A once-forgotten tale of Old San Juan Bautista emerges from the shadows.
City consultant comes up with solutions to address hard water, aging wastewater treatment plant and other problems.
Currently, no one has qualified to run for city treasurer or city clerk.
City is applying for funding through a block grant program.
He previously held seats on San Juan and San Benito County Planning Commissions.
Owners speak about outdoor dining on the main thoroughfare.
District 2 Supervisor candidate Wayne Norton writes about staying focused on attracting local jobs and rebuilding the economy rather than the politics of fear.
Money can be used toward rental assistance for low and moderate income residents impacted by COVID-19 to prevent eviction.
A San Juan Bautista fixture finds peace after struggling with PTSD and COVID-19.
Newest state guidelines allow hair salons and barbershops to serve clients on the sidewalk.
Akira Boch’s ‘Masters of Modern Design’ focuses on five Japanese American artists, their experiences during WWII and the impact it had on their work.
Creator Rider McDowell responds to questions about the project off Highway 101.
The ill-fated ‘pellet plant’ was supposed to provide the city with abundant soft water.
Work taking place from Pajaro River Bridge to the interchange of Highway 101 and State Route 129.
Committee to provide oversight for the school district's Measure M Facilities Bond program.
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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