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October 27, 2020

Colorful collars: Local family’s newly created home-based business is growing

Life has gotten stale over the past five months since the shelter-in-place order went into effect. Everyone has binge-watched...

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Bill’s Bullpen Baseball Cards and Comics shop has been in the same spot in downtown Hollister for the past 34 years. Photos...

Amazon buys Gilroy ag land

Tech giant Amazon purchased 66 acres of farmland in Gilroy under its data services subsidiary, according to property records filed Aug. 14.

Food & Drink: A ‘pour’ decision

A trio of friends were sitting around one day, toying with the idea of opening a tap room and coming up with...

Christopher Ranch employee tests positive for Covid-19

Garlic production temporarily shut down in one building at Christopher Ranch after an employee tested positive for Covid-19 at the end of...

Garlic production kicks off, alleviates nationwide shortage

Garlic is back. For now, at least. Christopher Ranch in Gilroy announced that its garlic harvest season kicked off...

County set to reopen more business

San Benito County Interim Public Health Officer Dr. David Ghilarducci June 9 announced that more sectors of the county will reopen by...

Barbershops, hair salons allowed to reopen with restrictions

San Benito County moved forward with opening hair salons and barbershops as the county qualified for the local variance for the expansion...

Bella Vista Ranch expands schedule

By Tarmo Hannula Bella Vista Ranch of Hollister has recently added a new stop in its farmers market schedule:...

San Juan council approves restaurant

The San Juan Bautista City Council’s unanimous denial of an appeal Jan. 21 allows a restaurant proposed for downtown to move forward.