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AT  LEAST  20  homes  were  reportedly  isolated  by  a  rockslide  that  occurred  this  AFTERNOON  in  scotts  valley.       A  30-foot-deep pile of  debris  is  now   covering  nelson  road,    near  skymeadow  lane.         That  slide WAS  CALLED  IN  AROUND  2  P.M. , and  workers  say  they  hope  to  stabilize  the area  tomorrow,    and  then  begin removing  the debris.

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NEW SALINAS FARMERS MARKET 03-21-11 12:00 a.v.

A new year-round farmers market gets underway this week in Monterey County. The certified farmer’s market will be open every Wednesday in Salinas at Natividad Medical Center located at 1441 Constitution Boulevard, outside of the Out-Patient Services building, building 200. The market will kick off with special offerings from 11:30 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. Among the weekly offerings will be fruits and vegetables, including many certified organics, flowers, eggs, and gifts from small family farms.


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CSUMB HOSTS SM. BIZ WORKSHOP 03-21-11 11:30 a.v.

A small business workshop will be hosted this week in Salinas. Cal State Monterey Bay and The Salinas Valley Chamber of Commerce will present the workshop Thursday March 24th at The Salinas Valley Chamber of Commerce building at 119 East. Alisal Street from 10:30 a.m. until noon. Topics to be discussed will be SBA’s lending to small businesses, their role in the economy and more. Pre-registration is required.


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SALINAS TREE FALLS ON CAR 03-21-11 11:00 a.v.

No injuries were reported this morning when a tree fell on a car in Salinas. The tree fell while vehicles were moving past the area of River Road near Laguna Road at around 8:15. CHP officers say the tree likely fell after the ground was saturated from weekend storms.

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CARMEL HOME FIRE RESCUE 03-21-11 09:00 a.v.

An elderly woman was rescued  from her burning home in Carmel yesterday with the help of her caregiver. Firefighters from multiple agencies responded at 1:30 a.m. to Acacia Way near Mission Trails Park to find the 1st floor of the 2-story home engulfed in flames. Fire officials say an electrical problem in the caretaker’s room, was the cause behind the blaze. The 85-year old homeowner was woken up by the caretaker, who brought the woman outside before going back inside the home to call 9-1-1.


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