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.
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.
1,260 people have tested positive since February, 34 are active patients, 1,216 have recovered and 10 have died; the county’s current positivity rate is 8.1%.
Gas leak in Hollister disrupts plans.
PG&E has secured the gas leak as of 12:49 p.m. Residents can return home and businesses can resume activities.
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