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Julio Rodriguez: Hollister City Council District 4 Candidate Profile

Julio Rodriguez has returned to school to earn a degree in urban planning, something he knows will serve him well should he get elected to the Hollister City Council District 4 seat.

Velazquez on pace to return as Hollister’s mayor

Ignacio Velazquez was hanging out in front of the steps of City Hall in downtown Hollister on Tuesday evening, relishing the moment that he...

Guest view: This election is a referendum on growth

More than any other time in recent history, this election in San Benito County is a referendum on growth.

Letter to the editor: Thanks, San Benito County voters!

On behalf of 80-plus volunteers from our grassroots group, Campaign to Protect San Benito, we’d like to send a huge “THANK YOU!” to the...

County elections office releases final results

Staff Report The San Benito County Elections Office this week released the official final results of the local vote count in the Nov. 3 General...

‘Slower growth’ gains another vote on council

Hollister Mayor Ignacio Velazquez has a task each year to ask the councilmembers to bring him their top item they want to see accomplished,...

Guest view: Measure N offers no guarantees

Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. Clearly, developers have learned that they can fool us as many times as they would like by repeating the same lies and spending big money on elected officials that will help them get what they want.

San Benito County District 2 Supervisor race goes the distance

The San Benito County District 2 Supervisor race has taken on the feel of the presidential election. As of Wednesday morning, both races are...

Council supports annexation for Hollister Research Campus

A local developer is one step closer to building the Hollister Research Campus on the north side of town. The project is proposed as a 229-acre industrial and commercial campus with an automotive testing track, two hotels, restaurants, a gas station/convenience store, a public events center and zero housing.

Jose Fernandez: Hollister City Council District 1 candidate

“I’m not looking to do this to become a politician,” Fernandez said. “If I win, that’ll be great. I will do the best that I can for the city and for its citizens.”