Residents turned out at a recent San Benito County Board of Supervisors meeting to encourage them to move forward on a cannabis growing ordinance as quickly as possible after the passage of Measure C.
After months of moving through the legal process, the Hollister City Council gave its stamp of approval for a medical cannabis dispensary to Monterey Bay Alternative Medicine.
Mary Lou Andrade endorses candidate Melinda Casillas for June 5, 2018 primary election.
Despite objections of nearby residents, the Hollister Planning Commission approved a tentative map and conditional use permit for a 12-unit development.
Assemblymember Anna M. Caballero (D-Salinas) is now accepting applications from high school students for the 2018 Young Legislators Program. The deadline to submit the electronic application is 5:00pm Monday, June 11, 2018.
Two mailers against Robert Rivas are making the rounds thanks to Coalition to Restore California's Middle Class, paid for by the oil lobby including Chevron, Phillips 66, and Valero Energy.
There are complex reasons for our problems and there are solutions, but there are no silver bullets.
The San Benito County Farm Bureau hosted an election forum for south county residents to hear from county candidates on May 17.
The purpose of the forum is to build more awareness of San Benito County’s housing efforts and MBEP’s housing initiative aimed at increasing housing supply across our region that addresses all income levels.
Three members of the Hollister City Council didn't move forward with a vote to award San Benito County Chamber of Commerce $78,000 annually for five years to fund tourism marketing.
Teachers demonstrated on street corners in Hollister to let the community know that they have not been able to come to an agreement with the Hollister School District over pay.
Your voice will matter to Robert Rivas. I know firsthand, it's truly his character to listen and consider all sides. He will be unrelenting in his work to represent Assembly District 30.
Last December, San Benito County hired lobbyist Kim Stone at $10,000 a month. The monthly retainer was later renegotiated down to $8,000. It's still a case of wait-and-see on how successful she may be in diverting state monies to the county.
Considering how they chased the big money in Santa Clara County at the expense of San Benito County, Gavilan gets an F in Social Justice.
The County of San Benito filed a lawsuit against opioid manufacturers and distributors for creating the opioid epidemic in San Benito County, joining a consortium of 30 California counties to do so.
Supervisor Botelho needs to put some originality into his role as attack-dog. This shtick is worn out.
See the candidates respond to questions and make up your own mind for the upcoming election. The BenitoLink-Farm Bureau Forum is broken up in shorter segments for the contests on the June 5 Primary Election.
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