San Benito County Business Council President Bob Tiffany writes in support of Measure K.
Smoke may be visible in San Benito County.
District 2 supervisor candidate John Freeman writes about a new land-use initiative.
Certificate programs can be fulfilled completely online, within one year, and improve economic stability by getting students job-market ready in industries with projected growth.
SBHS students learn about the late David Arben and his journey from concentration camp prisoner to performing musician.
One new death reported, 1,767 people have tested positive since February, 124 are active patients, 1,628 have recovered and 16 have died; the county’s current positivity rate is 6.5%.
Increase of 113 new cases reported between Nov. 15-21.
Document aims to identify funding for transportation projects in San Benito County and elsewhere.