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Gilroy, CA
Tuesday, December 18, 2018
For a contest marked by so much scandal and mudslinging leading up to the June primary, the Santa Clara County sheriff’s race seemed oddly quiet lately. But Sheriff Laurie Smith’s challenger, retired Department of Corrections chief John...
In response to growing concerns about speeding and other traffic dangers in neighborhoods, the Gilroy City Council heard a plan for a new Neighborhood Traffic Management program Aug. 27. The plan had originally been...
After nearly a decade of service on the Gilroy Unified School District’s Board of Trustees, local businessman Jaime Rosso announced he has pulled out of the upcoming Nov. 6 election. “It has been immensely...
The final ballots have been set for the Nov. 6 city elections. Here are the candidates for Gilroy City Council, at a glance: 4 year term Marie Blankley...
Four City Council positions are up for election in November, and all four incumbents are seeking re-election and face challengers.The last day to file paperwork for a candidate was Friday, Aug. 10, and the ballots are set....
Dirty dishes and dirty clothes may be piling up in First Street homes and restaurants for a few days. Gilroy city officials today were attempting to clarify communications to business owners and residents about the First Street sewer project that...
If all incumbent Gilroy City Council members choose to run for a four-year term, one will definitely not return to the council. That’s because of the four seats available on the Nov. 6 ballot, three are open for four-year terms...
South Valley Islamic families are beginning to see their long-awaited plans to build a mosque and community center in San Martin come together, but some vocal San Martin residents continue to oppose the project. The pros and cons of building...
  A divided Gilroy City Council on July 2 narrowly approved an “agri-tourist” commercial development near Hecker Pass Highway (CA 152) and Santa Teresa Boulevard. Four council members—Daniel Harney, Peter Leroe-Muñoz, Fred Tovar and Cat Tucker—rebuffed pleas from Mayor Roland Velasco...
Having just breezed unopposed into his third and final four-year term, District 1 Santa Clara County Supervisor Mike Wasserman believes he’s just now hit his public-service stride. Los Gatos resident Wasserman, 60, represents the communities of San Jose, Los Gatos,...