Public Information Officer David Westrick states county found claims that San Benito Health Foundation vaccinated individuals beyond permitted phase were substantiated.
Group will expand from five to seven members to include more citizens in the process of updating the city’s guiding document.
At least three eggs have been laid since mid-February.
Steve Hannah says infection rates are not expected to peak in April as predicted.
Eight new cases reported, 5,716 people have tested positive, 43 are active patients, 5,612 have recovered and 61 have died; the county’s current positivity rate is 5.6%.
All public schools are required to offer in-person instruction to grades K-2 for all students and for high-needs students in all grades by the end of March, losing 1% of eligible funds every day thereafter if they do not.
All appointments are full at this time. Individuals with appointments will be required to provide a form of identification that identifies their name and date of birth.
Position is open until filled. First selection to occur March 29.
San Benito County high school students face off on Zoom; three move to the state contest in March.
David Baumgartner writes about his experiences launching rockets in his backyard as a kid.
Contest that started as local teachers showing off their students has grown to attract entries from throughout the Bay Area.
Recent Supreme Court ruling lifts state ban on indoor worship.
Francisco Diaz writes about taking a drive while hungry and the food he found.
Randy Logue shares a list of things he believes in.
Captain Eric Taylor with the SBC Sheriff's Office writes about what inspired him to work in law enforcement, and how the job has become increasingly politicized.