An investigation was initiated following complaints that a Safeway employee said the pricing was due to a past litigation settlement that required Safeway to price fuel at the community average.
District says program has led to improvements including having 8% of kindergarten students being below grade level literacy, 77% are within and 15% are above grade level.
San Benito County Superior Court Judge Patrick Palacios was the deputy district attorney on another felony case involving the same defendant.
The free program helps students learn basic skills and receive their own guitar.
Commander Tomas Corral was one of two hundred and forty-seven law enforcement officers from 47 states and the District of Columbia.
Target date of a complete reopening is estimated to be early May 2023.
Michael Parsons certified as a State Registration Election Official.
San Benito supervisors approve up to $75,000 in waivers for 50 residents affected by floods to ease reconstruction efforts.
The gallery at Hollister High will feature over 100 pieces by current students.
A guide to understanding earthquakes in San Benito County.
Ben Combs, the new executive director, begins making his mark with a series of improvements.
Police Chief Carlos Reynoso says the greatest obstacle is obtaining enough security for public safety.
Mishel Thomas writes about working for the hospital and the potential impact on the community if it were to close.
Senator Anna Caballero writes that more nimble management of the water stored in our reservoirs is essential.
Aurelio Zuñiga writes about three options the government should be considering.