Police arrested one suspect for robbing a Hollister liquor store at knifepoint, and are asking for the public’s help identifying a second robber, according to authorities.About 2am Nov. 11, two men entered the...
A trio of school board candidates running on the same campaign slate with a shared mission to bring equity back to Hollister School District are sitting one-two-three in the race for three at-large seats, according to the...
Although ballots are still being counted by election officials, updated results for the Nov. 6 election have the likely passage of Gavilan College’s $248 million Measure X bond as well as the election of three new members...
The Anzar High boys cross country team didn’t pick a great time to have a subpar performance—on the day of the Pacific Coast Athletic League Championships on Oct. 27. Expecting to finish third in the team rankings...
Just over a year ago, Richard Goozh, CFO of San Benito-based biotech company Teknova, stood up at a Hollister City Council meeting and declared the formation of the Independent Committee for San Benito County Job Growth.
Scared of the next “big one?” San Benito County officials have a plan in place in case the next major earthquake strikes, and they ask that you do the same.After a string...
Grassy pasture land off Santa Ana Valley Road east of Hollister played a part in winning World War II.The Hollister 12th Naval District Target Number Five served as a training ground for U.S....
A road improvement measure and business license tax appear to have been narrowly approved by voters on Nov.6.Measure G was the San Benito County Roads, Transportation Safety and Investment Plan Transactions and...
Jose “Omar” Rodriguez decisively won the San Benito County Superior Court Judge No. 2 election Nov. 6. He will occupy the judge’s seat formerly occupied by longtime Judge Harry Tobias, who will retire at the end of...
City Councilmember, Jim Gillio won an election night upset against District 4 incumbent Supervisor, Jerry Muenzer.Gillio received 2,104 votes and 74.14 percent of the vote with all precincts reporting, but provisional ballots and...

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When Clara Bisceglia Zanger inherited orchards along the Pacheco Valley in the 1940s, she encouraged her three sons—George, Joseph and Eugene—to use...

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Sills thrilled with early acceptance to Stanford

San Benito High School senior Ian Sills recently huddled with his parents and three younger siblings in front of his computer screen...