Restoration includes flooring, repairing drywall and removing asbestos.
Forty-six patients moved to Hazel Hawkins and another facility.
Jack Kimmich used his heavy trucks to help neighbors during floods as his pigs headed for higher ground.
Office of Emergency Services director reports on road closures and rescues following latest round of storms
Hollister Firefighters Association establishes fund for residents of Lovers Lane area
Flood-ravaged Lovers Lane area expected to be inundated again as Pacheco Creek exceeds flood stage; voluntary evacuations in effect again
Kevin O'Neill, director of the San Benito County Office of Emergency Services, addressed county supervisors on flood status as the county prepares to work with state agencies to assess damages
Flash flood watch continues in San Benito County, as the San Benito River rose above flood stage
Search and Rescue team joins Animal Control to save animals for rising waters.
Tuesday meeting will feature county officials answering questions from the public
Office of Emergency Services is asking residents affected by the flooding to fill out a survey to gather information on damage and losses
County also issues water contamination alert for homes on Lovers Lane, Frye Lane, and San Felipe Road to Shore Road because of flooding
Newly-seated county supervisor thanks first-responders, agencies and volunteers that have offered assistance
Outpouring of support for residents, animals in the wake of evacuations during flooding
Evacuation center set up in downtown Hollister for residents who chose to leave their homes; San Felipe closed between Highway 152 and Fairview