BenitoLink sponsors help keep news and information available to our community. With this new feature, we honor the folks who help keep San Benito County residents well-informed.
Area organizations attend a workshop on business retention/growth, multi-agency collaboration and tourism marketing plan.
Two Hollister tattoo artists share what’s popular in their shops this year.
Middle schoolers learn from professors and develop teamwork skills at weeklong Algebra Academy.
Group prays and shares words of hope for detainees and vulnerable community members.
Leaders in the Hollister Downtown Association, San Juan Bautista Committee and Community Foundation see potential for increased tourist spending in San Benito County.
Workshop encourages businesses not to reject job applicants because of criminal history.
Hollister nonprofit is helping Mason Churchill, a 17-year-old resident with fragile X syndrome, develop both personally and professionally.
Making strides in sustainability and employee development.
Hollister resident Brittany Renz’s new book “Girl, You Got This!” shows new mothers how to bring efficiency and healthy habits back into their lives.
Merchants develop new ways to showcase their products and services.
BenitoLink sponsors help keep news and information available to our community. With this feature, we honor the folks who help keep San Benito County residents well-informed.
First day of school is set for Aug. 13, but plans remain ‘fluid.’
324 people have tested positive since February, 40 are active patients, 284 have recovered; state issues warning about scammers exploiting contact tracing program.
Nomination period begins July 13 and ends Aug. 7.
Mike and Frank O'Connell of Ranchers Feed & Western Wear have been a part of the Hollister business community since 1976, and have been at their First Street location for 20 years. Read more about Ranchers Feed click…
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