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April 7, 2020

2020 Census season underway

More than 32 percent of Hollister residents have already filled out the 2020 Census form before the effort officially kicks off April 1.

Hygiene requirements for food businesses

County officials over the weekend offered local businesses further clarity to the health officer’s March 17 stay-at-home order, which remains in effect at least until April 7 as an effort to stop the spread of the deadly COVID-19 illness.

County reminder: Stay home

San Benito County officials are reminding local residents to continue to shelter at home and practice social distancing guidelines as the COVID-19 pandemic spreads.

Schools could be closed through May 1

The San Benito County Office of Education is anticipating that schools may now be closed longer than previously expected due to rising concerns of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Gonzales pulls off upset in supervisor race

Bea Gonzales unseated four-term District 5 supervisor Jaime De la Cruz in the final election results released March 26.

Police, paramedics save unresponsive child

Police and paramedics were able to revive a 6-year-old boy who was unresponsive during a medical emergency in Hollister earlier this week, according to authorities.

Governor bans evictions statewide through May 31

Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday banned evictions statewide through May 31 for tenants impacted by COVID-19. The order, which takes...

Hollister City Council in no hurry to fill vacant seat

The Hollister City Council plans to honor former member Marty Richman at its next council meeting on April 6.

Strong thunderstorm hits region

The National Weather Service warned Thursday that a strong thunderstorm quickly moving into San Benito County could cause torrential rainfall and flooding.

County sets up hotline to report non-essential business

In continued efforts to "flatten the curve" and gain compliance to the current "Shelter-in-Place" order, San Benito County, The City of Hollister and The City of San Juan Bautista have begun sharing enforcement and reporting resources to educate non-essential businesses in the county and cities that still may be open.