City consultant comes up with solutions to address hard water, aging wastewater treatment plant and other problems.
Assistance includes targeting high-risk workplaces, stronger guidance on compliance and temporary housing for self-isolation.
Retiring county election official Angela Curro says 85% of local voters mailed in their ballots last cycle.
Owners speak about outdoor dining on the main thoroughfare.
A San Juan Bautista fixture finds peace after struggling with PTSD and COVID-19.
2019 EPA inspection identified 11 areas of concern and described the facility as ‘aging’ and in ‘significant noncompliance.’
Assemblymember Robert Rivas says because of COVID-19, ‘we have no clear idea of what the state’s income will be over the year.’
A look at plans and ways that the autonomous vehicle testing facility could impact the region.
The ill-fated ‘pellet plant’ was supposed to provide the city with abundant soft water.
OptumServe site in Salinas helps out with extra kits.
City facing substantial fine for its continued inability to process large amounts of pollutants discharged into the Pajaro River, which then enter waterways that empty into Monterey Bay.
Laynee Reyna donates over 300 books and 70 field recordings for public use.
Councilman Cesar Flores says the city is facing $800,000 in penalties.
Off the Chain and Big 5 Sporting Goods report supply can’t keep up with demand.
San Benito County Office of Elections is now verifying signers.
Motorists can expect delays of up to 10 minutes while roadwork continues through August.
Several offices have been given extended nomination periods until Aug. 12.
Interim City Manager Brett Miller said if there is an agreement, it would go to the City Council on Aug. 17.
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