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November 29, 2020

CHP on ‘maximum enforcement’ Nov. 25

Traffic police will be on heavy patrol up and down the coast the day before Thanksgiving, which is traditionally one of the busiest travel days of the year.

Kicking hunger away

It was another busy Monday afternoon at the Community FoodBank of San Benito but a group of young volunteers from the Enterprise...

Covid-19 cases back on the rise in SB County

The San Benito County Department of Public Health is reporting that the numbers for new cases of Covid-19 have been skyrocketing the...

Planning commission recommends Searle Road ‘node’ rezoning

The San Benito County Planning Commission unanimously agreed to recommend a commercial rezoning of a Highway 101 “node” property in San Juan Bautista.

Strength in numbers

Faith Fernandez ran for class president when she was in the fifth grade, the first time she got a taste of what...

City loans funds to Hollister Farms

The Hollister Farms shopping center project was close to being shut down but the Hollister City Council came to the rescue by...

Governor orders statewide curfew

Residents of Santa Clara County and other counties in California’s “purple” Covid-19 risk tier are subject to a “limited stay at home order” starting Saturday, Nov. 21, Gov. Gavin Newsom tweeted Thursday.

‘Fill the Vase’ Dec. 5 for local education

The Zeta Epsilon Chapter of women educators in San Benito County and Watsonville will host a “Fill the Vase” fundraiser for local education programs from 10:30am to 12pm Dec. 5 in Hollister.

SJB Rotary Club hosts online auction fundraiser

The San Juan Bautista Rotary Club in December will host the “Saints to San Juan” fundraiser for local schools, parks and other community causes.

Covid-19: By the numbers

San Benito County Public Health officials are reporting that the number of new daily cases of Covid-19 continues to rise within the...