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Gilroy, CA
Sunday, December 16, 2018
In an otherwise cordial candidate forum, hosted Oct. 8 at Ann Sobrato High School in Morgan Hill, Santa Clara County Board Incumbent Claudia Rossi went on the offensive—questioning the character and judgment of Gino Borgioli, her lone...
Santa Clara County’s $235 million bid to buy Saint Louise Regional Hospital and O’Connor Hospital, revealed last week, could be the first of many bids for the hospitals owned by Verity Health System, Verity CEO Rich Adcock...
Eighty-five percent of Gilroy teachers voted Oct. 4 to ratify their new contract agreement with their employers that includes a 6 percent salary increase over 18 months, according to a Oct. 5 announcement from the Gilroy Teachers...
The Nov. 6 election is just a month away, and Gilroy residents will be voting for four City Council members. Three council members will be elected to a four-year seat, and one will be elected to a...
The 2018 Farm Bill expired Sept. 30, and Congressman Jimmy Panetta said that unless his House Agriculture Committee chair softens on President Donald Trump’s new work requirements for food stamp recipients, farm programs will begin to suffer...
Before he became a UFC heavyweight world champion, Cain Velasquez was mastering his craft in NCAA wrestling matches at Arizona State University, where he twice rose to the stature of a college All-American. This...
A $65,000 check from the Associated Students of Gavilan College, key endorsements from local and regional community leaders and a well-attended kickoff party have gotten the “Yes For Gavilan College, Yes on Measure X” campaign off to...
It wasn't quite the comeback of the year for Christopher High, nor was it a monumental collapse for San Benito High. In a wild Pacific Coast League Gabilan Division game last Friday in Gilroy, it was the...
Union members at Saint Louise Regional Hospital want to be sure their jobs and their union are secure if the hospital is sold. To express this concern, some members of Service Employee International Union-United...
More than 5,000 people came out to celebrate the days of small-town Gilroy. After more than a three decade-long absence, Gilroy Bonanza Days paraded back into town on Saturday, Sept. 29.