Calmer weather days are predicted over the next week as San Benito County looks to dry out from a series of storms
Flash flood watch continues in San Benito County, as the San Benito River rose above flood stage
Pacheco Creek near Dunneville had surpassed the 12-foot flood stage by early Sunday afternoon, with more flooding expected
A dozen San Benito High School students skipped a class on Friday to discuss their hopes for the next four years
Rains again swell Pacheco Creek, prompting emergency crews to evacuate residents, livestock
Office of Emergency Services is asking residents affected by the flooding to fill out a survey to gather information on damage and losses
The National Weather Services predicts more rounds of wet weather in San Benito County from midweek through next weekend
County also issues water contamination alert for homes on Lovers Lane, Frye Lane, and San Felipe Road to Shore Road because of flooding
Water Conservation Manager Shawn Novack said the county is above the rainfall pace for an average year, but local groundwater basins may need years to recharge
Outpouring of support for residents, animals in the wake of evacuations during flooding
Evacuation center set up in downtown Hollister for residents who chose to leave their homes; San Felipe closed between Highway 152 and Fairview
Another wet week ahead is predicted for San Benito County
Powerful storm expected to drench San Benito County through Monday
Gusty, wet storm expected to impact the region on Thursday
San Benito County’s nonprofit news organization surpasses its $80,000 goal with the support of all sorts of community members and national partners for local news.
Water resources available to San Benito County are dwindling.
Deadline to submit an application is June 17 at 5 p.m.