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Say goodbye to racist deeds

July 1 — RACIST LANGUAGE that exists in millions of California real estate deeds has long caused outrage. Just last week, a resident filed a lawsuit over restrictions in 100-year old deeds for homes in Del Monte Forest that prohibited ownership by “Asiatics, Negros or any person born in the Turkish Empire" ... Read More


Shark bite survivor speaks out about attack

July 1 — THE MONTEREY man bitten by a great white shark in Pacific Grove last week said that after being rescued and placed in the ambulance, he wasn’t sure he would survive the attack, which left him with a large, U-shape bite mark to his abdomen ... Read More


Foul scent leads sheriff to discover lonely death

June 30 — WHILE PEOPLE die in the Monterey Peninsula every day, they rarely do so without anybody noticing. But a woman who was visiting a resident at Pacific Meadows in Carmel Valley June 21 became aware of a foul smell emanating from one of the units ... Read More


Kitty escapes Tesla, goes missing for 12 days

June 30 — WHAT WAS supposed to be a relaxing day in Pebble Beach to celebrate a San Mateo couple’s wedding anniversary turned into a 12-day search for their missing cat. But thanks to a tracking device and an outpouring of help from residents and others, the tale ended happily ... Read More

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