136 people have tested positive since February, 22 are active patients, 112 have recovered; Economic Injury Disaster Loan and Advance programs reopen for eligible businesses; San Juan Bautista to begin Third Street transformation June 22.
As of June 21, the Bitter Fire is 100% contained with approximately 895 acres burned.
With main roadway becoming a temporary one-way street, businesses will be able to use extra space for outdoor shopping and dining.
Supervisor Hernandez sought contract changes for David Ghilarducci, but the board did not support them.
Vehicles parade through parking lots and Bolado Park as students say goodbye to eighth grade.
Donations to help with increase in payroll, utilities, personal protective equipment and items for foster youth.
Those who are uninsured and meet eligibility requirements can sign up for coverage through June 30.
Shave ice shop opens in Hollister Farms Shopping Center.
An investigation was initiated following complaints that a Safeway employee said the pricing was due to a past litigation settlement that required Safeway to price fuel at the community average.
District says program has led to improvements including having 8% of kindergarten students being below grade level literacy, 77% are within and 15% are above grade level.
San Benito County Superior Court Judge Patrick Palacios was the deputy district attorney on another felony case involving the same defendant.