Fundraiser supports scholarships to college-bound foster and adopted youth.
Biotech company aims to hire five to 10 interns each summer.
Two free, public forums are scheduled for Oct. 11 and Oct. 18 in Hollister.
“A fool and his money are soon parted.” – English proverb
If voters pass the new business license tax in November, it is expected to raise $453,600 annually.
Community choice energy agency makes long-term wind energy investment.
Expected to raise hundreds of millions to fund local roads and widening Highway 25.
Grant allows San Benito County Water District and its partners to move forward with planning for critical water supply expansion.
Pavement project will improve two interchanges in 4.5 lane miles, providing a safer and smoother commute for motorists.
SJB approved final phases in development after hours of discussion on outstanding items. City manager is working with residents and developer to resolve issues of concern.
Supervisors discussed and approved 72 line items that added up to more than $230.9 million to continue operating the county.
New CEO works toward collaboration and increasing foot traffic in San Benito County.
National Home Ownership Month is a time for the real estate industry to celebrate and promote the American dream of owning a home.
New CEO Candace Ledesma started in her new position June 25, 2018 and the announcement came June 29.
As one CSA accuses county of incompetence and threatens law suit, Supervisor Mark Medina says county is taking CSA monies and not providing services neighborhoods have paid for.
The COG board will meet on July 19 and make a final decision as to whether or not to ask the San Benito County Board of Supervisors to place a transportation sales tax measure on the November 6 ballot.
Once the state attorney general found that the referendum did not qualify to be on the November ballot, the way was cleared for the city to repeal it and move forward with the 400 block project.
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