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Friday, April 26, 2019
The regional housing crisis may mean new fees for builders in Santa Clara County. Santa Clara County is considering adding a special fee to all new housing construction, providing funds that would subsidize more affordable housing. The net effect would be...
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...
A gym must address many factors if it wants to flex its financial muscles. According to Fit Republic in Gilroy, the most important things are a friendly “Hello,” and “Goodbye.” “The number one reason why a person quits going to...
The final chapter of BookSmart may soon be written. Citing mounting debt following a move from downtown Morgan Hill to East Dunne Avenue, BookSmart owners Brad Jones and Cinda Meister face the imminent closure of their Morgan Hill mainstay. “It’s heartbreaking,”...
Sarah’s Vineyard, founded in 1978 by a group of four wine enthusiasts led by Marilyn “Sarah” Otteman, will celebrate its 40th anniversary this year with a May release of its “Estate Chardonnay,” according to a March 15 announcement. Throughout 2018,...
Gilroy Self Storage Outlet, a project that will cost $12 million when completed by early in 2019, will provide 793 storage units on 4.5 acres at 9080 San Ysidro Ave. The project was celebrated in a ceremonial groundbreaking on...
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 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,...
Performance Food Group is moving its food distribution plant from Santa Cruz to Gilroy. The company said it will build a 195,000-square-foot food processing plant on Monterey Road, which will replace its current location in Santa Cruz. The move could mean...
The stabbing of a Gilroy restaurant owner by a homeless man in early January ignited new fears and frustrations among local business owners. Many small business owners feel they are bearing the brunt of what they see as a...