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Pride adds color to parade

For Gilroy Pride, the 2017 Christmas Parade was a coming-out party of sorts. The organization, which started only six months ago and has 178...

Football player starts Gilroy’s first restaurant delivery biz

When NFL dreams ended for Gilroy entrepreneur Benjamin Pope, 32, a new one began. He would help Gilroyans get food without leaving their homes...

Too few volunteer to help Gilroy government

The city council has extended the deadline for applying for boards and commissions into next year, after a record low number of people showed...

Library has vision

You no longer need to shush in the Gilroy Public Library. Facing the movement to doing everything online, the 53,500 square foot downtown building...

Hollister Gun Show obeys law, bans new firearms

There were AR-15s, ammo, gun safes, feminist and California secessionists who wish to split up the state at the Hollister Gun Fair held at...

Gavilan looks to the future

Gavilan College President Kathleen Rose talked about new buildings and new programs for the 2017-2018 academic year at Gavilan College. Q: What’s new and exciting...

Yogafest brings bliss

While the first YogaFest at Christmas Hill Park didn't attract the 2,000 attendees event organizers hoped for, the 700 who showed up were treated...

Alexander Station repairs begin

According to city officials, last winter’s rains struck Gilroy’s tallest building–the 162-unit Alexander Station Apartments–before the ceilings were finished and caused the floors to...

Survey pinpoints the city’s accident hotspots

The most dangerous intersection in town is the one on Murray Avenue and Leavesley Road with 35 collisions, including three DUIs and one involving...

Growth or no growth? Official votes both ways

There was more than met the eye last Monday at the Gilroy City Council meeting when the council voted 5-2 to reject city staff's...

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Pride adds color to parade

For Gilroy Pride, the 2017 Christmas Parade was a coming-out party of sorts. The organization, which started only six months ago and has 178...

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Gilroy veteran’s remains return home after 74 years

Gilroy resident Frank Louis Masoni died in combat just two days after landing with the U.S. Marine Corps at Tarawa Atoll in the South...