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Saturday, May 26, 2018
More than 400 students from 24 schools in Santa Clara and San Benito counties gave their all at the 13th annual Gifted Games, which was created to give individuals with special needs a chance to experience the thrill of...
With signs that read “Keep Good Teachers With Fair Pay,” “You can’t put students FIRST if you put teachers LAST” and “WTF? Where’s the Funding,” more than 300 Gilroy teachers and supporters picketed outside last week’s school board meeting. The...
Gilroy Mayor Roland Velasco has left his job as an aide to Santa County Supervisor Mike Wasserman, saying he wants to devote a full-time focus to his part-time role at City Hall. Velasco, elected to his first term in 2016,...
Families flocked to Gilroy Gardens Sunday, May 13 for a special Mother’s Day event celebrating the expansion of the popular Water Oasis. Recent renovations include four new slides, a giant tipping bucket, 90 new spray jets and various water features—effectively...
As the annual Morgan Hill Mushroom Mardi Gras approaches, it only seems appropriate to further examine Santa Clara County's second biggest agricultural product, the mushroom. Garlic gets lots of play locally, with Gilroy as the self-designated Garlic Capital of the...
Numerous community organizations and public agencies that provide services around mental health and wellness issues will come together between 10am and 4pm May 19 at Gilroy Library for “Mindquest,” a Mental Health Resource Fair funded by the California State...
Two boxes of shoes were robbed at gunpoint at the Gilroy Premium Outlets, and the suspects got away, Gilroy police said. On May 9, 2018, at about 2 pm, officers responded to the Bostonian Clarks outlet store, located at 8325...
Mary Ann Collom of Gilroy is giving out hundreds of Memorial Day Poppies again this month, to raise money for programs to aid veterans. The 90-year-old president of the local American Legion Auxiliary has honored veterans in this way...
Thanks in part to contributions from Unravel Pediatric Cancer, a Gilroy non-profit organization founded by Libby and Tony Kranz, researchers at Stanford have made what could be a potential breakthrough against the brain cancer that claimed the Kranz’ daughter,...
A former construction worker at Alexander Station Apartments has filed a lawsuit against a contractor, Ward Mechanical LLC claiming unpaid wages that could involve dozens of current and former construction workers at the affordable housing project on Alexander Street. The...

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