Youth Alliance Executive Director Diane Ortiz writes that distance learning does not serve community members equally, and that the community must come together to address issues now.
Betabel Project creator Rider McDowell writes about progress made in treating medulloblastoma, a form of pediatric brain cancer.
Supervisor Peter Hernandez shares comments he made at an April meeting concerning the face covering mandate.
Hollister Councilwoman Carol Lenoir writes about downtown revitalization and efforts to continue ad hoc committee work.
Shelby Schipsi writes about her experience.
Patty Anne writes that wearing a face mask in public is a considerate gesture towards others, lessening the spread of any germs.
Denise Olson writes that making local grocery stores safer may reduce the hoarding and short supplies seen in the region.
Valerie Egland writes that low voter turnout and a campaign of disinformation tipped the scales of the county's future.
Aurelio Zuniga writes that HSD Superintendent Ochoa's participation in the 2020 Census could help secure additional federal funding.
Samantha Slykas to host March 2 self-awareness event for all ages.
In this contributed commentary, resident Joan Sattler shares a tribute on her friend Martha Moses.
Vanessa Kirchner reflects on the radiant qualities and life of San Benito High School student John Schilling.
After accusations of a Brown Act violation regarding transparency, the Hazel Hawkins Hospital Board of Directors issued a response.
National Home Ownership Month is a time for the real estate industry to celebrate and promote the American dream of owning a home.
Huge CalPERS unfunded termination estimates show how much the system bets on high investment returns to fund future obligations.
Survey examines three choices for travel between Hollister and Gilroy.
Project aims to create autonomous vehicle testing facility in San Benito County.
Construction will include converting an inside shoulder to create space for an auxiliary lane.
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