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.
Jack Preader convinces Hollister to make Frank Klauer Park ADA-compliant.
Hollister Downtown Association to host modified celebration at airport.
Students of Enterprise Academy of Martial Arts raise funds to distribute food to 200 families this week.
San Benito County residents invited to submit photos of entries in categories of holiday traditions, open design and 4-H design.
San Benito Gives fundraiser shifts gears during the pandemic.
Organizations pitch in to beautify downtown.
Four candidates compete for two seats.
Three managers speak about having to close their doors and the challenges of reopening.
San Benito County Arts Council hosts online show during COVID-19 pandemic.
Distribution begins at 2 p.m. at Worth Saving thrift store.
Despite feeling bored and distracted, they would rather stay home for classes than attend in person.
City seeking write-ins for city treasurer and city clerk.
Over 100,000 tons of landscaping wood chips are stored at that location.
Fifty one new cases reported, 4,959 people have tested positive, 515 are active patients, 4,401 have recovered and 43 have died; the county’s current positivity rate is 17.4%; the San Joaquin Valley Region’s ICU availability is 0%.
Law enforcement believe alcohol impairment may have been a factor.