Organizations and families pitch in at the “spring cleaning”
Market-style smorgasbord restores options to those in need of food.
Teachers, students and staff glad to be back in person.
Campus pantry prepares to serve up to 1,000 students and their families.
HSD and San Benito Arts Council launch new collaboration.
Some San Benito Catholic services celebrate in person.
Water district officials discuss possible return to drought conditions.
The regional representative made stops in Hollister and San Juan Bautista.
Contest that started as local teachers showing off their students has grown to attract entries from throughout the Bay Area.
State Senator Anna Caballero adjourns in memory of the Hollister music instructor who died in January.
One in four county residents estimated to be food insecure.
Feeding Hazel Hawkins workers one round at a time, Hollister Downtown Association program pairs up with local restaurants to provide food to frontline workers.
Family and former students speak about Mr. O as music teacher, jazz bandleader, and pillar of the community.
Former managers speak on what the cafe meant to Hollister.
Outgoing member Dan De Vries claims there’s no scientific evidence that eating outside results in dangerous rates of COVID-19 spread.
The public can submit comments by email, mail, in person or complete a survey.
During the pandemic the organization has provided food, hoodies and boots to farmworkers.
New area allows people and animals to sit, get acquainted and see if they are a good fit as a family.