Hollister orchard offers apricot products for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Panetta is still working to secure federal funds to eradicate the invasive zebra mussel.
The races start between 6-10 a.m. The start and finish line is at the Veterans Memorial Building.
Joseph Elmhorst is aiming to start a trend in Hollister dining options.
Games against rivals Christopher and Gilroy high schools will decide the winner.
Hollister School District Superintendent Erika Sanchez writes that Rancho San Justo students were not in any danger during the Oct. 15 lockdown.
The Gilmore Colony settles briefly in the Hollister Hills.
Downtown sushi eatery has been offering take-out only.
People speak about their sacred site known as Juristac.
Great Clips offers haircuts and introductory discounted prices.
Claudia Lopez returns to her roots to stock her Guatemala Boutique.
Isolating to stay safe makes a difficult problem worse.
Event held in response to Texas law.
Quilts of Honor ceremony celebrates hometown leaders as well as U.S. veterans
Members of the local agriculture community give a big send-off to a 4-H youth at the San Benito County Fair.
County records, newspaper articles and letters describe the formation of an early Black community in San Benito County.
The team is working to find its rhythm in the water.
Hollister Downtown Association’s Street Festival hosts car show, performances and raffles.