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September 18, 2021

Balers’ defense shines in 38-0 win over Alisal

Through the first four games of the season, San Benito High’s defense has stood tall. The Haybalers pitched their second shutout with a 38-0...

County receives $750K from state budget for regional park

State and San Benito County officials this week celebrated the acquisition of $750,000 in the state budget to support development of the Riverview Regional...

San Benito girls golf team a program on the rise

Now in her sixth season as the coach of the San Benito High girls golf team, Molly Orsetti is more excited than ever. The...

Balers top Christopher in titanic defensive battle

If the San Benito High football team came to Don Christopher Stadium on Sept. 10 expecting to roll to victory, Christopher High had other...

Police: Man killed in Gilroy shootout led officers to location

Gilroy Police identified the man killed in a Sept. 8 shootout with an officer as David Lopez, who was a suspect in an Aug....

Man brandishing weapons arrested after standoff

Following an hours-long standoff, police arrested a man who was brandishing weapons and threatening to hurt himself outside a vacant store in Hollister, authorities...

Savage Designs awarded top small business in the county

Shannon Imbronone started designing custom made apparel in her own garage a little more than five years ago.  The business slowly started picking up and...

Gilroy Police investigate officer-involved shooting

UPDATE 12:50pm: A man who exchanged gunfire with police early Wednesday morning died at a trauma center after being struck by “at least” one bullet,...

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The Hollister City Council is getting closer to scrapping its new flag pole display policy as frustration grows over the cumbersome and “complicated” process for approving each commemorative flag that flies over City Hall, according to city officials. At the Sept. 7 council meeting, Vice Mayor Rolan Resendiz suggested the...

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