Hollister United Methodist Church offers a time for quiet reflection.
This year’s parade theme was 'The Most Wonderful Time of the Year.'
On their own, former slaves and workers move to Hollister to restart their lives.
Water-efficient gardens, such as the one at Dunne Park, are encouraged during drought.
Abbacchio alla cacciatora has been a part of their holiday celebrations for 10 years.
They took photographs to express their feelings during and after lockdown.
They also participate in Hollister’s first Veterans Honor Walk.
Rotary Clubs provide money and labor to add beauty to the grounds.
They bring a sign of normalcy and hope for the small tourist town.
Fruits, Michael Myers and characters from the Wizard of Oz invade downtown Hollister.
Hollister’s Enterprise Academy of Martial Arts raises funds for the Community Food Bank of San Benito County.
The U10 Vikings are eliminated after a tough loss to the East Bay Warriors.
David Baumgartner writes that Venus, Pluto, Saturn, Jupiter, Neptune and Uranus are viewable this month.
Memory book supplies will be available at tables curbside for those who want to share their gratitude, favorite memory, anecdote, and/or photo to help create a memory book for the family of each honoree.
Amateur Radio Operators from San Benito, Monterey, Santa Cruz, and Santa Clara counties provide a key bridge in communications for the Life Time Sea Otter Classic.
The array of San Benito's unique grape varieties are showcased in their Comanche and Dog & Pony wines.
Various high school clubs, the football team and cheerleaders displayed their school spirit.
El Teatro Campesino continues exploring the possibilities of virtual theater.