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Lettuce growers along the Central Coast, including San Benito County, were in the cross-hairs of federal investigators Monday, Nov. 26, less than...
The most hotly contested local primary on June 5 could be in the 30th Assembly District, which encompasses all of San Benito County, much...
The Gavilan Joint Community College District Board of Trustees is considering placing a $248 million bond measure on the November 2018 ballot. A recent survey...
Fifteen years ago, Cecilia Anaya fought cancer but lost the battle when she was just 11 years old. Throughout her journey, the girl and her family benefited greatly from Jacob’s Heart, a local organization that provides support services to cancer patients and their families.
At least for one year, the annual Prune Bowl between Gilroy High and San Benito High will be no more. For the first time since 1967, the Prune Bowl will not be held in the fall of 2013.
It may not yet have the same pomp and circumstance as the Gilroy High-San Benito Prune Bowl, but don’t tell the Balers that Friday’s game against Christopher High wasn’t a rivalry.
The core dispute surrounding 6,400 pristine acres just south of Gilroy – a magnet for real estate developers, a Holy Grail to nature conservationists and “most sacred grounds” to a local Native American tribe – could begin to unravel in court this month if the property’s dozens of investors find common ground.
Being named Student-Athlete of the Year was never a goal Emily Tonascia outwardly expressed during her two years at Gavilan College. But it certainly was something she wanted.
Despite committing five errors and allowing eight hits, the San Benito High baseball team beat Gilroy 9-4 Friday to with its sixth-straight Tri-County Athletic League game.
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