Superintendent thanks voters for support of Measures G and U, which are funding educational and athletic facility upgrades at San Benito High School.
Stories shared from a creative writing workshop in partnership with Gavilan College.
Several large businesses support a national program that recognizes improved academic achievement over time.
Summer is a great time to enjoy different indoor and outdoor activities. But every summer, children and adults are injured or die from drowning, falls, and other summer activity-related accidents. Additional risks include heat-related illnesses.
After months of moving through the legal process, the Hollister City Council gave its stamp of approval for a medical cannabis dispensary to Monterey Bay Alternative Medicine.
The portion of Southside Road has been closed since May 30.
The new self-help housing project, known as Riverview II, will feature up to 25 homes on 4,000 square-foot lots.
Just before 7 a.m. Friday, around 15 audio speakers blasted out recorded messages that could be heard over a block away from the San Benito High School campus.
The district is one of 24 public school districts statewide being recognized for improving student achievement.
Companies who advertised that they delivered either medical and/or adult use cannabis were targeted.
Despite objections of nearby residents, the Hollister Planning Commission approved a tentative map and conditional use permit for a 12-unit development.
Assemblymember Anna M. Caballero (D-Salinas) is now accepting applications from high school students for the 2018 Young Legislators Program. The deadline to submit the electronic application is 5:00pm Monday, June 11, 2018.
The San Benito County Free Library invites all community members to participate in its annual Summer Reading Program. All events are free and in-person and online registration begins Monday, June 4.
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