Old Mission San Juan Bautista has canceled mass until shelter-in-place order is lifted; Covered California expanding special enrollment until end of June; San Benito County Free Library offers online options for students, parents and educators.
Sheriff’s Office warns against price gouging and asks non-essential businesses to adhere to the shelter-in-place order; Health and Human Services director updates on local resources.
“While we understand that some of these measures may be an inconvenience, our top priority continues to be the health and safety of our staff, patients and community,” said CEO Ken Underwood.
Wayne Norton writes that a public health emergency requires all county residents to exemplify values of selflessness, generosity, and deep concern for friends and neighbors.
‘He loved the community,’ his daughter says.
Californians ordered to stay at home; essential services still allowed.
Restaurants in Hollister, Dunneville, Aromas and Tres Pinos offer options.
Some are serving from their full menus; others are offering items as available.
San Benito County Sheriff’s deputies found a man lying on the street and took him to jail after being treated at a Salinas hospital.
The family continues his business and legacy of good works.
A soft opening is expected for the 2024 summer semester.