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Monday, September 24, 2018
A Gilroy Police officer fired his service weapon at a suspect who drove a stolen vehicle through the Gilroy High School campus where hundreds of children and parents had gathered at midday on Sept. 9, according to...
As negotiators with Gilroy Unified School District and Gilroy Teachers Association await their next sitdown Sept. 14 at a fact-finding hearing, a Gilroy High School sophomore offered a student’s perspective on the failed contract talks. Sophomore Christina Suarez...
A Gilroy police officer fired one shot at an approaching stolen vehicle Sunday morning near youth sporting events at Gilroy High School, and police reported an arrest with no injuries. Gilroy police said they...
The first home game of the year for Gavilan College started out promising, but shortly after kickoff in the third quarter, the Rams found themselves in a familiar place resulting in a 44-28 loss against Redwood College.
A Fremont man who owns ranch land east of Gilroy is free after posting $200,000 bail last week on more than a dozen felony charges related to the slaughter and burial of at least 11 cattle in...

Healed owl soars

More than 100 local wine and nature lovers gathered at Aver Family Vineyards, 2900 Soma Way, Gilroy, to witness the release of a rehabilitated barn owl Sunday, Sept. 2. The release, coordinated by...
The 2017 Santa Clara County Crop Report released Aug. 31 showed total county production and revenues valued at $316.5 million, a 2 percent increase from 2016. “It is great to see another crop report...
The approximately 600 workers at Christopher Garlic’s production facility in Gilroy in July received a raise that’s part of an aggressive plan to increase wages in the nation’s biggest garlic producer. The increased wages...
The new houses and new businesses that have been replacing fields of crops and flowers along Hecker Pass Road (Highway 152) over the past several years have posed new traffic challenges for the city of Gilroy and...
The rehabilitation of an aging sewer line along First Street from Wayland Lane to Monterey Street in Gilroy was completed in late August, the first phase of multi-year project to repair and replace sewer and water mains...

Latest news

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...