The Economic Development Subsidy for hotels will benefit the already completed Fairfield Inn & Suites by providing an annual rebate of 70 percent of TOT for 10 years, with a $2 million cap.
The district has announced that the June 8 ceremony will be held on campus, rather than at Rabobank Stadium in Salinas, after a potential delay in the campus construction schedule has made the area near the practice soccer fields available
Community Foundation rejects categorically claims it acted improperly or colluded with former club officials to take nearly $200,000 bequeathed to Southside School kids and tie it up forever in an irrevocable endowment fund
As murder case moves toward possible trial, Korean interpreter claimed she overheard conversation in which South Korean citizen Jung Choi told attorney that Ji had confessed to killing his wife.
As new Allendale housing development moves forward near Vista Park Hill, a homeless encampment of nearly 60 people are evicted.
With gas tax hikes being recent history, California voters are only months away from a possible repeal. Meet the candidates face-to-face to learn their visions California’s future.
SBSC Hosting a Talent Show with prizes.
Pinnacles National Park is hiring youth for a Trails Internship, a Habitat Restoration Internship, and Ranger Corps positions.
Klauer was too close for comfort for group filing complaint with Fair Political Practices Commission
A new owner is taking over Johnny's Bar & Grill in Hollister, but it will still be a biker bar and popular local watering hole.
The state agency is investigating Klauer for possible conflicts of interest involving the city's cannabis ordinance and real estate deals that may have benefited his father and a co-worker.
Sidelined at 16 by a serious concussion on the eve of his senior season, former Haybaler tight end Eric Kraul struggles with medical issues that could last a lifetime—and now questions whether the system should have done more to protect him...
According to a Clearinghouse study provided by San Benito High School, nearly three out of four recent SBHS grads enrolled in college at some point during the first year after high school, with that number climbing to 80 percent two years out
After agreeing not to cultivate marijuana in its building at 807 Industrial Drive, Hollister City Council approved a resolution to allow Euphoric Life Inc. to manufacturer and distribute medical delivery systems outside the county.
Self-taught, Patricia "Tricia" Harvey has taken her murals from children's bedrooms and nursing homes to trade shows in New York and Los Angeles.
Kinship has opened up an office in downtown Hollister. Families can now get the training and support to become a foster or adoptive family, locally.
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