With no policy in place, council members table the item for further discussion.
Two companies challenge the level of impact the EDC touts it had on their operations.
Tomato cannery will be responsible for operating and maintaining the city’s industrial wastewater treatment ponds.
Road washout forces her to go off-roading to reach destination.
Top Hatters Motorcycle Club hosts Palm Sunday ceremony.
Parks, new school funding, farmland mitigation are among the topics covered as the city works to update its guiding document.
Proponents say new delivery station will bring hundreds of jobs and taxes, but residents were left out of the conversation.
Superintendent of Schools Krystal Lomanto gives update to SBC Board of Education.
First section of River Parkway Trail open. Ribbon cutting for portion near Apricot Lane set for April 10.
At 14, the local race car driver has spent half his life on the track.
Group will expand from five to seven members to include more citizens in the process of updating the city’s guiding document.
Steve Hannah says infection rates are not expected to peak in April as predicted.
Mayor Velazquez said he’s prevented from naming the company, but that it’s expected to employ upwards of 400 people.
Developer argues he should not have to pay a $2.2 million park fee as the project includes a community center for its residents.
If approved, the legislation would work to ensure all bodies of water in California are clean enough for drinking, swimming and fishing by 2050.
San Benito County Sheriff’s deputies found a man lying on the street and took him to jail after being treated at a Salinas hospital.
The family continues his business and legacy of good works.
A soft opening is expected for the 2024 summer semester.