Gregory LaForge replaced by Harry Damkar, as LaForge represents a ‘material witness for the defense.’
City and county officials roast retiring police chief David Westrick over coffee.
Restoration includes flooring, repairing drywall and removing asbestos.
Rene Rodriguez created the photo at the top of BenitoLink's homepage. Bold and dramatic, it captures a San Benito winter view of multiple ridge lines.
With over $600,000 in selective reserve accounts and after years of heated debate, county service areas get long-awaited maintenance work.
Christmas celebration brings families together for comedy skits and singalongs.
Elia Salinas claims council member called her a ‘cuca,’ Spanish slang for female genitalia; Resendiz said he meant it as short for ‘cucaracha,’ or cockroach.
John Chadwell shares what he recalls of the experience.
No member makes a motion on improvement agreement for a project that has been the subject of a lawsuit since 2015.
City Council looks to increase water in industrial zone and create redundancy for North County.
Forty-six patients moved to Hazel Hawkins and another facility.
CFO explains Plans B and C to keep the hospital’s doors open.
Fifty-five percent voter approval will be required to pass.
In resignation letter, Paul Eckert says he will ‘likely’ take legal action against those he accuses of slandering him.
BL Special Report: Ten districts in San Benito County realize ‘windfall.’
1,260 people have tested positive since February, 34 are active patients, 1,216 have recovered and 10 have died; the county’s current positivity rate is 8.1%.
Gas leak in Hollister disrupts plans.
PG&E has secured the gas leak as of 12:49 p.m. Residents can return home and businesses can resume activities.
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