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August 3, 2020

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San Benito Foods takes City of Hollister to court

The feud between San Benito Foods and the City of Hollister may have to be settled in court as the tomato cannery...

Eckert’s position as Hollister city manager gets shakier each day

Within days after the Hollister City Council backtracked on a commitment to hire Paul Eckert as its new city manager—hiring him instead...

Hollister council names interim manager

Faced with public outcry over revelations of the settlement of an Iowa sexual harassment lawsuit against its choice for a new city...

Community Foundation lawsuit goes to trial

The lawsuit filed by the Community Foundation for San Benito County against the president of the San Benito County Board of Education, Mitchell Dabo,...

Boy band dispute still in court

Tres Pinos band hopes for response next month

Update: MHUSD wins lawsuit over Cinco de Mayo T-shirt incident

A decision was reached in favor of the Morgan Hill Unified School District and administrators in the civil rights lawsuit against the district and two former Live Oak High School administrators over the American T-shirt controversy from Cinco de Mayo 2010, said Alyson Cabrera, the lawyer representing MHUSD and former Principal Nick Boden and former Assistant Principal Miguel Rodriguez. The decision was reached Tuesday afternoon.

Decision reached in favor of school district in Cinco de Mayo...

A decision was reached in favor of the Morgan Hill Unified School District and administrators in the civil rights lawsuit against the district and two former Live Oak High School administrators over the American T-shirt controversy from Cinco de Mayo, 2010, said Alyson Cabrera, the lawyer representing MHUSD and former Principal Nick Boden and former Assistant Principal Miguel Rodriguez. The decision was released Tuesday afternoon.