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Wednesday, December 19, 2018

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Gilroy steps into high expectations

After going undefeated and winning its first-ever Central Coast Section championship, what can Gilroy High possibly do for an encore? What we...

Seniors to drive Christopher High offense

Football is a 'what have you done for me lately' kind of sport and Christopher High coach Tim Pierleoni knows it. One...

Rams start anew

Last year was a season to forget for Gavilan College. Amid violations and an 0-10 record, stability is what the program needed....

Veteran Gilroy retailer is optimistic

Dave Peoples is a “glass half full” kind of person, and if you’re going to say his retirement from Garlic City Mercantile...

Despite likely losses, rodeo looks to 2019

It's been more than a week since the renewed Gilroy Rodeo weekend ended, and rodeo organizer Erik Martin said this week he...

Road work on First Street Wednesday to Friday

Starting Wednesday morning through Friday, the City of Gilroy is advising commuters to expect congestion on First Stree because of ongoing road...

House fire displaces family of six

A local family, new to Gilroy after just moving from out of state, was displaced by a house fire on Quail Walk...

Great Wolf to hire 600 in Manteca

Picture it. A 500-room, upscale, family-friendly, all-inclusive, revenue-generating, notoriety-generating water park/hotel on vacant city-owned land next to a city-owned theme park, Gilroy...

Rodeo a rip-snorting success

The event was resurrected after a 60-year hiatus, and rodeo organizer Erik Martin was happy and relieved as the first day came...

Reborn Gilroy Rodeo is ready to go

Now that the Garlic Festival has come and gone, it's about time for Gilroy's next weekend event, this weekend. The Gilroy Rodeo...