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Gilroy, CA
Tuesday, September 25, 2018
The Gilroy Planning Commission bucked the city staff’s recommendation and opened the door to possible recreational cannabis sales in Gilroy Thursday. In a 5-1 vote, with Tom Fischer voting against it, the commission decided not to strengthen anti-marijuana laws before...
Gilroy is proud to be acknowledged as a Tree City USA city. Right? Actually, no. At a meeting of the Parks and Recreation Commission,  Recreation Manager Adam Henig revealed that Gilroy is no longer an official Tree City. Why? Somebody in...
Unlike what’s going on in neighboring Hollister, the green dreams of pot entrepreneurs in Gilroy are drying up. The city has already legislated against medical marijuana dispensaries and will take action in the next few weeks to ban recreational growing...
The Gavilan Joint Community College District Board of Trustees is considering placing a $248 million bond measure on the November 2018 ballot. A recent survey found a sample of district residents, from Hollister to south San Jose, were in support...
The Gilroy Police department will spend $32,000 next summer to keep two officers patrolling downtown Friday and Saturday nights from 6pm to 10pm after the reported success of a pilot program this year. Saying that keeping the downtown safe is...
Gilroy Gardens new Halloween Nights program faced a tough challenge: how to be entertaining for adults and not too scary for young kids.
The Gilroy City Council honored Ted Carpenetti, who celebrated his 101st birthday on September 17 and was instrumental in building Christmas Hill Park.
As of Wednesday, a deal between the Gilroy and Great Wolf Lodge had slipped away.
Gilroy leaders worried last week about having a place for their children to live and work.
Gilroy is growing and to keep the pace the city needs more jobs for locals, says Tammy Brownlow, the CEO of Gilroy Economic Development Corporation. The past year has brought some success.

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Candidates have plans for downtown

Businesses in downtown Gilroy have begun to show their support for City Council candidates, placing lawn signs in their windows. Candidates, meanwhile,...

Features

Holsclaw Road: From Gold Rush to the Civil War

This is the story of three brothers who left their 11 siblings and parents at a northwest Missouri homestead in 1849 to...