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a benefit flea market and moving sale will be held at unity temple april 20th.    the event is to raise funds needed to help the center for non violence move to its new location, at 612 ocean street, in may. the event will be held from 8 a-m to 3 p-m. at 407 broadway street and community members will be able to rent tables of different sizes.  for more information call 831-423-8553





a capitola woman, who was convicted of felony stalking and burglary charges in january, was sentenced on FRIDAY.   51 year old christine ellen feeter was sentenced to 4 years and 8 months in a state prison. the convictions are all related to her behavior, aimed at HER EX-HUSBAND , following a divorce in 2010.


RE-USE BEER GROWLERS – 4/14/13 16:13 PMD

current california law allows micro-breweries to re-fill growlers that are from their own brewery.    growlers are ceramic or glass, and hold about a half gallon.  they are re-sealable and are adorned with the logo of the brewery they are purchased from.  a proposed law would allow micro-breweries to fill the grumblers from other breweries and simply place a sticker labeling the new contents of the grumbler over the old one.  the law would promote resources conservation and recycling.



CYBER BULLIES – 4/14/13 15:33 PMD

the HOLLISTER POLICE DEPARTMENT is cracking down on cyberbullying.   the hollister police department has been ahead of the nation in addressing the issue of cyberbullies on-line.  the recent suicide of 15 year old annie pott, which was prompted by cyberbullies posting images of her being sexually assaulted, has brought the issue to national attention.  last year hollister police closed down 2 social media web pages where the bullying of middle school students was occurring. police say the most important ingredient to successfully combating any cyber issue is parent involvement.


SALINAS PAPER – 4/14/13 14:13 PMD

eastside salinas residents will be seeing a new newspaper in the future.   the paper is the result of a public up-swelling after recent local elections.  many eastside residents feel their communities voice was ignored by current media outlets. the new paper will be called el californio. it will be bi-lingual, with an emphasis on spanish and eastside issues.





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