The San Benito County Chamber of Commerce, Business Council and Hispanic Chamber of the Central Coast are collaborating to host a reception October 18 for the business community to engage candidates for local offices in the November mid-term elections.
Following the June elections, Gregory LaForge and Omar Rodriguez continue on to the November ballot.
Two candidates are running in November.
Shelby O'Neil, adding to her growing list of honors for her environmental efforts, was one of 10 young women named a National Gold Award Girl Scout this year.
Community supported, online nonprofit news organization celebrates another year of growth and its establishment in the community as a trusted news source.
Community invited to an opening reception of Explorations: Creative Work by the Aromas Hills Artisans at the ARTspace Annex.
City Manager expects all issues to be remedied by December.
Two seats up on the community college board that serves Santa Clara County and San Benito County.
Oct. 4 incident occurred near railroad tracks by cannery.
Youth Alliance joins BenitoLink and San Benito County Farm Bureau, adding youth perspective and helpful services to upcoming election forums.
Local activists are working with mission and state park to increase indigenous narrative.
Rural hospitals are struggling nationwide because of declining insurance reimbursements. Some familiar with HHMH wonder if this is the problem, while others believe management decisions resulted in the hospital’s current state.
Five candidates campaign for three seats.
Public Health Services urges residents to get the vaccine ahead of the arrival of influenza season.
First session for new District 1 councilwoman is Oct. 15.
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