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August 13, 2022

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Supervisors squash sales tax ballot measure

Citing the impact of across-the-board rising prices and economic uncertainties, the San Benito County Board of Supervisors declined to ask the voters for a...

Homelessness continues to rise near San Juan Road

Special to the Free Lance San Benito County officials and property owners continue to seek more funding to provide more services for local homeless people,...

‘White flag’ display a tribute to 67 locals who died of...

John Bocanegra—a well-known member of the Hollister community who connected countless people with employment opportunities as the manager of Infinity Staffing—would probably be alive...

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...

Guest view: County must keep standing up to bullies

We know by now that most adults who’ve refused the Covid-19 vaccine will not be budged, no matter what they’re told by science and...

County to host ‘White Flag’ tribute to locals who died with...

San Benito County officials will pay tribute to local residents who died from Covid-19 with a “White Flag” ceremony on Sept. 24. The tribute will...

County to pursue sales tax ballot measure

San Benito County officials are exploring their options to put a 1% local sales tax on an upcoming election ballot to raise revenue for...

Supervisors reject Flynn Road camp

Faced with a threat of litigation and pushback from surrounding business owners, the San Benito County Board of Supervisors on July 27 rejected a...

Supervisors reject Pride Month proclamation in San Benito

San Benito County’s Board of Supervisors declined to join their neighboring Central Coast communities in declaring June as LGBTQ+ Pride Month. The board briefly considered...

Supervisors give themselves a pay raise

San Benito County’s elected supervisors this week unanimously voted to give themselves a 68 percent pay raise. The board’s June 8 vote will give the...

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