Stories shared from a creative writing workshop in partnership with Gavilan College.
With around 200-250 people attending Saturday's event, Vertigo Coffee Roasters "Rose Moon Pop-up Art Show" created culture and a sense of connection for all involved
Members of the nonprofit Hollister Airmen's Association are the "caretakers of the airport," who have volunteered to promote aviation and the importance of the airport for 72 years.
With about 500 people in attendance at the Youth Alliance's first ever Festival de la Familia, San Benito County residents were able to enjoy music, art, and family-oriented activities at Dunne Park.
Wanting to give customers the opportunity to taste featured olive oils while taking in views of San Benito County, the Big Paw Olive Oil Company will host a roadside stand the first Saturday every month through October.
This great collection, created by local author Jim Ostdick is ultimately a thorough tour that gets you all around San Benito County.
House of Sueños is a nonprofit organization based in Hollister that works with single mothers to break the cycle of abuse and empower them for the future.
Championing the core values of healthy living, respect, social responsibility, and youth development, the YMCA of San Benito County gives kids a safe, fun environment to go for the summer.
The 34th Annual California Indian Market and Peace Dance took place in San Juan Bautista last weekend alongside the rib cook-off.
Started in 1995 as a small organization run by volunteers to support youth in the community, the Youth Alliance now provides services to over 6,500 children, youth, and families each year.
Six incredible young women have been selected by the Women's Club of Hollister Scholarship Committee to receive financial awards for furthering their educational goals after high school.
Wanting to combine her love of barrel racing and supporting animals in need, Susan Pieterouiski organized the inaugural event Race for the Rescues to support local nonprofit animal rescues.
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