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September 18, 2020

Hemp is San Benito County’s hot crop

The 2018 Farm Bill made it legal to grow commercial hemp in the U.S. for the first time in half a century,...

San Benito Bene marks eight years

San Benito Bene, 615-B San Benito St. in Hollister, is celebrating its eight-year anniversary on Saturday, July 27 from 11am-2pm.

County OKs hemp farm

The San Benito County Board of Supervisors approved a proposal July 23 that will transform a former turkey farm and equestrian facility...

Green businesses recognized

Certified California Green Businesses in San Benito County were recognized during a mixer on July 17. The recently-certified businesses...

Thrift store opens downtown

Worth Saving Mercantile & Thrift Store celebrated its grand opening in downtown Hollister on July 10. The store, located...

Farm celebrates nine decades of apricots

Blenheim apricots, when compared to a typical variety, have a tangy-sweet taste that stands above all others. But the...

Good Times purchases Watsonville Register-Pajaronian

Santa Cruz’s Good Times has purchased the 151-year-old Watsonville Register-Pajaronian and its companion publication Aptos Life from News Media Corp. of Rochelle,...

Two businesses mark five years

Two Hollister establishments celebrated their five-year anniversaries recently. La Catrina Mexican Grill, 449 San Benito St., marked the occasion...

Hollister OKs sale of recreational cannabis

The Hollister City Council voted  unanimously June 3 to allow recreational cannabis to be sold in the city, adopting a new cannabis...

Thermoforming plant for sale

A 175,325-square-foot building that once housed a thermoforming packaging plant was recently put on the market for $20 million.