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FAMILIES FIRST MARCH AND RALLY 3/26/13 11:00a DMF

LOCAL ORGANIZATION TAKE BACK SANTA CRUZ IS HOLDING FAMILIES FIRST MARCH AND RALLY AT HARVEY WEST PARK AT 5 P.M. THIS EVENING.   THERE RESIDENTS WILL GATHER TO WALK TO CITY HALL AND ASK THE COUNCIL TO BE THE FIRST ON THEIR LIST OF PRIORITIES.    EVERYONE IS INVITED AND THERE WILL BE FUN AND TREATS FOR KIDS ALONG THE WAY. FEEL FREE TO JOIN IN ANYWHERE ON THE ROUTE FROM HARVEY WEST TO CITY HALL AND JOIN TOGETHER AS A COMMUNITY TO ASK TO BE FIRST!

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GREENFIELD SCHOOL LOCKED DOWN 3/26/13 11:00a DMF

GREENFIELD HIGH SCHOOL WAS LOCKED DOWN THIS MORNING DUE TO SOME MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS PLAYING WITH A PELLET GUN.     THE MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS WERE NOT IN CLASS BECAUSE OF SPRING BREAK BUT THE HIGH SCHOOL WAS STILL IN SESSION.    THE KIDS HAD BEEN PLAYING WITH THE GUN IN A BACK YARD ADJACENT TO THE SCHOOL WHEN WITNESSES HEARD SHOTS AND CALLED 911.      NO ONE WAS INJURED.

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UNION PACIFIC REPLACES TIES 3/26/13 6:00a DMF

 

UNION PACIFIC IS CURRENTLY IN THE PROCESS OF REPLACING 27 THOUSAND RAILROAD TIES.   WORK HAS BEEN GOING ON FOR ALMOST TWO WEEKS TO REPLACE THE PROBLEM RAILROAD TIES BETWEEN THE TAMIEN CALTRAIN STATION IN SAN JOSE AND GILROY.    THE WORK IS EXPECTED TO BE COMPLETED IN TWO MORE WEEKS.

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PACIFIC GROVE VEHICLE THEFTS 3/26/13 8:00a DMF

PACIFIC GROVE POLICE ARE INVESTIGATING A RECENT STRING OF VEHICLE THEFTS OVER THE PAST TWO WEEKS.    ON MARCH 13th A 2001 MAZDA PICKUP WAS STOLEN FROM THE 600 BLOCK OF SINEX AVENUE.     ON MARCH 19th A 1992 GREEN MERCEDES 300E WAS TAKEN FROM THE 700 BLOCK OF SECOND STREET.  THEN ON MARCH 23rd A 1991 NISSAN PICKUP TRUCK WITH A BLACK CAMPER SHELL WAS STOLEN FROM THE 200 BLOCK OF GROVE ACRE AVENUE.   PACIFIC GROVE POLICE OFFICERS SAY THIS AMOUNT OF THEFTS IS UNUSUAL AND ENCOURAGE RESIDENTS TO LOCK THEIR DOORS AND TAKE VALUABLES WITH THEM.

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LOCAL SURF LEGEND HONORED 3/26/13 7:00a DMF

LOCAL SURF LEGEND JACK O’NEIL WAS HONORED ON MONDAY FOR HIS COMMITMENT TO THE CITIZENS AND CULTURE OF SANTA CRUZ.     O’NEIL WAS AT THE CEREMONY WHERE HE SIGNED AUTOGRAPHS AND POSED FOR PICTURES.   A TEMPORARY MURAL WAS REVEALED ON CLIFF DRIVE WHERE THE ORIGINAL O’NEILL SURF SHOP WAS LOCATED.     MAYOR HILLARY BRYANT HOPES TO ONE DAY MAKE THE MURAL PERMANENT.

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