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The San Benito High School District agreed to pay former Superintendent John Perales two months of salary and health benefits along with undisclosed vacation-accrual compensation.That was in exchange for his "irrevocable resignation and a mutual release of claims," according...
Gavilan College has received funds to expand career technical training, according to a statement from the institution.According to the statement:Gavilan College received nearly $1 million from the California Strong Workforce Program for the upcoming academic year to expand Career...
The San Benito County District Attorney's Office reached civil settlement with PG&E over gas leak in February 2014 that caused illnesses at a nearby school, according to the California District Attorney's Association.In the settlement PG&E will pay $250,000 in...
The overwhelming majority of Community FoodBank’s customers are happy customers, according to a recent survey conducted by Gavilan College students.
San Benito High School's recently resigned superintendent is accused of brandishing a gun at a man parked in a car outside his house, while the incident was Oct. 22 before the official's arrest in mid-December.
County students will soon have a chance to show off their vocabulary skills in the annual spelling bee.
The following are the top stories of the year in San Benito County:
Volunteers are needed to serve on the Gavilan College Measure E Citizen’s Oversight Committee. There are currently seats open for a business representative, an at-large representative and a member of a senior citizens’ organization.
Lovers of great music performed by virtuosos in an intimate setting are in for an artistic treat in Gilroy.
The county needs to construct a bypass road before a busy portion of Nash Road closes.

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A Japanese cultural celebration

By Laura Barreras Once used to issue military commands and in religious ceremony, Taiko, or the traditional Japanese-style instrument meaning “fat drum,” will take center...

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A Japanese cultural celebration

By Laura Barreras Once used to issue military commands and in religious ceremony, Taiko, or the traditional Japanese-style instrument meaning “fat drum,” will take center...