As new Allendale housing development moves forward near Vista Park Hill, a homeless encampment of nearly 60 people are evicted.
Members of the public are invited to comment in writing, on or before Jan. 4, 2018 or appear in person at the hearing on Jan. 9, 2018
In a surprising move Hollister council proposed 244-unit cap for single-family homes rather than 165 units, and no limits for affordable housing and other categories.
San Juan Bautista residents speak out on cannabis
Draft long-range regional transportation plan now available for comment. Meetings allowing public comment are scheduled for January.
Hollister City Council balks at $150,000 for dog park. Residents along Bonnie View Road voice opposition to road opening, and street artist asks city to consider interactive art parks.
The congressional bill to reopen Clear Creek Management Area after being closed nearly 10 years still has a year before having to be resubmitted.
Almost 11 months after January floods, work begins repairing two breaks in levees at a cost of over $500,000 from General Fund.
Ostdick's writing provides geologic history and tells stories of the many "trail angels" he met on his cross-county trek.
The once defunct Del Webb senior home project by San Juan Oaks Golf Club is being resurrected as a Century Communities development.
A Monterey County judge is considering a ruling on an oil industry legal challenge to Measure Z, the Monterey County anti-fracking initiative.
After nearly a year of negotiations between Hollister and the Hollister School District a master agreement on the use of school facilities was adopted and will extend partnership over 20 years.
In what could be called a sequel of the Oct. 24 meeting, Hollister City Council delays making a decision on the Growth Management Program until December as three home development projects wait in the wings.
The City of Hollister's next community open house will be hosted from 7:00-9:00 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 9. The event will focus on internet services in Downtown Hollister and the community.
Half of the construction hours put into San Benito High School construction projects funded by voter-supported bond measures have been done by workers living in the tri-county area
The committee will be making a recommendation to move forward with the project at the next city council meeting.
Bryan Saba came to see the San Benito Olive Festival in 2014 and was so impressed with the area and friendly people he moved his Big Paws Olive Company here and is major sponsor of the festival.
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