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Saturday, December 15, 2018

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Reconstruction hums on Monterey Street

The noise of saws, hammers and nails is a welcome sound along Monterey Street in Gilroy this summer, as two downtown buildings,...

New business delivers its BBQ

Maybe your Fourth of July barbecue didn't go off as planned. Burned, undercooked or dropped on the ground and covered with ants—on...

Wildfire contained off Hecker Pass Road

A late afternoon eight-acre wildfire on both sides of Watsonville Road that threatened vineyards and homes west of Gilroy was reported approximately...

Gilroy Rodeo tickets on sale

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

Sunday Funday at the Gilroy Garlic Festival

That's all folks. It's a wrap for the 40th annual Gilroy Garlic Festival. After the last pepper steak had been served, the final beer poured,...

Garlic is big business

What started in 1979 as a small community food festival centered on the small, stinky, cousin of the onion has since turned into a...

Values show continued growth in 2018

The value of property in Gilroy increased by $565.5 million in 2017, a growth rate of 6.95 percent, slightly below the countywide rate, Santa...

Rodeo arena rises east of Gilroy

If you build it, they will ride. The work toward the re-established Gilroy Rodeo is well underway,and on the ranch owned by rodeo co-founder Erik...

Regional composting operation is growing

When it comes to garbage, recyclables or yard waste, once the bins hit the curb, that’s it. Goodbye to bad rubbish. There's life after trash,...

Building a new future

After finishing the 2017 season 0-10, Gavilan football is brand-new. Well, mostly. John Lango, who coached the Rams from 2000 to 2010, is back...