First day of school is set for Aug. 13, but plans remain ‘fluid.’
Project encourages participation in the 2020 Census before the reporting deadline on Oct. 31.
First day of instruction is Aug. 17.
Parents will choose from two models—one bringing students to classrooms twice a week; the other being online only.
More warning lights and signs are added after a car crashes into barricades on Memorial Day weekend.
Resident organizes drives through town to get people out of the house during shelter-in-place.
Donations pile high at San Juan and Hollister fire stations.
Several restaurants take part in weekend street closure. Check out photos from the first day.
Two Hollister residents talk about planned festivities and how the pandemic has affected the holiday for them.
Julie Neff delivers food to those on the local frontlines of the pandemic.
Idea would involve west side Hollister community in a project to promote traffic-calming measures.
Jenavie Hernandez shares tips for shoppers.
A mother of two gives her frontline account. It takes a little while to set goals and get a schedule going, but part of the learning experience is accepting the limits that come with this crisis.
Seven elementary and middle schools provide breakfast, lunch and snacks.
Meetings on local control and accountability plan offer parents a chance to share their thoughts on how funds should be spent within the school district.
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.
Burns writes that it's time the council got back to basics and worked together to represent the needs and interests of the community.
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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