Proceeds from the campaign are donated to the food bank in order to stock up on bulk items.
Supervisors will now have to decide whether to repeal the rezoning ordinance or place it before voters.
Rivas, Hernandez and Gillio answer audience questions on senior care, mitigated ag land, PG&E power shut-offs and their legacies.
He recalls the community’s ‘resiliency and compassion’ during Lovers Lane flooding in 2017.
Family opened the dealership in 1910.
Sidewalk under balcony closed since September 2018 due to safety complaint.
Event includes cook-off, chicken queen coronation, music, and live chicken displays.
Anyone interested in running for the position has until August 10 to file with the San Benito County Registrar of Voters.
The new self-help housing project, known as Riverview II, will feature up to 25 homes on 4,000 square-foot lots.
The Community FoodBank held an open house Friday May 18 to highlight a new choice market model.
Gavilan President Dr. Kathleen Rose recently spoke of future efforts to improve higher education in San Benito County via a general obligation school bond that could be placed on the November ballot.
Several candidates of various backgrounds will face off on June 5 for the open, contested seat for California's 30th State Assembly district.
City council members held a public hearing on a proposed cannabis ordinance. The implementation of the ordinance is contingent upon a citywide tax gaining voter approval in November.
Arti-Culture and Ohana Shave Ice enter the final round for Startup Challenge Monterey Bay. While this is Arti-Culture's first entry, Ohana came in second place last year in the Main Street Division.
San Benito County Association of Realtors hosts candidate forum for numerous races including county supervisor, state senate, and state assembly
Project moving forward after a remedy in 2015 failed.
Work to take place July 6 through July
$6.1 million allocated to construct maintenance vehicle pull-outs, gore and center median paving on various areas along Highway 101 between Monterey and San Benito counties.
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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