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Friday, April 26, 2019

Gilroy Dispatch Staff

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Historical society seeking nominations

The Gilroy Historical Society is seeking nominations for its 2019 Architectural Awards for residential and commercial buildings, and the deadline is fast...

Gilroy honors school staff for ‘invaluable’ service

Four Gilroy Unified School District employees were named award recipients in the 2019 Employee Recognition Program. The four, one...

Chamber to host legislative summit

Washington and Sacramento politicians and local elected officials will be descending upon Gilroy next month to discuss policy issues and how they...

Police warn drivers to ‘silence the distraction’

With April designated as Distracted Driving Awareness Month, the Gilroy Police Department is urging motorists to “silence the distraction” for traffic safety.

Crude bomb found in Gilroy parking lot

Gilroy police and county bomb technicians defused a “crudely constructed” bomb found in the parking lot of a local business Tuesday morning, according to authorities. No injuries or damage were reported.

Do you love to cook with garlic?

Amateur chefs from around the country are invited to submit their very best original garlic recipes for the 41st annual Great Garlic...

Motorcyclist dies in Morgan Hill accident

The motorcyclist was “driving at a rate of speed in which he was unable to safely stop for traffic ahead,” reads the press release. The front of the Yamaha collided with the rear of the Silverado, causing the driver of the motorcycle to be ejected into the northbound lanes of U.S. 101.

CHP to conduct St. Patrick’s Day checkpoint

The Hollister-Gilroy office of the California highway Patrol will conduct a DUI and driver license checkpoint on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17, 2019, within an unincorporated area of south Santa Clara County.

Christopher Ranch donates to Gilroy schools

Ken Christopher, executive vice president of Christopher Ranch, last month presented Gilroy High School principal March Sanchz with a $15,000 check to...

Police ask public for help ID’ing SR 152 vandal

Anyone who thinks their vehicle was struck by an object on SR-152 in this area and during the specified time frame is asked to file a police report with the CHP office, if they have not already done so, authorities urged.