As Judge Tobias gets ready for retirement, four new candidates are vying for the position of Judge of the Superior Court in San Benito County.
Hollister, San Juan Bautista, and county enter into exclusive negotiations with Recology for $100 million contract. Only Hollister includes GreenWaste Recovery as backup if negotiations fail.
City council members held a public hearing on a proposed cannabis ordinance. The implementation of the ordinance is contingent upon a citywide tax gaining voter approval in November.
When Supervisor Jerry Muenzer mentioned a possible building moratorium, there was pushback from Supervisor Mark Medina and others at the danger of just mentioning the word.
BenitoLink and Farm Bureau seeking questions from the community for the local June Primary Election Forums being held May 3.
It has taken eight years, and the PV2 solar project is nearly a third of original design, but tax monies are finally beginning to come to San Benito County.
“We don’t have the staff” is not a management strategy, it’s the road to nowhere.
As county supervisors try to figure out how to recruit and retain employees, former county Analyst Louie Valdez said leadership is non-existent and board should hire new leadership.
Incumbent Supervisor Jerry Muenzer is being challenged by four residents who think they can do a better job at curbing growth and fixing roads.
At least two dozen motorcycle rally supporters tried to pressure Police Chief David Westrick to call outside law enforcement to cover rally, as Mayor Velazquez and Councilman Friend tell supporters to convince other councilmembers to change their votes.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Watsonville's Pajaro Valley Cesar Chavez Democratic Club chooses local Supervisor for state Assembly
Ignacio Velazquez is playing a dangerous, win at all costs, political game on peripheral issues and the risks far outweigh the possible rewards.
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