City staff said they discovered multiple violations related to tracking and tracing cannabis products during a surprise inspection.
Interim City Manager Brett Miller said if there is an agreement, it would go to the City Council on Aug. 17.
Attorney argues the cannery’s closure would cause ‘irreparable harm to the community’ by eliminating 450 local jobs.
Facility recently reduced number of beds to qualify for new funding.
Hearings delayed twice as Judge Steven Sanders steps aside over conflict; Judge Omar Rodriguez takes over the case Aug. 5.
Hollister City Council approves funding of one HPD officer for training in mental health protocols to reduce 5150 incidents.
She had pleaded no contest to charges in the killing of Hollister resident Yoon Ji.
Superintendent Diego Ochoa expects ‘billions of dollars in deferrals for education funding this upcoming school year.’
Carol Lenoir said she began self-isolation on June 25 when she became ill.
Project moving forward after a remedy in 2015 failed.
The Hollister company is now seeking up to 15 people and expects more positions to open in the coming weeks.
Funds will be managed by the Workforce Development Board and disbursed by Aug. 31.
Mayor Ignacio Velazquez doesn’t want to be ‘bullied’ by Sacramento; Councilwoman Carol Lenoir warns ‘lawsuits are coming.’
Members argue over protocols for travel to Washington, D.C.
Mayor defends Councilman Rolan Resendiz against allegations made by resident Irma Gonzalez.
767 people have tested positive since February, 9,714 tested in total, 63 are active patients, 700 have recovered and four have died.
$500 award will help with food distribution in San Benito County.
Paycheck Protection Program loans provide for over 8,270 local employees.
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