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Saturday, December 16, 2017

Library has vision

You no longer need to shush in the Gilroy Public Library. Facing the movement to doing everything online, the 53,500 square foot downtown building has become a community hub, with dozens of computers, classes, robots, yes, robots, children’s activities...
There were AR-15s, ammo, gun safes, feminist and California secessionists who wish to split up the state at the Hollister Gun Fair held at Bolado Park in Tres Pinos–but no customer walked out with a new gun. Some of...
Gavilan College President Kathleen Rose talked about new buildings and new programs for the 2017-2018 academic year at Gavilan College. Q: What’s new and exciting this year at Gavilan? A: We’ve made a lot of upgrades to our facilities in the...
If you like pop, rock and rap music, you’ll love Gilroy Children's Musical Theater's “Rock The Mic!” a high-energy youth pop concert. The 13-week program has after-school rehearsals on Thursdays for students 5-18. Auditions are 4:30pm to 7pm Nov. 30 with...
With the approach of winter harkening memories of devastating floods downstream from Anderson Reservoir’s northeast Morgan Hill spillway, officials have assured locals that precautions are underway to minimize the risks that became reality earlier this year. Santa Clara Valley Water...
With more than eight years of planning and preparation under their belts, Santa Clara County has finally begun a vast, $26 million makeover of the William F. James Ranch juvenile detention center in northeast Morgan Hill. Officials say the expansion,...
Gilroy police and a county computer investigating team found two additional skimmers on gas pumps at the Chevron Gas Station, located at 7999 Westwood Drive in Gilroy. Chevron and Valero gas stations are cooperating with investigators as they search for...
While the first YogaFest at Christmas Hill Park didn't attract the 2,000 attendees event organizers hoped for, the 700 who showed up were treated to a brisk autumn Sunday afternoon of peace, good health and a bounty of multiculturalism....
According to city officials, last winter’s rains struck Gilroy’s tallest building–the 162-unit Alexander Station Apartments–before the ceilings were finished and caused the floors to swell. Luckily, according to building reports, the concrete foundation is solid with no evidence of settling. Gilroy...
The most dangerous intersection in town is the one on Murray Avenue and Leavesley Road with 35 collisions, including three DUIs and one involving a pedestrian, according to a report released during a special city council study session. Out of...

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