Civil Rights Group Recognizes Rivas' Support of the LGBTQ Community.
Hollister City Council approves amendment to ordinance to allow adult-use in cannabis supply chain, excluding dispensaries
Taking into consideration that recreational marijuana will eventually out pace medical use, the council approved a change to city ordinance to allow recreational production and distribution, but no dispensaries.
San Juan Bautista begins search for permanent city manager.
Beginning with Adolf Hitler's rise to power in Jan. 1933, this is the first in a series about how our local press covered the Holocaust
San Benito County received $3.4 million out of $76.9 million in federal grants for Central Coast in 2017
Congressman Jimmy Panetta announced over $76.9 million in federal grants for Central Coast counties, out of which San Benito County received just $3.4 million.
Because of complacency within its own ranks, Emergency Services Consulting Int. fires one of its contractors along with his boss, after delivering report to fire committee. New report due in February.
Supervisors were ready to sign letter of support against appeal of SB-1, but pulled back after resident Marty Richman questioned fairness and supervisors' motives.
Previously denied permits to cultivate, manufacture and dispense cannabis, owner of 817 Industrial Drive property appeals to resubmit for manufacturing medical cannabis for children. His attempt fails.
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.
Aromas knew San Benito County Supervisor Robert Rivas was a champion of protecting the environment, fixing our local roads, building better schools for our children, and proving healthcare for all Californians.
Robert Rivas announces that he will be a 30th Assembly District candidate.
Win or lose, merely running for public office can give you insight and stir your imagination.
Klauer was too close for comfort for group filing complaint with Fair Political Practices Commission
The Nomination Period for the June 2018 election is February 12 through March 9.
The state agency is investigating Klauer for possible conflicts of interest involving the city's cannabis ordinance and real estate deals that may have benefited his father and a co-worker.
Judge's decision on Monterey Co.'s Measure Z says existing state and federal laws pre-empt county vote
After agreeing not to cultivate marijuana in its building at 807 Industrial Drive, Hollister City Council approved a resolution to allow Euphoric Life Inc. to manufacturer and distribute medical delivery systems outside the county.
After explaining the county has raised nearly $3.6 million to build and operate homeless shelter, Hollister refuses to pay full $200k, the amount county figures is its fair share.
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