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September 18, 2020

Cleanup of collapsed San Benito Foods roof could begin Sept. 30

Fire investigators offered no insight this week into the cause of a “catastrophic collapse” of a roof Sept. 18 at a San...

Composting facility hopes to grow

A draft environmental impact report for Z-Best Products’ proposed expansion of its composting facility on Highway 25 at the Santa Clara/San Benito...

Hollister’s first dispensary opens

Interest is high in the first dispensary to open in Hollister city limits. Genesis Marketplace opened four weeks ago...

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.

Tiffany Ford sold to Greenwood

Tiffany Motor Company, the oldest Ford dealership in California and one of the most entrenched business institutions in Hollister, is changing hands...

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...

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...

Day after Black Friday devoted to local businesses

Black Friday. Cyber Monday. Gray Thursday (also referred to as that fairly well-known holiday, Thanksgiving). It seems that nearly...

Two tenants approved for new shopping center

The Hollister Planning Commission recently approved two tenants for a new shopping center under construction near the intersection of Tres Pinos Road...

Supervisors ready to approve ‘nodes’

The San Benito County Board of Supervisors delayed a decision Sept. 10 to allow expanded commercial development at four Highway 101 intersections.