Marty Richman writes that San Benito County needs more revenue to support its residents; without it the county will just become a sleepy backwater and pocket of poverty.
The 1940 census records detail the human history of Hollister's ordinary people.
“The camel's nose is a metaphor for a situation where the permitting of a small, seemingly innocuous act will open the door for larger, clearly undesirable actions.” – Wikipedia.
Hollister Councilman Marty Richman writes that the new growth management ordinance satisfies the city's needs and state requirements.
Marty Richman says that leadership means getting out front with the right answer, not just counting votes or making excuses.
July 20 will be the 50th anniversary of humans landing on the moon; what does it foretell?
Hollister Councilman Marty Richman says if you're going to do a compensation analysis, it's better if you have some idea of what you're talking about.
Hollister Councilman Marty Richman writes that the answer to the commercial node issue is in the county's General Plan.
Marty Richman says that while the debate over growth rates drones on, anecdotal evidence and indications of increased illegal occupancies abound.
Hollister Councilman Marty Richman says good service-providing jobs are an economic necessity.
Hollister Vice Mayor Marty Richman says to welcome new residents, not scapegoat them.
“A fool and his money are soon parted.” – English proverb
Gavilan College is proposing to build a 1990s era SBC Education Center that will be obsolete on day one in the age of distant learning. What we need is nimble technology for education.
The two best community colleges within driving distance, Foothill and De Anza, will only get five San Benito High School graduates, according to a survey of the 2018 class.
As my beloved U.S.A. celebrates another Independence Day it remains as it has always been, a deeply divided nation, but now without a vision.
Shoe Palace and facility supervisors are encouraged by the results.
Advisory is in effect from 6 p.m. Monday evening through 3 p.m. Tuesday afternoon.
Reporter Robert Eliason writes on his recovery from prostate surgery.