Organizations pitch in to beautify downtown.
Leave this field empty if you’re human:
CHEER's efforts have cleared out tons of trash and enabled steelhead trout to return to the San Benito River after 75 years.
Frank Perez’s approach helps other instructors explore a difficult subject.
Local adventurer publishes his story of the journey.
While the pandemic has changed how the spooky holiday will be celebrated this year, there are still several events planned in the coming days.
‘Goosebumps’ and ‘Hocus Pocus’ screenings slated before Halloween.
Mothers share how distance learning has impacted their children.
A new approach brings three weeks of activities for scout troops and guests.
Caring for a parent with Alzheimer’s is an act of love and patience. One local woman shares her story.
San Benito Arts Council offers two grant programs designed to aid and support local arts organizations and cultural groups that have been negatively impacted by COVID-19.
David Baumgartner writes about the constellation he calls Aqua-Man and about hosting a Tres Pinos School class to view Saturn.
Participants learn how to design ofrendas for deceased loved ones.
With the 31st anniversary of the Loma Prieta Earthquake on Oct. 17, former city manager Bill Avera takes BenitoLink on a downtown walking tour to discuss retrofitting.
San Juan Oaks and Ridgemark see more players as people look for outdoor activity.
A local tradition refreshes their approach in light of COVID-19.
David Baumgartner writes that everything that revolves around the sun should be considered a planet.
Few indigenous families still live in San Benito County.
Stephanie Aguilar, the school's library media specialist, is getting books into the hands of students.
Students and community team up to raise funds.
This year’s festivities will take place online and in person.
Full-timers discuss how the lifestyle works for them. Increase in remote workers and distance learning families.
All outdoor dining furniture must be removed from San Benito Street prior to Oct. 26 at 5 a.m.
Portion of San Benito Street to be transformed into one-way thoroughfare.
$241 million project will occur in phases, with construction not expected to begin for several years.
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…