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.
Two seats up on the community college board that serves Santa Clara County and San Benito County.
Rainbow flag will be raised at Gilroy campus for first time.
No official partnership after months of negotiations leaves San Benito County's only hospital searching for another collaborator.
Godfather of wine Gustavo Brambila is expected to attend this year's event.
Fundraiser supports scholarships to college-bound foster and adopted youth.
Check out photos from Day Two of the music festival held at San Benito County Historical Park.
Some races not on ballot due to lack of necessary number of candidates.
Youth Alliance is hosting the annual Change Makers event on Saturday, September 22, 2018 at the Willey Cultural Center in downtown Gilroy beginning at 4:00pm. There will be entertainment, auctions, wine tastings, and a celebration of Change Makers.
The results are expected to be presented for adoption at the July 24 San Benito County Board of Supervisors meeting.
The heat advisory is in place for most of the inland Greater San Francisco Bay Area, inland Monterey County, and inland San Benito County.
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.
The San Benito County Farm Bureau hosted an election forum for south county residents to hear from county candidates on May 17.
Your voice will matter to Robert Rivas. I know firsthand, it's truly his character to listen and consider all sides. He will be unrelenting in his work to represent Assembly District 30.
June 7 complimentary lunch event is designed to hear from manufacturers and connect them to resources for profitable growth. The event is offered at no cost to manufacturers and will be held from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. at San Juan Oaks.