The following are the top stories of the year in San Benito County:
The San Benito County Association of Realtors recently named Director and Realtor Tony LoBue as Realtor of the Year.
The seasonal homeless shelter opened its doors Dec. 3 to 18 homeless individuals on its first day of the season.
The annual 12 Days of Giving charity campaign wrapped up on Nov. 29, but the donations are still coming in.
Hollister council members Monday voted 4-1 to approve a request to host the 2017 Olive Festival at the Brigantino Spray Field Facility next October.
Local Assemblyman Luis Alejo announced eight Veterans of the Year for today's Veterans Day.
The holidays are nearly upon us, and what better time to help individuals, children, and families in need? The annual 12 Days of Giving campaign, set to kick off on Nov. 12th and conclude on Nov. 29th, is matching your monetary donations, making this the perfect opportunity to maximize your giving while helping San Benito County residents this holiday season.
Looking for a new local job? Then you should attend the San Benito County Building Business in 2016 Job Fair.
County staff officials have addressed the San Benito County Free Library’s issue that involved the old website redirecting visitors to a site showing pornography.
Congressman Sam Farr will conduct his final swearing in for new American citizens Tuesday, and he'll do so at the place he helped to make a national park.

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