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Wednesday, August 22, 2018
Without dreamers and doers, the “American Dream” is an empty phrase. For Carlos Guizar, his American business dream started with his father and a single fruit cup stand at the Gilroy Outlets. To dream and succeed, one must have...
Kids big and small rocked out with Jim Gill, Saturday, March 17 at Gilroy Public Library—with more than 120 people in attendance. Children’s supervising librarian, Sharon Kelly said Gill’s jumping, dancing and singing fits right into the library’s programming for...
The water quality lab of the Santa Clara Valley Water District late last year participated in proficiency testing managed by the Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene. In the tests, the water district ranked second out of 54 participating labs...
A group of Gilroy hair stylists and Christopher High School students joined forces last week to help some homeless neighbors. Hair stylists Lovell Adams and Christina Colon, along with members of Gilroy Pride and students from Christopher High School’s “out...
In case you spotted litter on the streets of downtown Gilroy in the past week, it’s not Downtown Dave’s fault. Dave Armitage, the good-natured self-appointed sidewalk sweeper for Monterey Street and assorted side streets for more than a decade, is...
The City of Gilroy said this month that accusations by a former public safety employee that she was harassed and fired for refusing to engage in sexual promiscuity within the Gilroy Police Department are not worthy of the court’s...
Forty years ago, Lupe Arellano and Laura Gonzalez-Escoto founded “La Isla Pacifica” (translated to “The Peaceful Island”), a confidential shelter in south Santa Clara County for victims of domestic violence. Today, the location of La Isla Pacifica—which has been under...
Bruce Haller, the well-known owner of Cafe 152 Burger Company and Cafe 152 Bread Company, does not like to talk about himself. But, when the topic of his business, the restaurant business in general, and the challenges of doing...
The Gilroy Garlic Festival Association is currently seeking artists for a poster contest and a new queen to reign over this year’s 40th annual celebration. More than 100,000 people attended the Gilroy Garlic Festival in 2017, up 20,000 people from...
The early winter drought has been good news for local builders and the sounds of saws, drills and hammers are competing with winter songbirds across Gilroy, as several long-awaited housing developments are under construction. Leading the way is The Cannery,...

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Road work on First Street Wednesday to Friday

Starting Wednesday morning through Friday, the City of Gilroy is advising commuters to expect congestion on First Stree because of ongoing road...

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Gilroy Rodeo tickets on sale

Now that the Garlic Festival has come and gone, it's about time for Gilroy's next weekend event. The Gilroy Rodeo is returning after a...