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April1, 2020

Countywide stay-home order likely extended to May 1

Seven jurisdictions in the Bay Area that issued the current ongoing stay-at-home order on March 17, announced today that the order will likely be extended at least through May 1.

2020 Census season underway

More than 43 percent of Morgan Hill residents have already filled out the 2020 Census form before the effort officially kicks off April 1. According to response data provided by the United States Census Bureau, Santa Clara County had a 39.5 percent self-response...

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 effect immediately, prohibits landlords from evicting residential tenants for nonpayment of rent and prohibits enforcement of evictions by law enforcement...

Red Cross faced with blood shortage

As COVID-19 concerns exploded throughout the country, the American Red Cross, like most other organizations, was faced with an onslaught of cancellations.

Santa Clara Valley wineries offer deals during COVID-19

By Laura Ness While tasting rooms are currently closed, most local wineries are ready to supply with the wine people need to sip while sheltering.  Local restaurants Maurizio’s, Odeum, Rosy’s, Siam Thai and West Side Grill...

COVID-19 pandemic: By the numbers

As of March 26: Worldwide: 523,163 cases; 23,639 deaths; 122,059 recovered U.S., 80,021 cases; 1,136 deaths; 619 recovered California, 3,247 cases; 68 deaths Santa Clara County, 459 cases; 17 deaths

Morgan Hill, Gilroy school closures extended to May 1

Seven Bay Area county health officers, in collaboration with their six county superintendents of schools have made a unified, regional decision to extend school closures and student dismissals from regular school attendance through May 1, 2020 to slow the spread of COVID-19 to the maximum extent possible.

Mushroom fest canceled; county protects renters

Another week of the novel coronavirus’ spread throughout Santa Clara County and beyond has brought another week of closures, cancellations and a search for some relief for locals who may be impacted by the economic fallout of the pandemic.

Unprecedented $2 trillion relief bill at a glance

Almost all Americans will soon receive one-time payments from the federal government thanks to the nearly $2 trillion COVID-19 relief bill approved by Congress on Tuesday night, according to the Associated Press. Details of the unrivaled package are expected...

School meals to go

Even though schools are closed, school district staff and a host of local partners and volunteers are making sure students are well-fed during the current pandemic stay-home order.