BenitoLink’s Robert Eliason shares his research on Cienega Valley wines.
Administrators of the continuation high school say their graduates are ready ‘to do great things’ after a year of challenges.
Intended to increase county revenue, nodes are designed to service existing and future demand for commercial, residential, industrial projects in unincorporated areas. Land use activists oppose 13 of 16 nodes.
Other than a few honking cars showing support, Hollister had a peaceful protest about the potential overturn of Roe v. Wade by the Supreme Court.
BenitoLink kicks off its speaker series in San Juan Bautista.
Two candidates are in the race: incumbent Candice Hooper Mancino and challenger Joel Buckingham.
Jacob Lima distributes 500 articles of clothing to three homeless nonprofits.
Activities slated Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Former Hollister theatrical artist enters work in the Poppy Jasper Film Festival.
San Benito County educators discuss how the pandemic has changed operations over the last two years.
It’s accused of not properly publicizing open meetings.
Staff will research what systems other cities are using before making an $800K investment.
City Council supports applications amid differing views on procedure.
After pushing for ADA compliance, young activist Jack Preader can now play there.
Hazel Hawkins employees have mixed opinions about the vaccine mandate.
Rylee Roberts, a newly minted rodeo queen, will participate in the National High School Rodeo Finals in July.
After months of delays while waiting for an electrical switcher, Anderson Homes transferred the new $3 million park to the county June 28.
Shawn Novack writes that over the last two decades county farmers have been using new technologies and methodologies for efficient water use.