Peninsula schools.
Marina starts from scratch on long-delayed senior community.
County clinics, health department team up to address Latino disparities.
City, police try smoking ban to banish Monterey’s “dirty folks.”
County demands answers on proposed garbage-zapping plant.
Profiles of the newcomers that are looking to take on incumbents for seats on the Monterey Peninsula Unified School District Board of Directors.
Two newcomers challenge MPUSD incumbents.
Marina, FORA quarrel over future of Preston Park, past Army agreements.
A search for a standout Peninsula salad yields up-and-down outcomes.
Monterey Peninsula College works with feds to help vets on the edge.
Local projects stall as court considers cities’ case against the state.
More than 30,000 state prisoners will shift from state to county control starting Oct. 1 – including 300-plus headed to Monterey County.
How an IP address led to an international child-porn investigation.
Local docs receive big bucks from leading pharmaceutical companies.
The Defense Language Institute shifts focus for a post-9/11 world
Museum of Monterey hires director; money woes persist
Woman leading Greenfield recall alleges the city is blocking justice for her murdered son.
For Pebble Beach’s Primo Waldsmith, scribbling his strange stories of pro boxing, murder and Moscow is mandatory.
Marina council mulls rent control for mobile home parks; property managers resist.
CSUMB focuses on cross-school collaboration to boost student success.
A local firm wants to make downtown Monterey the next great shopping district.
County social services tense up as budget axes swing.
Schools hurry to meet state orders on whooping cough vaccines.
Former Fort Ord Developers owe the district big bucks. So why aren’t they paying up?
Independent bookstore to fill Borders void, build community in Salinas.
Undocumented women servicing field workers, streetwalkers in seedy motels, high-end flesh sold at high-end events: Sex sells in Monterey County.
Sheriff Scott Miller transfers detective who sued him after meth bust of Miller’s son.
State budget decisions complicate the county picture on gangs, drugs.
Redevelopment on its Deathbed
Downtown Monterey: Ripe for Reinvention