Fruits, Michael Myers and characters from the Wizard of Oz invade downtown Hollister.
The two-day event will be held at the San Benito County Historical Park.
Celeste Toledo-Bocanegra writes that Supervisor Kollin Kosmicki's behavior is not appropriate for an elected official.
Members of the clergy write that the Christian principles serve as the bedrock of much the good expressed in the nature and accomplishments of this country.
Andrew Russo writes that Hollister City Clerk has 'thrown obstacle after obstacle to derail our efforts.'
Readings and writing will focus on how gender and race shape our relationship to the outdoors and the importance of place in our lives.
The Amateur Radio Association helps during emergencies and provides equipment testing and training.
Resident Gary Cameron writes that trucks going to the landfill damage the roads and impact residents' quality of life.
The action aims to protect nesting raptors.
Public health said the current OptumServe testing site has the capacity to perform 990 scheduled tests per week.
Though the tenant has not yet been named, the project will be built to receive and distribute furniture and appliances, and employ over 400 people.