San Juan Bautista
Future plans include audio tours.
$150,000 expected to be available for San Benito County via the California Emergency Solutions and Housing program.
Two, $1,000 scholarships available to regional high school seniors.
Residents attend town hall hosted by San Benito Fire Safe Council.
"These funds will help the San Benito Health Foundation to continue to provide their patients with quality health education and preventative services, and to promote healthy lifestyles," Panetta said.
Saturday event starts at 9 a.m. with a dedication of the new map kiosk near the San Juan Bakery patio.
Competitors will present business pitches to a panel of judges during May 10 finals in Seaside.
New e-book and audiobook service offers library cardholders free access to over 90,000 titles.
Qualifying round set for April 6; finalists move on to May 10 main event.
Residents urge the City Council not to remove the balcony if it isn’t necessary.
Potential $50,000 in grant funding could go to first time homebuyers if approved.
Forty-eight artists to display works in Aromas, Hollister and San Juan Bautista.
Library cardholders now have free access to more than 30,000 classic, independent, foreign language and educational films.
"We must ensure that California's farmworkers and their children have the chance at a better life, and a brighter future," Rivas said.
April 4 session covers prevention and response in hazard zones of San Benito County.
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