City consultant comes up with solutions to address hard water, aging wastewater treatment plant and other problems.
'Operation Green during COVID-19' to offer strategies for a safe environment and increased profits during crisis.
Central California District encompasses roughly 2.2 million acres of public lands.
Ag Businesses Can Reduce Local GHG Emissions, Improve Air Quality and Operating Costs along the Central Coast.
Resident Ken Perez seeks volunteers to assist with picking up garbage in city parks and on sidewalks.
Free presentation to cover infrastructure, length of time to charge and more.
Hearings delayed twice as Judge Steven Sanders steps aside over conflict; Judge Omar Rodriguez takes over the case Aug. 5.
Video topics include rangeland ecology and management, botany, ranch economics, wildlife, and more.
2019 EPA inspection identified 11 areas of concern and described the facility as ‘aging’ and in ‘significant noncompliance.’
Program aims to help residents and businesses learn more about what not to put in the recycling cart.
If signed into law, the act would work to ensure the protection and preservation of public lands.
Eight search warrants served spanning 12 parcels.
The ill-fated ‘pellet plant’ was supposed to provide the city with abundant soft water.
City facing substantial fine for its continued inability to process large amounts of pollutants discharged into the Pajaro River, which then enter waterways that empty into Monterey Bay.
One-hour workshop will also provide updates on two grants.
Shawn Novack writes that to have enough water in the future, we must avoid wasting water in our homes and gardens today.
Plant blooms bright yellow flowers that open at night.
Campground remains open for visitors with existing reservations.
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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