We like the idea for reduction of impact fees on any decent hotel proposals coming the way of Hollister officials. Hollister council members earlier this month authorized deferment of impact fees on a new Marriott Hotel until the end of...
After a very quiet year, a controversial project appeared in a City Council agenda packet posted late in the afternoon of the last day in May. The 400 block development, a cluster of buildings that will define Hollister into...
It is heartbreaking to see so many San Benito County families suffering from the floods that recently wreaked havoc on the northern part of this community, near Lovers Lane and close to where San Felipe Road meets Shore Road.
Hollister City Council members considering a proposed medicinal marijuana ordinance should keep in mind that there is no rush to make a final decision. More important, local voters will offer a collective take on recreational pot in November that...
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.
How does it feel to have something special ripped away so a developer can reap profits at the expense of the community? How does it feel to know insider politics and cronyism live on?
Local support surrounding the Measure P roads tax idea has been stronger than that of any other recent ballot measure, and for good reason, but an all-in mentality from the public might come back to haunt other public entities with their hands out in November for more tax increases.
Mike Chambless wears a lot of hats for the city. In his role as airport director, Chambless has been a shining star while overseeing several important projects.
It says something about the City of Hollister’s priorities when dogs on the nice side of town get park funding before people on the west side.
Due to a new state law that is far too broad in nature, one of Hollister’s most notorious criminals has a chance for freedom in April.