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Cesar Chavez Volunteer Service Day – 03/25/15 13:36 P.S.

A Cesar Chavez Volunteer Service Day will take place at the Homeless Garden Project this weekend. Join the Santa Cruz Volunteer Center, Charter for Compassion campaign, and the Homeless Garden Project in preparing the garden and planting seeds for spring growth. The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday at the Homeless Garden Project on Shaffer Road in Santa Cruz. A meal and beverages will be provided.        

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Organic Chopped Spinach Recall – 03/25/15 13:21 P.S.

Superior Foods, Inc. of Watsonville is recalling Cases of Simply Balanced Frozen Organic Chopped Spinach distributed exclusively at Target Stores nationwide. The company is recalling over 8,400 10 oz. cases of the frozen chopped spinach due to possible listeria contamination. To date, there have been no reported illnesses associated with the spinach. Consumers who may have purchased the product are encouraged to dispose of it or return in to the store for a full refund. Visit fda.gov for specific Production Date Codes and Best by Codes affected.

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Salinas Police Searching for Man in Kidnapping Following Domestic Dispute- 3/25/15 11:00 S.G.

Salinas police are seeking a man who allegedly injured a man and kidnapped his child early this morning. Officials say 26-year-old Alexander Jablonski entered his ex’s home on Maple Street around 2:30 a.m. Jablonski reportedly inflicted serious injuries on his ex’s boyfriend before taking the baby. The 1-year-old has been found safe. The suspect is still at large. Anyone with information is urged to contact Salinas police.

 

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San Benito County Water District Impacted by Broken Pipeline- 3/25/15 09:30 S.G.

The San Benito County Water District shut down half of its system this week due to a broken water pipeline. Officials say a well driller accidentally ruptured the line near Casa de Fruta on Monday. The impacted area includes customers on Lone Tree Road, west to Fairview Road and north to the county line. The incident cost the district $20,000 in lost water, which will be paid for by the driller responsible. Crews are currently working to repair the broken pipeline.

 

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California Lawmakers Propose Monitoring Gas Price Swings- 3/25/15 09:00 S.G.

California lawmakers are considering ways to ease the recent spike in gas prices. Last month, gas prices rose as much as 25 cents a gallon, following an explosion at an Exxon Mobil refinery in Southern California. An organization called Consumer Watchdog released a report this week that accuses oil industry officials of price gouging. The report was presented to a senate committee yesterday.  Lawmakers are now asking state regulators to monitor gas prices and investigate market manipulation.

 

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