San Juan Bautista council members voted 3-2 Tuesday for final approval of the Copperleaf subdivision, which will bring 45 new single-family homes to the tiny-but-growing city.Councilman Dan DeVries was one of the two no votes and was critical of...
Local officials this week took one step closer toward creating a special district fire department for the county.Officials from San Benito County and Hollister approved of participation in a feasibility study for a special fire district or joint powers...
The Community FoodBank of San Benito County is now accepting bids for the remodel project at its San Felipe Road location.Here is the announcement that came out Wednesday from Maria Lynn Thomas, the organization's CEO:If what you or someone...
Data from the state department of water resources revealed the nearby San Luis Reservoir was at 80 percent of its total capacity and Hernandez Reservoir in San Benito County was about 40 percent full.
County supervisors are expected Feb. 7 to receive a report regarding the possibility of a $5 million shortfall on the jail-expansion project.
County supervisors Tuesday received an update on local flooding related to recent rainfall, with an emergency services official telling the board that both rain and a failing levee caused damage set to cost “millions” of dollars.
A state water board report on Hollister’s two summer sewage spills notes how the city potentially violated the federal Clean Water Act and 10 state violations.
County supervisors received a local flooding report Tuesday during a special meeting.
The City of San Juan Bautista in October 2016 received a Compliance Order citing a violation of California of Health and Safety Code issued by the State Water Resources Control Board. The order specifically forbids the city from adding new water-service connections to its potable water distribution system until proof of compliance has been met pursuant to the conditions cited in the violation letter.
A monument recently debuted at a regional Mission church honoring Native American ancestors, with roots in San Benito County, buried and then reburied in a mass grave.