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Monday, May 20, 2019

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Council votes for 45-day moratorium

The Gilroy City Council and Planning Commission will not be hearing or approving any multi-family housing projects until Feb. 21, after an interim urgency...

Blankley selected 2019 mayor pro tem

The Gilroy City Council is settling into a new year following the election of four council members. While Dion Bracco and Peter...

Mixed-use building approved by council

The Gilroy City Council this week unanimously approved a mixed use building that will sit on Monterey Road near Highway 101.

2018: a year of crazy headlines in Gilroy

Conflicting views of local land use continued to dominate many South County residents’ lives in 2018. This was the...

Time stands still at Old City Hall

A look inside Old City Hall today, in the heart of downtown Gilroy, will show families enjoying a meal and maybe a...

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...