Hospital takes action in response to increase in cases.
Certain sectors to close at 11:59 p.m. Friday, July 10.
Several agencies see an uptick in citations.
Superintendent/President Kathleen Rose writes about the past school year and looks ahead to the future.
29 acres are now zoned commercial thoroughfare (C-1).
304 people have tested positive since February, 44 are active patients, 258 have recovered; certain business sectors in SBC ordered to close; Great Plates Delivered program expected to end July 10.
San Benito County Historical Park reopens its museums.
The victim allegedly fell from a moving car being driven by the Hollister woman.
SBHS is paying a $1,000 stipend to teachers of in-person sessions.