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September 18, 2020

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County school board elections shifted

A new state law is moving the date of the election of San Benito County’s Board of Education trustees from June to November, county...

Long list of trust records not given up

As San Benito County District Attorney Candice Hooper considers whether to charge Mitchell Dabo with crimes in connection with his transfer of funds out...

Dabo steps down as president, keeps seat

Mitchell Dabo revealed this week he would not seek election to a third one-year term as president of the San Benito County Board of...

Council certifies 400 block petition

City leaders certified the petition to reconsider development of the vacant 400 block of San Benito Street on Monday. No decision was made on...

400 block petition to go before council

City leaders Tuesday inched closer to deciding the fate of the vacant 400 block in downtown Hollister. In closed session at the Hollister City...

City to sell cornerstone downtown space

Locals won’t see a movie in the park on the 400 block of downtown anymore, but they might get a bite to eat. Council members...

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.

Local students treated to shopping spree at Target

On Saturday morning, 50 students from Hollister received a back-to-school shopping spree at Target.

New endowment focuses on Latino needs

The Community Foundation for San Benito County launched a new endowment that is focused on serving the local Latino community on July 30. The Latino Generations Endowment is the focus of the Latino Advisory Committee, a charter of the Community Foundation.

Middle schoolers get a taste of college life

In June, 19 San Benito girls who will start as freshman in the fall got their first look at what the future can hold for them when they attended a summer camp at California State University, Monterey Bay.