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Sunday, December 16, 2018

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Catholic high school denied again

A Catholic high school has been talked about in the South County for nearly a decade, but the Diocese of San Jose...

Quake safety is still an issue

A walk down Monterey Street in Gilroy should be a stroll through the vibrant heart of a city, but instead of bustling...

Four-way stops OK’d for 6th and Eigleberry

Sitting at the stop sign on Eigleberry, anticipating a right or left turn onto Sixth Street, is a familiar gamble to Gilroy...

Family fuels Rivas

Bold. That’s how Robert Rivas, newly elected assembly member to California’s 30th district describes himself, his leadership style and his campaign.

Marques victory adds slow-growth vote

In the Nov. 6 election for three four-year seats on the Gilroy City Council, there were no surprises. Not...

City says First Street work is on schedule

At 7:30am workers and machinery begin to gather in the middle of First Street, and by 8am the saw is tearing into...

City contemplates land annexation

The Gilroy City Council is still contemplating moving forward with plans to annex parcels of land outside city limits.

In upset, Marques claims 2-year seat

In the major upset of Election Day in Gilroy on Nov. 6, incumbent Dan Harney lost to slow-growth advocate Carol Marques for...

Poll workers train for a one-day job

It’s a perfect fall afternoon on the Saturday before Halloween, and the Morgan Hill Presbyterian Church is full of folding chairs and...

Candidates have no time limit to remove signs

Gilroy residents could be seeing campaign signs lingering across the city well past the Nov. 6 election. The City...