Nurses describe a windfall of support including food and protective equipment.
50 business owners and residents gather to speak out against shelter-in-place order.
Hazel Hawkins ER director attributes low number of local cases to people staying home, but thinks the virus poses a long-term threat.
Hollister City Council expected to discuss postponing in May.
Funding will help maintain daily operations, which have switched to a 24-hour schedule since shelter-in-place went into effect.
Exemptions allowing some projects to continue during shelter-in-place have sparked confusion and controversy.
Funding goes toward school services and programs such as special education, Head Start, after-school programs, classroom technology, food assistance, and maternal and child health programs.
Farmhouse Cafe owner and high school culinary teacher team up to feed those in need.
Marty Richman’s seat will remain vacant until November election.
ER medical director says “it’s the calm before the storm.”
None showed symptoms and all received a judge’s approval.
Police, fire and sheriff’s deputies wear personal protection equipment when necessary and limit in-person contact.
Hollister biotech company produces cell culture media for those working to develop a vaccine.
Water shut-offs for delinquent accounts discontinued, playgrounds closed for duration of local emergency declaration.
‘He loved the community,’ his daughter says.
The company is infilling parts of the mined land as part of the reclamation project.
Campground reservations are hard to come by during lockdown. COVID-19 situation leaves many in the lurch.
Program will run at least six months to help local merchants.
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