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July 3, 2020

Hollister agrees to hire headhunter

The Hollister City Council unanimously approved spending $25,000 to hire a recruiting firm to find a new city manager, with City Councilmember...

Council rejects mayor’s 400-block appeal

In a raucous three-hour debate before an overflow audience punctuated by tears, shouts and legalese, the Hollister City Council voted 3-1 on...

Local pols impressed by presidential hopefuls

This year’s Democratic state convention in San Francisco offered a select group of party regulars a sneak preview of Democratic campaign themes.

Botelho won’t return as supe

Anthony Botelho, vice chairperson of the San Benito County Board of Supervisors, said he is not seeking re-election after 15 years...

Council postpones 400 block appeal

The expected showdown between Hollister Mayor Ignacio Velazquez and the City Council over a San Benito Street development this week was delayed...

Federal funding pulled from High-Speed Rail

The Federal Rail Administration has pulled funding for California’s High-Speed Rail Project. In a letter sent to High-Speed Rail Authority President, Brian...

New plan for farmworker housing

Growing up in farmworker housing in Paicines, California informed how newly elected state Assemblymember Robert Rivas ran his campaign for his District...

Mayor goes solo v. 400-block

Mayor Ignacio Velazquez sent a letter “as a private citizen” to the Hollister Planning Commission raising new, personal objections to plans to...

Marty Richman selected as mayor pro tempore

Council member Marty Richman for District 4 this week was selected to be Hollister mayor pro tempore for 2019.

New supes sworn in

Seven newly elected county government officials took their oaths of office in the Board of Supervisors chambers Jan. 7.