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(06:50) Salinas -  A man is recovering after being stabbed multiple times.  The incident took place last night in the Ross parking lot in Salinas.   Police reported that the 19 year-old victim was stabbed multiple times in the upper body.  He is currently being treated at a hospital for non-life threatening injuries.   Police recovered a knife at the scene.   The suspect was described as a thin, 6”1’, Hispanic man.      

 

(12:32) SEASIDE-  The Seaside City Council  will address the Monument Village horse park development project this Thursday. The council has added an item to the meetings agenda that cold rescind previous approval for the project once called Monterey Downs. Initially the developer sought approval for horse races as part of the equine park.

 

(12:05) SANTA CRUZ- The Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Cruz County will be holding its Annual Children’s Craft and Food Fair this weekend. Club members between the ages of 6-18 will be on hand to sell homemade baked goods, crafts, artwork, jewelry, clothing, bath items, plants, ornaments, and various other items. The free event takes place from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. at 543 Center Street for more information or to register as a seller visit: boysandgirlsclub.info

 

(11:39) SANTA CRUZ-  The Homeless Services Center of Santa Cruz is participating in Giving Tuesday.  The Tuesday after Thanksgiving has been dedicated to the event, which aims to establish real change in communities such as Santa Cruz. To learn more about the Homeless Services Center visit: santacruzhsc.org

 

 

(11:24) WATSONVILLE- Watsonville work crews will begin a roadway reconstruction project today (Monday). The work will take place on Freedom Boulevard between Prospect Street and Arthur Road. The work will continue until December 23rd, motorists are advised to find alternate routes.

 

 

 

 

 

(10:05) BOULDER CREEK-  The Boulder Creek Fire Department is cancelling its Christmas Tree Fundraiser.  This year marks the third year in a row the annual event has been cancelled due to impacts on Christmas tree supplies caused by the ongoing drought. Although rainfall totals have been up in 2015 the tree supply has yet to recover. The department which uses monies from the fundraiser to supplement EMS supplies is now hoping the recent passage of measure N will help.

 

 

(9:22) SANTA CRUZ-  Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s deputies apprehended a man with an outstanding arrest warrant Friday night. The incident took place near Dominican hospital when a patrol unit spotted 30 year old Michael France riding a bicycle. France ignored requests to stop and attempted to evade the officers. A brief foot chase before  France was taken into custody. A search of his person uncovered burglary tools and stolen credit cards. France was booked into county jail on multiple charges.

 

(8:43) SALINAS-  A Salinas woman has been arrested for allegedly brandishing a weapon at a library worker. Authorities say that at 9:15 a.m. on Saturday a female employee was verbally assaulted by a group of transients when she attempted to report for work at a North Main Street library, the employee fled the area when 38 year old Sarah Dean pulled a handgun from a purse. The employee returned a half hour later to find Dean waiting for her. Police were called and located Dean nearby, a search of her vehicle uncovered a BB gun pistol replica. Dean was booked into county jail.

 

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