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September 19, 2020

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Downtown Hollister car show postponed

The Hollister Downtown Association announced Sept. 11 that the annual Street Festival and Car Show was postponed to 2021.

Guest view: Essential business needs protection

The Covid-19 pandemic has created an extremely trying situation for essential businesses, which have stepped up in amazing and heroic ways to provide the goods and services that Californians rely on daily.

County starts to reopen

San Benito County is now in “Phase Two” on the road to reopening local businesses and facilities, after nearly two months of...

Business briefs: Winery approved for Cienega Road

The Damm family got the OK from the San Benito County Planning Commission on April 15 to operate a winery as well as wine and beer tasting room at 3028 Cienega Road.

Thirty years and more to come

The Hollister Downtown Association has been supporting businesses and putting on community events in the heart of downtown for thirty years. In this interview,...

Question of the Week 9/29/17

Data shows that Hollister is a bedroom community and half of the city's workers leave the county for their job. Yet, to create a...

Outdoor garden creates haven for the homeless

Plants within the fences of Garden Mart off San Benito Street sit protected in their individual pots, waiting for someone to take them home. Over...

Hollister mayor to join funded conclave to Chinese cities

Hollister Mayor Ignacio Velazquez recently announced he will attend a 10-day trip to China that is funded by a nonprofit Silicon Valley organization working to facilitate business connections.

Fernando Gonzalez: A Storekeeper’s Rise

Local entrepreneur and philanthropist Fernando Gonzalez, 66, recalled the story of his father fleeing across the border in 1914 into the U.S. to escape the seemingly endless Mexican Revolution, as his brother, who was just 15, returned to fight.

Corporate buy-sell agreements: What are they and do I need one?

I am often asked to help clients prepare the bylaws for their corporation after they have filed the articles of incorporation, obtained an employer identification number and opened the bank account. The discussion usually is directed toward maintaining control of the corporation; how can the client prevent other stockholders from selling or transferring their shares in the corporation to others in the future? Although it is possible to address this issue in the bylaws, the more appropriate vehicle for stock sale restrictions is a buy-sell agreement.