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Gilroy, CA
Monday, December 17, 2018
A Catholic high school has been talked about in the South County for nearly a decade, but the Diocese of San Jose has run into a series of setbacks getting its 40 acres of land—their preferred site...
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.
Downtown Gilroy was all aglow with holiday cheer Saturday, Dec. 1 during its annual Holiday Parade and Tree Lighting celebration.The all-day event, attended by nearly 5,000 people and sponsored by the Downtown Business Association, included a doggie...
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 rains have returned to the Santa Clara Valley, and with them renewed anxiety over the capacity and stability of the county’s biggest body of water, the Anderson Reservoir. The source of that anxiety...
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...
So much for sibling rivalry. Christopher High School seniors Austin and Dylan Ellemberg were both named semifinalists for the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation Scholarship Program, according to a November announcement from the organizers.
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,...
With a yearlong, school-wide theme of “Changing the World,” third-grade students at Rod Kelley Elementary School decided as their community service project to hold a canned food drive for local needy families for the Thanksgiving holiday.