The city has a $1.6 million deficit compared to last fiscal year.
Early morning blazes occur minutes apart from each other; HPD arrests one suspect.
Hollister fills with political activity. Pro-Trump supporters are met with anti-Trump contingent with no incidents of note.
Portion of San Benito Street to be transformed into one-way thoroughfare.
Challenger Susan Postigo running against incumbent Jeri Hernandez.
Three candidates seek seat that will be vacated by incumbent Angie De La Cruz.
Jose Fernandez and Rick Perez compete for the seat of outgoing councilmember Carol Lenoir.
With the 31st anniversary of the Loma Prieta Earthquake on Oct. 17, former city manager Bill Avera takes BenitoLink on a downtown walking tour to discuss retrofitting.
Ignacio Velazquez says he plans to report the calls to authorities, including the FBI.
If approved with a second reading on Oct. 19, it would allow the city to remove shopping carts from parks, sidewalks and other public places.
Locations offer safe, secure places for voters to turn in mail-in ballots.
Tim Burns and Julio Rodriguez run for seat left vacant by the late Marty Richman.
Sal Mora: ‘I have run a clean campaign, and will continue to do so.’
Leon Panetta, Anna Caballero, Robert Rivas among attendees of groundbreaking for the Epicenter, slated for completion in December 2021.
Sal Mora challenges longtime incumbent Ignacio Velazquez.
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.