Some families had been loyal customers for decades.
Kathy Schipper and Beth Welch remain co-owners of the San Juan Bautista marketing company.
A chance discovery in 1907 yielded a unique precious mineral; now the public can go look for samples on Saturdays.
Hollister Floors and More expands to include a showroom.
Sean and Sophia Shelton return to Hollister and to Dunneville Market.
Cafe Con Leche owners aspire to one day have a brick-and-mortar shop.
Notably Noble Co. opens as a companion shop to her successful Thankful Co.
Farmhouse Cafe reopens with a small book and gift store, plus unique espresso drinks.
Hollister Concerts series kicks off at Guerra Cellars.
Closed by fire, the store has reopened in a new spot.
Many of the ceremonies being held this year are postponements from last year.
Treated with care, they present no threat and can be preserved.
The family continues his business and legacy of good works.
The downtown restaurant expands in size and menu.
Organizations and families pitch in at the “spring cleaning”
It’s been making soaps, lotions, creams and incense since 1995.
High quality and locally sourced foods highlight Louie Roybal’s catering menu.
Couple bring specialty footwear to town.