Carlos Sanchez was arrested on multiple theft, drug and possession of stolen property charges
Proceeds from the event will go towards raising community awareness and to supplement the program’s needs.
The San Benito County Registrar of Voters completely redesigned voter materials, hoping to resolve confusion while providing security and encouraging more residents to come to the polls and vote this election season.
After choosing from an á la carte menu of options for the renovation of long-neglected McCarthy Park, the total came to almost $2.4 million.
Pinnacles Gateway Partners meeting discussed ways to promote gateway communities surrounding the park.
Three locals, Patricia Loe, Peter D. Hernandez, Jr., and Richard A. Perez, Sr., step up to run for the District 3 supervisorial seat vacated by Robert Rivas, as he runs for state assembly.
For Vietnam veteran Berto San Roman, luck has always been on his side
Annual Easter Egg Hunt participants are reminded to arrive early. The event is hosted by VFW Post 9242 and Auxillary will be at Veterans Memorial Park
Hollister City Council unanimously approves resolution to move forward with bids to begin repairing downtown roads. SB-1 will fund $1.7 million of $3.3 million cost.
Supervisors approve reimbursement agreement to recoup staff costs in working on development that, if it continues to move forward, could result in thousands of homes along Highway 25.
Students at San Benito High School discuss school safety through a Youth Alliance forum. Among topics discussed were mental health and the school resources available for struggling students.
Event at San Benito High School brought together law enforcement and educators from around the county
Kinship Center celebrated its new office in Hollister with a Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting on March 20. The office is here to provide training, education, counseling, and hands-on support to foster and adoptive families.
The project is designed to educate and remind motorists, parents, and students of the importance of school bus pedestrian safety.
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