Two San Benito County residents die of flu, adding to widespread epidemic throughout California and 45 other states.
The annual measures are put in place to protect nesting raptors. Restrictions for climbing in Pinnacles National Park begin Jan. 16.
The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) has announced an increase in the number of new valley fever cases. Three cases occurred in San Benito County.
Pinnacles National Park is hiring youth for a Trails Internship, a Habitat Restoration Internship, and Ranger Corps positions.
Arts Council now accepting applications for annual art tour weekend
Klauer was too close for comfort for group filing complaint with Fair Political Practices Commission
Narrowing nominees down from 18, a panel of previous recipients chose Frankie Gallagher and Jim Hart as San Benito County Chamber of Commerce Man and Woman of the Year.
The Nomination Period for the June 2018 election is February 12 through March 9.
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.
The entrance fee days are in the month of January, April, September, and November.
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...
Judge's decision on Monterey Co.'s Measure Z says existing state and federal laws pre-empt county vote
Drivers passing through the checkpoint will be checked for impairment and arrested if determined to be under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs.
Thanks to you, BenitoLink reached its full match goal of $38,000! Donations of all sizes have come in, making it the most successful Pledge of Champions campaign yet.
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.