Looking back at San Benito County’s top stories of 2021

Year two of the pandemic brought vaccinations, the reopening of schools and a partial return to life before the coronavirus.


Committing to the dream

Looking back at where BenitoLink started and where it is today.


A news organization you can trust

Our primary goal is to provide valuable, sometimes life-saving information to the residents of San Benito County.


BenitoLink reaches $38, 280!

BenitoLink fundraiser is just under its $40K match goal with more matching funds offered.

U.S. Air Force Veteran Steven Campos. Photo by Jenny Mendolla Arbizu.


Veterans and community mark Wreaths Across America Day

Panetta and Rivas speak at Hollister’s fifth annual ceremony.


Nonpartisan news about the people who live, work, and play here

Despite a diverse population, we all need dependable information to elect our leaders and build a strong community.


BenitoLink is a place to learn

BenitoLink brings on interns from all over the county, bringing with them a variety of interests.

At the art gallery. Photo Carmel de Bertaut.

Art & Culture

Arts Council holds first event in new location

Over 100 guests attend ‘Small Works’ exhibit.


Reporters are part of San Benito County too

Teams like ours are more familiar with the geographical location, the cultural and historical background of the coverage area than reporters working for large news companies.

Photo from the parade video.


HDA hosts the 31st Annual Lights On Celebration

This year’s parade theme was 'The Most Wonderful Time of the Year.'

Photo courtesy of CASA.


12 Days of Giving Campaign Supports CASA of San Benito County

CASA Holiday Project fosters spirit of giving.


Simple information in complicated times

With the help of local nonprofits and grocery store owner Chang So, BenitoLink was able to get important information out in Spanish.


BenitoLink support reaches 20K!

Local donors push past the halfway mark in donations as BenitoLink strives for full 40K 'NewsMatch.'

Kids get exercise during a health and fitness lesson at the Emergency Pop Up Camp hosted by the YMCA of San Benito County. Photo courtesy of YMCA.

News Release

San Benito County YMCA to hold camps for kids during Thanksgiving break

Break camps will be held from Nov. 22-24.