Educational outreach program continues through video lessons and visual arts.
Oliver and Finn Cross, 13-year-old twins, create their own Western movie.
San Benito High School students share how they are affected during the pandemic.
Two Hollister residents talk about planned festivities and how the pandemic has affected the holiday for them.
Julio Salazar trains parents on how the school system works.
AP exams, transcripts and picking a college are among top concerns for seniors.
Julie Neff delivers food to those on the local frontlines of the pandemic.
Local kids learn about and restore oak woodland next to Highway 152.
Nathan Fort and family create video lessons for their students while sheltering in place.
Idea would involve west side Hollister community in a project to promote traffic-calming measures.
Musicians play ‘Star Spangled Banner’ for their neighbors daily at 6:30 p.m.
BenitoLink provides a list of local churches and their contact information. Some church services are moving online during the coronavirus covid-19 pandemic.
Ninety-two kids cast their votes on favorite cookies, colors and apps.
Michelle Perez-Picha at San Juan School gave out puzzles, card and board games.
Schools in Hollister send out review work each week on math, science, reading and art.
The company is infilling parts of the mined land as part of the reclamation project.
Campground reservations are hard to come by during lockdown. COVID-19 situation leaves many in the lurch.
Program will run at least six months to help local merchants.
Mike and Frank O'Connell of Ranchers Feed & Western Wear have been a part of the Hollister business community since 1976, and have been at their First Street location for 20 years. Read more about Ranchers Feed click…
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