San Juan Bautista
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.
The San Juan Bautista City Council is considering placing a cannabis tax measure before voters in November. Council members will review a draft cannabis ordinance on April 4 at 2 p.m.
Native Daughters of the Golden West Parlor No. 179 of San Juan Bautista focuses on the preservation of their 178 year old adobe that so much reflects the atmosphere of early times in San Juan. Funded by a generous grant from the Community Foundation .
Ukuleles took center stage in San Juan Bautista at clinic and concert.
Lolla is San Juan Bautista's newest eatery.
Page won the Rotary Club of Hollister's annual Richard D. King Youth Speech Contest on January 29 before going on to represent Hollister Rotary at the Area 6 level contest hosted by the Rotary Club of Almaden Valley.
Neighbors voice concern over Rancho Vista. The 85-unit development won't have homes until city's water situation resolved.
A hearing to remove San Juan Bautista Planning Commission chair John Hopper was again delayed.
Historic San Juan Bautista adobe receives makeover.
San Juan Bautista Strategic Planning Committee develops plans for city's future.
Financial assistance for memberships, summer camp, diabetes prevention, summer camp and more supported through donations to the Annual Campaign
Pinnacles National Park is seeking local youth interns of ages 18 - 35 for a paid position on weekends/holidays this Spring!
Jon Mansmith, founder of Mansmith's BBQ Sauce and Gourmet Spices, recalls simpler, happier time, growing up in San Juan Bautista
The Aromas-San Juan Unified School district is in good shape, but there's plenty of room for improvement.
San Juan Bautista begins search for permanent city manager.
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