Isolating to stay safe makes a difficult problem worse.
The San Benito County’s Office of Emergency Services has plans for most emergencies, but says residents also need to have plans to survive the initial days or weeks following a disaster.
City of Hollister, San Benito County and SBHS at odds over plan.
Despite claims, district states there have been several meetings and that all changes were approved by the teacher union.
Three bus drivers have sued the San Benito High School District because of one supervisor. Two were awarded large settlements and the third is still in court.*
After a slow, limited response from San Benito County, Bill Lee received $200,000 in restitution from a former employee. Now he’s suing a past customer to recoup another $743,000.
Lower income families can’t juggle COVID-19 state demands with day to day needs.
Tiffany Wyrick and son Colton share their story of becoming infected and the lingering effects months later.
Mitigation measures ensure certain lands are cultivated in perpetuity.
Over a three-year period, disabled students in San Benito County dropped out at more than twice the rate of the general student population.
Multi-tier support helping to lower suspension numbers, but Hispanics still disproportionately represented in suspensions and dropout rates.
Tax incentives and environmental reviews slow the pace of development.
Caring for a parent with Alzheimer’s is an act of love and patience. One local woman shares her story.
The precise definition depends on the regulatory agency, and the context in which it’s used.
Students with behavioral issues are being pushed into the special education department, which is already overwhelmed.
City consultant comes up with solutions to address hard water, aging wastewater treatment plant and other problems.
2019 EPA inspection identified 11 areas of concern and described the facility as ‘aging’ and in ‘significant noncompliance.’
The ill-fated ‘pellet plant’ was supposed to provide the city with abundant soft water.