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Sunday, December 16, 2018
When NFL dreams ended for Gilroy entrepreneur Benjamin Pope, 32, a new one began. He would help Gilroyans get food without leaving their homes or desks. “I was sitting on the couch rehabbing from an ACL injury last December and...
The newest employee at Gilroy’s Hilton Garden Inn never sleeps or eats. And with the opening of the latest Star Wars movie this week, he’s bound to have plenty of young fans. He’s a three-foot-high, 100-pound robot named Archie, who...
SNEAKER FIX Those who love collectible classic sneakers have a new place to try and win rare Michael Jordans and other brands. It’s in a kind of gambling machine at the Outlets. You pay $5 for a chance to...
St. Louise Regional Hospital’s new chief medical officer wants to see the 93-bed medical center grow, incorporate cutting edge technologies and focus on the newest cancer treatments. Dr. Arthur Douville takes over the helm of the South Valley’s hospital, as...
The 30 miles between Gilroy and Monterey Bay didn’t seem like a great distance for diver Mauricio Muñoz–it seemed perfect. After years in the Silicon Valley corporate world, the lifetime scuba diver decided to open a business that reflected his...
Nine years ago, people told Juan Carlos Guizar he was crazy to open a pushcart fruit stand at the Gilroy Outlets. The requirements there were too expensive and there were no other businesses like it in Gilroy. But two years...
A new Gilroy business is doing its part to help the environment by using nature to help nature. Filtrexx, an Akron, Ohio-based company, recently held its ribbon-cutting ceremony and is hitting the ground running, pumping out thousands of yards...
Gilroy is about to get a new dog food company thanks to Hollister’s looser cannabis cultivation laws and the run up on building prices they are bringing about. Green Tripe, which sells millions of dollars a year of raw dog...

Sumano’s Bakery comes to Gilroy

The first time Rey Sumano, 49,  sampled sourdough bread he hated it. It was...well, sour….and he was expecting it to be sweet, like a French loaf.
The first time Rey Sumano, 49,  sampled sourdough bread he hated it. It was...well, sour….and he was expecting it to be sweet, like a French loaf.