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Gilroy, CA
Thursday, April 25, 2019
Four Gilroy Unified School District employees were named award recipients of the 2019 Employee Recognition Program The four, one each from each of the district’s employee bargaining units, were recognized by Supt. Deborah Flores...
The Ford Store/Morgan Hill donated a 2016 Ford Focus to Gilroy High School to be used for learning in on-campus automotive classes. “We are proud to be part of this program and partner with...
Gavilan College enrollments are continuing to decline, and the college blames a low unemployment rate and strong economy in south Santa Clara County for the drop. The latest available numbers show that Gilroy-based Gavilan’s...
At the March 14 hearing at the Morgan Hill courthouse, the judge granted a mental competency hearing based on PC1368. The next hearing is scheduled for 9am March 21 at the Hall of Justice in San Jose.
A lawsuit filed by the family of Steven Juarez claims the seven Gilroy Police officers who chased and subdued him the night of Feb. 25, 2018, illegally detained and used excessive force while arresting the 42-year-old man...
The homeless population in Gilroy continues to grow, and the City Council has responded by giving more money for police actions. The additional funds to the Gilroy police department will divert more officers to...
Two labor unions representing nurses in the expanded Santa Clara County Hospital System are at odds over differing interpretations of the state law that celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. The Meyers-Milias-Brown Act, the...
New federal quality ratings for U.S. hospitals give St. Louise Regional Hospital in Gilroy a three-star rating, which means that less than 38 percent of U.S. hospitals scored higher. Hazel Hawkins Memorial Hospital in...
Amateur chefs from around the country are invited to submit their very best original garlic recipes for the 41st annual Great Garlic Cook-Off, one of the most prestigious cooking competitions in the country. Eight finalists will be...
The motorcyclist was “driving at a rate of speed in which he was unable to safely stop for traffic ahead,” reads the press release. The front of the Yamaha collided with the rear of the Silverado, causing the driver of the motorcycle to be ejected into the northbound lanes of U.S. 101.