The city has a $1.6 million deficit compared to last fiscal year.
Resident Bill Lee writes about how all the pieces of the local economy—sales tax, housing, people, jobs, etc.—fit together.
Hollister Councilman Marty Richman says good service-providing jobs are an economic necessity.
For those whose skills are in-demand and who can take the grind of the daily commute the motivation is simple – more jobs and higher pay.
Fracking is good business...for the oil companies.
Local retailer scheduled to close this month as part of the company’s plan to shut down as many as two hundred twenty five stores by next year.