In Santa Clara County, nearly three new people seek assistance for each person who exits homelessness, according to preliminary results of a biennial county of homeless people. Santa Clara County and the City of...
Skies cleared on Saturday May 18, giving more than 1,000 volunteers in Santa Clara County time to clean up the banks of creeks and rivers in the county as part of National River Cleanup Day. The effort,...
A Gilroy school board trustee is leading the charge for the construction of a new community pool on the east side of the city, which has had no public aquatic facilities since the closing of the old...
Gilroy Police will host a DUI and driver's license checkpoint at an undisclosed location within the city limits the evening of May 24.
Gilroy Police are warning the public about a common phone scam after a resident recently fell victim to the fraud.
Homeless advocates are calling on Gilroy to declare a public emergency in hopes of making state aid available for year-round shelters for people without homes. Jan Bernstein-Chargin, chair of the board of the Gilroy-based...
Signups are open for two Gilroy police programs designed to introduce community members of all ages to career options in law enforcement. The Police Explorers program is open to residents ages 14-20 who are...
CineLux Theatres’ remodel of the former Platinum Theatres on Monterey Street is in the plan review process, and is now eyeing a late summer opening, CineLux President Paul Gunsky said. San Jose-based CineLux Theatres...
The Federal Rail Administration has pulled funding for California’s High-Speed Rail Project. In a letter sent to High-Speed Rail Authority President, Brian Kelly, the FRA said it will be terminating the 2010 cooperative agreement between the two...
A quintet of new administrators will welcome students and families at their respective schools at the onset of the 2019-20 school year in Gilroy Unified School District, filling all leadership vacancies. District staff announced...