Because of the changing healthcare landscape in California, Hazel Hawkins and other rural hospitals are threatened with closing as expenses surpass revenues.
Join the San Benito County Arts Council for a free community performance of Red Altar, a multi-media show about immigration, migration, and the founding of the fishing industry in Monterey.
San Benito High School will receive a banner recognizing it as a "Unified Champion School" for providing an inclusive environment for students of all abilities
As Judge Tobias gets ready for retirement, four new candidates are vying for the position of Judge of the Superior Court in San Benito County.
The San Benito County CattleWomen’s Association held their 2nd Annual Moooooovie Night on March 28, 2018 at Premiere Cinemas in Hollister.
AAA estimates that a first-time DUI conviction can cost a motorist more than $10,000 in fines, penalties, legal fees and increased insurance costs. Tipsy Tow is available April 20 and 21 in
An early morning fire on April 14 at a residence in the city of Hollister prompted a response from the city's Fire Department, an assist from CalFire personnel, and support from the American Red Cross.
Hollister, San Juan Bautista, and county enter into exclusive negotiations with Recology for $100 million contract. Only Hollister includes GreenWaste Recovery as backup if negotiations fail.
City council members held a public hearing on a proposed cannabis ordinance. The implementation of the ordinance is contingent upon a citywide tax gaining voter approval in November.
When Supervisor Jerry Muenzer mentioned a possible building moratorium, there was pushback from Supervisor Mark Medina and others at the danger of just mentioning the word.
Lessons begin Saturday, April 21. The first four classes are free.
BenitoLink and Farm Bureau seeking questions from the community for the local June Primary Election Forums being held May 3.
Red Cross seeks volunteers to help install smoke alarms during Sound the Alarm events in Central Coast
The Central Coast Chapter of the American Red Cross is seeking people to volunteer their time at one or more of its local Sound the Alarm home fire safety and smoke alarm installation events planned for this spring.
Pinnacles National Park will increase entrance fees to address infrastructure needs and improve visitor experience
It has taken eight years, and the PV2 solar project is nearly a third of original design, but tax monies are finally beginning to come to San Benito County.
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