Linda Lampe has been helping the homeless in San Benito County for over 20 years, and her nonprofit Our Father's House gives them a place to find compassion and a way out of homelessness.
The board decided to go with the "Blue" trustee boundary map.
County Planning Commission adds $1 million to amended first agreement with solar company to "heal community"
Pat Loe, who was a supervisor when original Panoche Valley Solar Project was approved, now, as a planning commissioner, wants $1 million to be paid to Community Foundation as endowment for nonprofits.
After considering bids to repair levees, Chapin Construction chosen to do the job for $625,000. Supervisor Jaime De La Cruz warns that he will not support any more cost.
Located in South County, the Panoche Inn is a popular destination for locals and people driving through the Panoche Valley
After a two hour trial, San Benito County Superior Judge Marjorie Laird Carter ruled against Dabo
Annual Campaign Makes Meaningful Impact
Remember the veterans everyday
Korean War Veterans and Hollister residents, Dolly DeVasier and Richard Castro, will serve as this year's grand marshals in the 16th Annual San Benito County Veterans Day Parade on Saturday, Nov. 11
Gavilan Student Veterans of America honor fellow veterans and the flag during Changing of the Colors Ceremony Nov. 9.
The San Benito Stage company teen cast gives a great comedic performance of star crossed lovers while singing songs inspired by and featuring the songs of Elvis Presley.
Updated Information: Hollister Police Department identify victim of possible hit and run as Kathy Haro, 56. HPD requests information on the incident which occurred approx. 9:30 p.m. Nov. 9 on Highway 25 at Meridian in Hollister
The building was constructed using funds from a voter-approved bond measure, one of two that are paying for campus upgrades over the next few years
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