Empowering Our Communities for Success has served Santa Clara County kids since 2013.
The Hollister ice cream parlor innovates as it maintains its high quality and fresh ingredients.
They’ll be distributed at San Andreas Continuation School, Target and Enterprise Martial Arts Studio.
San Benito Stage Company’s summer production starts July 15.
The annual Hollister Independence Day weekend onslaught of motorcycles was replaced by parade of families and bicycles decorated in red, white, and blue bunting in celebration of the national holiday.
The planning of the park started in 2012.
After months of delays while waiting for an electrical switcher, Anderson Homes transferred the new $3 million park to the county June 28.
Booths provide information on oral hygiene, safety and the dangers of drugs.
Students donate items to the I Care Packages program.
Administrators of the continuation high school say their graduates are ready ‘to do great things’ after a year of challenges.
John Walker speaks to students about ‘KT and the Ride of His Life’ and his experience following a bicycle accident.
Special Olympics of Northern California and ESPN present a banner celebrating it as a Unified Champion School.
Unfamiliar music, slippery mats and no practice time are among the challenges Noah Fort overcame to reach his goal.
Jacob Lima distributes 500 articles of clothing to three homeless nonprofits.
Dress warm and hike with friends and family in the glow of the full moon.
Artwork included 3D sculptures, paper mache and portraits.
Kayla Salazar will use the gift for college expenses.
Live theater is back at school after pausing for the pandemic.