Several car processions to take place to celebrate students and their families.
Customers at Una Mas Saloon were reportedly shoulder-to-shoulder on Memorial Day, but owner says that’s false.
Donations pile high at San Juan and Hollister fire stations.
SBC Supervisor candidate Wayne Norton writes about proposed development at Betabel.
Local restaurants continue serving as stay-at-home order goes on.
Betabel Project creator Rider McDowell writes about progress made in treating medulloblastoma, a form of pediatric brain cancer.
Program will run at least six months to help local merchants.
Students can access remote learning content while maintaining social distancing.
Former principal Charlene McKowen assembles boxes of produce grown on campus.
Main thoroughfare could become a temporary one-way street, allowing restaurants and businesses to use curbside space.
Working in accord with state rules, City Council discusses expanding outdoor dining, waiving business license fees, and orders the post office lobby open 24/7.
Court orders Dan De Vries to attend counseling meetings.
Over 100 households in the district do not have internet access at home.
Anticipating the shutdown helped smooth the transition to remote learning.
Community wellness program asks locals to put cards in their windows—yellow if okay and red if they need non-emergency assistance.
Survey examines three choices for travel between Hollister and Gilroy.
Project aims to create autonomous vehicle testing facility in San Benito County.
Construction will include converting an inside shoulder to create space for an auxiliary lane.
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