City expects to lose $190K per quarter.
State allocates more testing to SBC; Hernandez wants public health officer fired.
Members of Preserve Our Rural Communities focus on staying safe.
Historical Society opposes, as it wants property to remain a park ‘per the donor’s wishes.’
Coverings would be required in places where it isn’t possible to maintain social distancing.
Position will help businesses apply for COVID-19 relief funds.
Engineers use open source model as a starting point.
Latinx residents account for 63% of cases and make up 60.6% of the county’s population.
First-in-the-nation bills would expand paid sick leave, provide hazard pay and subsidies for child care.
Ninety-two kids cast their votes on favorite cookies, colors and apps.
Office of Emergency Services manager says they’d been in storage a long time.
Family invites community to participate in honoring longtime businesswoman.
De La Cruz casts lone ‘no’ vote at meeting conducted online.
Michelle Perez-Picha at San Juan School gave out puzzles, card and board games.
Donations will be distributed to farmworkers and their families.
Construction will include converting an inside shoulder to create space for an auxiliary lane.
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.
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