With over $600,000 in selective reserve accounts and after years of heated debate, county service areas get long-awaited maintenance work.
A statewide initiative to change portions of three crime-related laws is picking up steam in the local region.
As he kicks off a round of meet & greets in his campaign for a San Benito County Board of Supervisors seat, the retired Gilroy Police Capt. says what’s alleged never happened…
The San Benito County Business Council discussed growth and its support for the temporary growth management plan, as well as the Roberts Ranch project.
Local businessman will fill council seat vacated by Roy Sims, and will serve the 18 months remaining on the term
Hollister City Council held public interviews of 9 candidates
The Rajkovich family continues a farming tradition that started in 1958 off Highway 25