Perla, a five-year-old English Labrador retriever, is every student’s friend.
Mayor said the council was taking emergency action in order to assure the city had the state and federal resources it needed to keep the community safe.
Deputy Director Lynn Mello says 85% of people exposed to virus experience mild to no symptoms.
Arraignment hearing set for March 12.
Lenoir casts tiebreaker, saying ‘I just can’t see my way to do that.’
Christopher Larios’ next hearing is Feb. 21.
First active senior community in San Benito County offers open floor plans and a clubhouse.
California code says final maps can be approved without a vote when they conform ‘to all requirements and rulings.’
Hospital board amends Ken Underwood’s contract so he can continue working until a new CEO is recruited.
Final cost will be $1.4 million when the bill is due in 21 months.
Resendiz, Spencer and others in dispute over phone video.
Choi is one of two accused in a December 2017 murder. She faces up to 11 years in prison.
Dysfunction on display at Jan. 21 meeting; second resolution to censure other council members tabled to Feb. 18.
They are charged with first-degree murder in the December 2017 death of Yoon ‘Clara’ Ji.
San Benito County homeowners continue to see their taxes rise because of local school bonds and fees. Some longtime residents say they are considering moving to other states.
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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