San Juan Bautista
San Juan Bautista Strategic Planning Committee develops plans for city's future.
Financial assistance for memberships, summer camp, diabetes prevention, summer camp and more supported through donations to the Annual Campaign
Pinnacles National Park is seeking local youth interns of ages 18 - 35 for a paid position on weekends/holidays this Spring!
Jon Mansmith, founder of Mansmith's BBQ Sauce and Gourmet Spices, recalls simpler, happier time, growing up in San Juan Bautista
The Aromas-San Juan Unified School district is in good shape, but there's plenty of room for improvement.
San Juan Bautista begins search for permanent city manager.
The tour of San Benito County organic farming operations was organized by EcoFarm, a conference held in Monterey every year.
San Juan Bautista City Council hears updates, approves issues relating the Rancho Vista housing development
The San Juan Bautista City Council postponed a hearing to remove planning Commission Chairman John Hopper Tuesday night. The hearing is now set for the Feb. 21 City Council meeting.
With gas tax hikes being recent history, California voters are only months away from a possible repeal. Meet the candidates face-to-face to learn their visions California’s future.
Credo Studio in San Juan Bautista is a center for creativity and the arts for both youth and adults.
Margot's Ice Cream Shop in San Juan Bautista wins Business of the Year honors from San Benito County Chamber of Commerce.
Pinnacles National Park is hiring youth for a Trails Internship, a Habitat Restoration Internship, and Ranger Corps positions.
Kinship has opened up an office in downtown Hollister. Families can now get the training and support to become a foster or adoptive family, locally.
The San Juan Bautista City Council heard a report on how the city could fix its problem of nitrate-contaminated water.
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