17-year-old Samantha Slykas wants conversations about violence to continue.
Jefferson Elementary students write about their experience.
Year two of the pandemic brought vaccinations, the reopening of schools and a partial return to life before the coronavirus.
Over 1,000 multicolor light bulbs are attached to the VW Bus.
Over 900 presents collected by My Father’s House will brighten kids’ Christmas season.
The first in-town production brings ballet back to Hollister.
21-year-old Manny Bueno heading to Reno for Year of Wonder Tournament.
The collaboration has already resulted in 79 children receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.
School break camp will run over winter holiday break in December and January.
San Benito gives a year of cognitive behavioral counseling to people convicted of domestic abuse.
This year’s parade theme was 'The Most Wonderful Time of the Year.'
Diane Diaz Hopkins Insurance team collects comfortable new pajamas for foster children and other youth in San Benito County.
Break camps will be held from Nov. 22-24.
Trouble Maker Toys and Comics opens in Tuccoletta Hall’s Plaza Market.
Donations benefit four local nonprofits.
They took photographs to express their feelings during and after lockdown.
They bring a sign of normalcy and hope for the small tourist town.
The Hollister-based stage company cancelled performances scheduled for the last week of October.