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Monday, January 22, 2018
The Gilroy City Council voted unanimously to appoint a new council person to replace Paul Kloecker, who died last month.  People who want the seat have until Jan. 18 to submit applications. The Gilroy City Charter gave the council...
Gilroy, in an effort driven by the Gilroy Welcome Center and the Chamber of Commerce, is getting in on the action for California Restaurant Month and getting a boost from the hip Instagram stars the Hungry Hipsters. Breann Chiero...
Tom Burt, educator and legendary football coach of Los Altos and Gilroy High Schools passed away on Oct. 16 from stroke complications at the age of 94. Tom inspired generations of students and athletes to value teamwork and perseverance, pursue...
The fight against pediatric cancer is an uphill and unfair fight. Libby Kranz, Chairperson of the Board at Unravel Pediatric Cancer in Gilroy, was hit by that fact like a lightning bolt when her oldest daughter Jennifer was diagnosed...
The Gilroy Chamber of Commerce has announced the winners of the 2018 Spice of Life Awards and the list includes several well-known Gilroyans in the business community along with those who have devoted their lives to serving their community....
What, in one of the coldest weeks of the year, would compel people to stand in line waiting for ice cream? One of the hottest new businesses in town, Icicles, has been busy in its first week of business,...
It's a new year and with it, many Gilroyans have embarked on their New Year's resolutions. For many, those resolutions revolve around getting in shape–finally, and this time they mean it. But, if you want that new you, it's...
A mess, the rains down in South Valley Rains of biblical fury descended on Gilroy in January, dumping close to two inches of rainwater on an area parched by the longstanding drought. The land's thirst was more than parched by...
In a year where the handling of Gilroy's trees has been seen by many as anything but tremendous, Gerardo Orduno and Heriberto Denec with West Coast Arborists worked planting 12 new trees throughout the city shortly before noon on...
Gilroy City Councilman Paul Kloecker died from lung disease Friday morning bringing to a close a lifetime of service to his country, community and love for family and friends. Kloecker, 82, won his first of three terms on the Gilroy...

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