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Friday, February 22, 2019
Accusations that a homeless man sexually assaulted a woman at his makeshift shelter in San Martin remain under investigation, according to authorities. The man has not been charged with a crime, and was released from custody shortly...
Gilroy businesses were in the news in 2018. In a year of ups and downs, they persevered and some thrived. Here are several of those stories. Good garlic, good news at Christopher Ranch
In a meeting of firsts and lasts, Gilroy Unified School District ushered in new trustees and honored departing members last week. First-term Board of Education trustees Enrique Diaz, Anisha Munshi and Tuyen Fiack, as...
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced Thursday afternoon, Dec. 13 that it has identified “a positive sample result for the outbreak strain in the sediment of a local irrigation reservoir used by a single farm owned...
A social media threat late Wednesday night caught the attention of Gilroy Police, who determined by Thursday morning the fears of a potential school shooting were unfounded. Late in the evening of Dec. 12,...
Santa Clara County emerged this month as the sole bidder for O’Connor and Saint Louise hospitals, clearing the way for the county to buy the two private hospitals for $235 million, County Executive Jeff Smith disclosed Monday.
A walk down Monterey Street in Gilroy should be a stroll through the vibrant heart of a city, but instead of bustling store fronts, passersby are more likely to see boarded-up buildings. The empty...
The Gilroy Police Department’s Traffic Unit will conduct a DUI and driver’s license checkpoint Dec. 14 at an undisclosed location within the city limits. “The deterrent effect of DUI checkpoints is a proven resource...
Nearly 900 fortunate families were gifted a complete turkey dinner during St. Joseph’s Thanksgiving turkey drive last week. David Cox, executive director at St. Joseph’s Family Center, said the center worked with local schools...
Sitting at the stop sign on Eigleberry, anticipating a right or left turn onto Sixth Street, is a familiar gamble to Gilroy residents. With an obstructed view caused by cars parked on both sides of Sixth Street,...