Hollister Police and city code enforcement officers cited 34 people on suspicion of illegal fireworks violations July 4. The police department also received hundreds...
Hollister Police will dedicate extra police to patrol for illegal fireworks on the evening of July 4, and promise that anyone caught igniting illegal...
From handheld sprinklers to a spectacular fireworks display at the Hollister Municipal Airport, Hollister residents are in for a treat this Independence Day. Festivities...
The city's sanctioned July 4 fireworks show is moving from Maze Middle School to the airport.
San Benito County prosecutors this week charged Hollister resident Shawn G. Bourdet on suspicion of felony counts alleging he caused injuries to a child in the July 4 fireworks incident on Brigantino Drive.
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Hollister police Sunday identified Shawn G. Bourdet as the suspect arrested after Saturday night's illegal fireworks incident that resulted in injuries to five children, one in critical condition.
Gilroy residents eager to blow stuff up for a good cause flooded fireworks sales booths on Sunday, the first day of fireworks sales in the city, giving some of the 16 nonprofits licensed to sell fireworks high hopes for exploding profits during their short, four-day sales season.
It’s that time of year to bust out the barbecues and the bathing suits if you haven’t already, relax with friends and family, and kick back to some fireworks while taking a moment to be thankful for the freedoms you have in America.