Judge says the ordinances that rezoned the property were not included in Measure K.
Organizer Lauretta Avina: ‘Women of my generation and younger are very lucky because a strong woman like her paved the way for us.’
Citizens group brings lawsuit claiming bias.
Attorney argues the cannery’s closure would cause ‘irreparable harm to the community’ by eliminating 450 local jobs.
Hearings delayed twice as Judge Steven Sanders steps aside over conflict; Judge Omar Rodriguez takes over the case Aug. 5.
Justices rule Homeland Security did not justify repealing Obama-era policy.
Completion of jail expansion stalled by radio equipment supply issues.
She had pleaded no contest to charges in the killing of Hollister resident Yoon Ji.
Existing group will disband Dec. 31.
Clerk window to open for filing and payments.
150 gather for nearly hour-long ceremony.
Peaceful march organized by San Benito High Alumni attracts widespread community and police support.
30 gather with signs to protest police brutality and show support for Black Lives Matter movement.
Judge Breen gives PORC 30 additional days to pursue land use referendum.
Planning that helps deal with the unexpected.
Court orders Dan De Vries to attend counseling meetings.
County and property owners will present arguments at May 19 hearing.
For a limited time, renters are protected if their inability to pay is related to COVID-19. But they’ll still be responsible for unpaid rent.
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…