CHEER's efforts have cleared out tons of trash and enabled steelhead trout to return to the San Benito River after 75 years.
Lori Bennett notified when SBC Elections Office asked to verify her signature.
Judge says the ordinances that rezoned the property were not included in Measure K.
A drop in the positivity rate brings progress on the state’s ‘blueprint’ ranking.
Benny Young comes from Monterey County with over 45 years of experience.
City will send waste water to Hollister and import water from West Hills Water Treatment Plant.
Answers to frequently asked questions about the ballot measure for a proposed autonomous vehicle testing facility along Highway 25.
Health Program Coordinator Paula Bonilla hopes to give Spanish-speaking community members the tools to protect themselves.
Funds will be used to hire additional staff and improve internet connectivity.
Trical’s consultant says the original hazard report uses incorrect assumptions.
$241 million project will occur in phases, with construction not expected to begin for several years.
Students with behavioral issues are being pushed into the special education department, which is already overwhelmed.
Consultants disagree on methodology and what would be a safe buffer zone from Trical Inc.
Some county staff temporarily reassigned to assist the department following the death of Harry Mavrogenes.
Five candidates running for seat vacated by Jim Gillio.
The two facilities have outranked others nationwide in 16 out of 18 quality indicators compared to national benchmarks.
San Benito Citizens for a Brighter Future co-founder Mia Casey writes that the proposed Strada Verde project is a positive step forward for San Benito County.
El Nopal Bakery serves up pan de muerto and pumpkin conchas in time for Dia de los Muertos.
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…