San Benito Health Foundation. File photo.


Public Letter: SB Health Foundation responds to allegations of unauthorized vaccine administration

Jorge Terrones with SBHF writes that the foundation has been unfairly suspended from weekly COVID-19 vaccine distribution.

Novel Coronavirus. Photo courtesy of Centers for Disease Control.


Jan. 29 coronavirus roundup for San Benito County

Twenty one new cases reported, 5,300 people have tested positive, 305 are active patients, 4,943 have recovered and 52 have died; the county’s current positivity rate is 15.7%.

Kamryn Keefe, Diane McGirr and Sara Campos of Schipper Design. Photo provided by Schipper Design.


Call for entries open for nonprofit design grant

Schipper Design's Creatives for Community program offers up to 30 hours of donated expertise in marketing and design.

SBC Public County Health Services notified people over 75 who had registered for the vaccine to come to the first mass vaccination event on Jan. 29. Photo by John Chadwell.


San Benito County holds first mass COVID-19 vaccination clinic

100 senior residents receive first dose in drive-thru format.

San Benito County Official Seal. Courtesy of San Benito County


Several San Benito County roads closed due to recent storm events

County road crews are removing debris from roadways.

Housing / Land Use

Gov. Newsom extends statewide eviction moratorium

Legislation pauses evictions for tenants who declare under penalty of perjury an inability to pay all or part of the rent due to a COVID-related reason.

Photo courtesy of Pixabay.

Community Opinions

COMMUNITY OPINION: Be careful what you wish for

Resident Randy Logue writes regarding the Board of Supervisors' decision to fine businesses defying shutdown orders.