Zoom webinars to give tips on reducing stress and other mental health issues.
Topics will include budgeting, debt management, investments, retirement accounts, life insurance basics, estate planning, asset protection, and more.
BrainFuse has tutors for K-12, college, citizenship tests, high school proficiency tests, Microsoft Office, and even resume and cover letter help.
The program offers residents a lower co-payment for services through a voucher system and/or direct financing.
The former school board member and wrestling supporter was a longtime teacher at Methodist Preschool.
Individuals will receive training and materials to make sure they are confident and ready to help voters on Election Day.
For the past two years, Erika Rodriguez coordinated the Uesugi Farms Pumpkin Parks school tours.
COG seeks community input on the 2022-2045 long-range plan that guides transportation investments for all forms of travel, including motor vehicle, transit, bicycle, and walking.
SJB State Historic Park to host UC Master Gardeners' workshop in February.
District 2 Supervisor candidates to present platforms at Aromas Grange.
Work expected to be completed by Jan. 31.
Bunny Perez and Jose Barragan welcomed their son Saleen on Jan. 1 at 6:18 a.m.
Every three years, California adopts new building codes to establish uniform standards for the construction and maintenance of buildings, electrical systems, plumbing systems, mechanical systems, and fire and life safety systems.
The evening was rounded out with a lively Ugly Sweater Contest and White Elephant-style wine bottle exchange.
First consideration will be given to applications received by Jan. 11.
This year, CSWD has partnered with Grillin and Chillin Alehouse and Ohana Shave Ice to collect unwrapped gifts to provide at the holiday party.
Aging seniors are increasingly likely to become homeless, which will have a big impact on local communities. The San Benito County Behavioral Health department is working to address homelessness.
Among the honorees is Riana Gutierrez, born in Hollister and 2016 graduate of San Benito High School. She is currently in college where she hopes to receive a degree in Nursing and Chicano(a) Studies.