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December 9, 2023

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County celebrates groundbreaking for regional park

San Benito County officials, legislative representatives and local parks and recreation enthusiasts celebrated more than a decade of collaboration and the development of a...

County to host outreach meetings for Regional Park

Residents will have a chance to provide input on the design and development of the new Riverview Regional Park, which has been in the...

San Benito High celebrates CTE building

The San Benito High School District on Tuesday, Nov. 7 held a ceremonial grand opening for the new, 38,380-square-foot Career Technical Education (CTE) building...

Former SBHS chief sentenced for gun violation

Former San Benito High School Superintendent John Perales was sentenced to two years of court probation earlier this month for brandishing a gun at...

Aquatic ambitions make waves

It’s been a wet year in San Benito County, but now a potential community aquatic center is making a splash around town. Local nonprofit Hollister...

SBHS graduates step toward future

San Benito High School students marched across the grass in red and white gowns as they prepared to cross a stage, pick up diplomas and begin a new chapter of life.

Updated: Senior trip canceled due to widespread illness

The San Benito High School senior trip to Disneyland has been canceled after a widespread outbreak of illness, according to the high school district. There...

Summer swim at SBHS pool canceled again

Hollister Parks & Recreation has canceled its second consecutive summer of water programs, according to an employee of the department.

SBHS board violates meetings law with closed session on top official

The San Benito High School superintendent and five trustees gathered at a special workshop Saturday morning to discuss a breakdown of trust and communication among officials, but violated the state open meetings law by following it with a closed session that had been absent from the agenda until that morning.

Community Board: Betrayed by the bond

It isn’t a big surprise that San Benito High School District officials are broaching the potential for a second facilities bond. That's because the first one approved in 2014 covered about half of the district’s mega-campus “modernization” master plan that includes more than $80 million in projects that could be funded by the bond and general fund—with about $20 million of it slated for sports-related expenses.