The funds are to be used to support the health, safety and resiliency of Central Coast communities through the arts.
California based, international artists have been selected to install two public art projects in San Benito County as part of the Clean California.
Several hope the road is fixed sooner than later.
The 150 Years Gala was the culmination of a series of events organized by the City of Hollister’s 150 Year Committee.
For the sake of new residents Jennifer Coile shares tips for finding information about community activities.
Residents gather in front of the Veterans Memorial Building.
The painted zig-zag lines stir widespread reaction.
An unnamed female city employee claims Brett Miller has a history of harassment and intimidation against her and three other employees.
Trustees are expected to change the school’s name to Hollister High School.
Councilman Rick Perez says if the measure were passed only the rich could run for office.
Nik writes that Hollister needs a multi-pronged, creative strategy to lure more higher education resources to the county.
A sold-out crowd enjoys samples from 23 wineries and breweries.
With the conversation centered on increasing the stipend to $800, council members fail to discuss benefits they receive from the city.
City Manager Brett Miller says there are too many government job openings and too few people to fill them.
Nik Dholakia writes that a balance between growth and maintaining the county rural needs to be achieved.