Shoe Palace and facility supervisors are encouraged by the results.
Local nonprofit seeks donations of boys toys.
Teens and those with behavioral issues are most likely to be relocated outside San Benito County.
Gifts and stockings delivered to those living in farmworker housing at the Villa Luna Apartments.
Plan would require willingness of students and teachers to return to in-person instruction.
Items include quilts, clothes and hygiene essentials.
Scout executive team decided to hold off on annual service after recent rise in cases coupled with the local stay-at-home order.
Jack Preader convinces Hollister to make Frank Klauer Park ADA-compliant.
Neither rain nor sleet nor COVID-19 will stop letters from getting to the North Pole this year.
Community Action Board and Community Services and Workforce Development have partnered with MB Photography and Ohana Shave Ice to for a photo with Santa toy drive to collect unwrapped gifts.
Some HSD instructors say they’d rather continue with remote instruction.
Recent canned food drive with Community FoodBank yielded 1,200 nonperishable items.
Scouts will be on patrol within the community to collect trees on Jan. 3, Jan. 9 and Jan. 10.
San Benito County residents invited to submit photos of entries in categories of holiday traditions, open design and 4-H design.
Mariachi Vargas Extravaganza Vocal Competition winners will be announced Dec. 5.
Over a three-year period, disabled students in San Benito County dropped out at more than twice the rate of the general student population.
Donations can be dropped off at three no-contact locations in Hollister until Nov. 20.
Multi-tier support helping to lower suspension numbers, but Hispanics still disproportionately represented in suspensions and dropout rates.