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June 23, 2021

County to allow local stay-home order to expire

San Benito County Interim Public Health Officer Dr. David Ghilarducci on April 30 announced that he will allow the current San Benito County Shelter in Place Order to expire this week.

Hazel Hawkins to ‘cautiously’ resume elective surgeries

Hazel Hawkins Memorial Hospital (HHMH) is working in conjunction with Gov. Gavin Newsom’s new order that allows hospital’s to resume scheduled elective surgeries, hospital spokeswoman Frankie Gallagher said in a press release.

Study released on High Speed Rail

Residents, homeowners, public officials and business owners can begin submitting comments on the draft environmental study for the High Speed Rail section that is slated to pass through the South Valley.

Update: County health officer abruptly resigns

San Benito County Interim Public Health Officer Marty Fenstersheib resigned April 28 after the county’s elected political leadership split with the career health professional over orders to control the local spread of COVID-19.

SB High recognized as Top School

San Benito High School was recognized for a second straight year as one of the top public school sites in the country.

County health officer resigns

In the midst of San Benito County’s efforts to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, officials announced April 28 that interim Public Health Officer Dr. Marty Fenstersheib resigned from office.

Huge turnout for mask giveaway

Hundreds of San Benito County residents and their families received new face coverings to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 at a drive-thru giveaway event April 25 sponsored by local public officials and the Chamber of Commerce.

San Benito County issues face covering order

As of April 27, the county health officer is requiring residents to wear a face covering when going out into the public to perform essential activities.

Drive-thru face coverings available Saturday

County residents can pick up their face coverings at Winn Alley off of Fifth Street, next door to the San Benito County Office of Education.

Business briefs: Winery approved for Cienega Road

The Damm family got the OK from the San Benito County Planning Commission on April 15 to operate a winery as well as wine and beer tasting room at 3028 Cienega Road.