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Citizenship Workshop 12/19/10 10:30pm TDH

Representatives from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services are set to hold a workshop in Salinas on Tuesday, to inform residents about how to become a U.S. Citizen.   The workshop will include information on eligibility, fees, background checks, and more.  Sample questions from a citizenship test, as well as overviews of U.S. history and civics will also be given.   The meeting is scheduled to be held from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., at Catholic Charities, which is located at 1705 2nd Avenue.  (in Salinas).

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Salinas Chase, Arrests 12/19/10 10:30pm TDH

2-men were arrested by Monterey County Sheriff's Deputies this weekend, after leading them on a brief chase.  Deputies attempted to pull over a vehicle for speeding at 10 p.m saturday, but the driver refused to stop, and led deputies through a residential area of Salinas.  2-people got out of the car and fled, and were taken into custody after a brief foot chase.  Prunedale resident Luis Ramirez Miguel Lopez, and Adrian Puga were booked into Monterey County Jail on several chargers, including possession of drugs.

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S.C. Board of Education 12/19/10 10:30pm TDH

The Santa Cruz County Board of Education selected its new president last week.   Trustee Vic Marani was chosen to lead to the Board, which rotates the leadership position yearly.  50-year-old Marani, a Rio Del Mar resident, was elected to the Board in 2008.  He previously served on the Pajaro Valley School Board, and as the head of the Santa Cruz County Republican Party.  New Board member Gina Locatelli was sworn in at the meeting as well.

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Gang-Fighting Grants 12/19/10 10:30pm TDH

Governor Schwarzenegger has announced that the state will distribute 9-point-2-million dollars' worth of grant money, to help cities around the California combat gang violence.  The grants include about 1-point-5-million dollars for cities on the Central Coast.   Set to receive over 3-hundred-69-thousand dollars each for gang-prevention are the cities of Salinas, Gonazales, Watsonville, and Hollister.  The money is part of the Cal-GRIP program, which was launched in 2007.

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W.V. Record Store Robbed 12/19/10 10:30pm TDH

Nobody was injured when 2-armed men robbed a Watsonville record store on Saturday.  The suspects, armed with handguns, entered the Discoteco Exitos store on the 14-hundred block of Freedom Boulevard, at 6:20 p.m.  They demanded money from the clerk, and fled with an undisclosed amount of cash.   Anyone who witnessed the robbery is asked to contact the Watsonville Police Department.

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