Children and Youth
Friends of the SBC Free Library celebrated 37 years of serving the library by presenting Marty Richman plaques in recognition of his support and announcing children writing contest winners.
The A.R. Wilson Quarry in Aromas held Rock and Run to raise money for Aromas School and an opportunity for folks to learn about the quarry.
The next public hearing will be held on Oct. 24.
Perales was sentenced for an incident which occurred in October 2016. He resigned from his position as San Benito High School Superintendent in January 2017.
30 Years of Advocacy and Commitment
Continued improvement and outpacing of the state in many categories are encouraging signs, as the district works to give students the most options upon graduation
It makes sense to have a consolidated recreational facility master plan that serves all county residents
BenitoLink, San Benito County’s nonprofit news, is one of 25 lucky grant recipients recently announced by the United Way of San Benito County.
The San Benito County Fair theme for 2017 was “Lettuce Celebrate”, and hundreds did just that in the fair grandstand. Events delivered the guts, glory and drama of motocross, quad and tractor pull action for an audience of hundreds.
Youngsters who participate in 4-H and FFA learn the responsibility of caring for living creatures and building character while planning for college.
The draft maps can also be found on the SBHS website. The next public hearing will be held on Tuesday Oct.10.
New 4-H member James Breen learns life lessons through the help of family friends the Wrights, while getting ready for to show for the first time at the upcoming county fair.
The Gavilan College Board of Trustees announced the 2017 Community Spirit Award winners for Morgan Hill, Gilroy and San Benito County.
The road closure is designed to improve safety on the 3,000 student campus and create a bypass for vehicles
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