The changing face of healthcare and financial realities have led the San Benito Healthcare District to consider its options for the future.
When it comes to tough decisions true leaders have to make judgement calls in a timely manner.
I was looking for a simple answer to questions about water project funding – it turns out there is no such thing.
You’ll probably read this on BenitoLink via the Internet, but what happens to your life if the Internet doesn’t work at all?
Marty Richman, county resident and citizen journalist, researches suicide and finds that San Benito County has a very low rate. His column provides statistics and some helpful information.
Moving to stretch your income and assets may be worthwhile, but it requires a lot research and planning and the right place to go.
You can get some perspective on the future by understanding what was in the past and what is now, but much will be a surprise.
Win or lose, merely running for public office can give you insight and stir your imagination.
With CPAs, self-help software, and 38 registered preparers locally, tax preparation is big business
“We don’t bother the county or the city and they don’t bother us”
Vehicle leasing maze looks like poor staff work and the details were not provided to the public.
Romance and foreplay aren’t necessary when it’s all about power
Responsibility for the county’s continuing revenue problems lie with the Board of Supervisors who have failed to deal with the basic issue.
One of my old columns on Thanksgiving - I believe it's worth repeating
Hollister digs up the old, failed, Growth Management plan to become the new failed plan
Mayor Velazquez said he’s prevented from naming the company, but that it’s expected to employ upwards of 400 people.
Ten new cases reported, 5,671 people have tested positive, 69 are active patients, 5,543 have recovered and 59 have died; the county’s current positivity rate is 5.4%.
Officers responded to a 911 call on Dec. 8 for a disturbance at a home on Kimberly Court.