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May 11, 2021

Trustees at standstill over Aromas School project

Trustees of the Aromas-San Juan Unified School District came to a standstill Dec. 4 regarding how—and if—they will fund $120,110 in overage costs for a roughly $2.8 million project that would add eight classrooms to Aromas School before the start of next school year.

Partner on grant concerns some foundation, city officials

Gang Prevention Coordinator Al De Vos recently gave a presentation to the Hollister City Council about an application for a Promise Neighborhood planning grant due by the end of July. It would encompass work to the west side of Hollister, including the neighborhoods surrounding Calaveras and R.O. Hardin schools. It would provide $500,000 for planning and then open up the county for additional implementation funding of up to $20 million from future grants.

San Juan reinstates ban against franchise businesses

San Juan Bautista council members Tuesday reinstated an ordinance banning formula, or franchise, businesses.

Cannery debt dropped by $600,000

Ending a four-year dispute, the San Benito Foods tomato cannery

Rick Perez: Hollister City Council District 1 candidate

Perez, who has an extensive background in building maintenance, thinks he has the insight to help with infrastructure repairs and other issues within Hollister if elected as City Councilmember for District 1.

County targets upgrades to parks in new plan

A new draft of a parks plan under consideration outlines 'a

With approval, new park’s cost to exceed $2 million

Hollister City Council members Tuesday approved a contract for

SJB hires new city manager

The San Juan Bautista City Council was set to approve an employment agreement for a new city manager, Don Reynolds. Reynolds currently works as...

Updated: Police ended standoff with tear gas

After a more than five-hour standoff into early Wednesday at a residence on Seventh Street, police from Hollister and Monterey County deployed tear gas into the home, leading to an arrest.

City of Hollister updates its website

The city’s website is partying like it’s not 1999.