Historical Society attracts students, musicians and Civil War buffs to County Historical Park. Annual Civil War Days coming up
Bluegrass music fans packed the park for annual event at new venue
The San Benito County Historical Society built a new stage to produce community concerts and special events
Expert research and analysis can help the public and policymakers understand the range of policy issues to consider when drafting proposals to legalize, tax, and regulate marijuana
Stephen Schwartz, who will bring "Wicked the Musical" to theaters in 2019, performed in Hollister in 2001
Orlando shooting was a hate crime fueled by radical religious agenda against the LGBT community
Bernie Sanders wakes up America to 21st Century civil rights issues, won't quit fighting to advance his message of economic inequality
Hollister Musician Michael Annotti shares love of music, humanity and champion spirit with 49ers "The Faithful" TV show, will sing National Anthem at Levi Stadium Oct. 23
"You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time." - Abraham Lincoln
Community Foundation should offer free workshops to strengthen the vision, planning and board governance of existing and aspiring organizations
Supervisor De La Cruz donates campaign funds to help promote Measure P half-cent sales tax to repair roads in San Benito County
Local party votes to endorse Measure P effort, makes $2,000 donation to support the effort
Join the free kickoff party to get out the vote in support of the Measure P "Repair Our Roads" Campaign with live music, Saturday May 7, upstairs at The Vault
Community Foundation and its donors support support all aspects of our community
San Benito County and the city of Hollister could benefit from policy revisions that ban medical marijuana operations
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.