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Monday, February 19, 2018
2017 will be a memorable year for Santa Clara County, especially for water resources management. It was the year that broke our state’s longest dry streak with record-setting precipitation. A year of transition between extremes – from drought to...
2017 was a year where most of my personal resolutions were met. I set a resolution to run at least a half marathon with record time and a stretch goal to complete a full marathon. A few minor health...
I voted against this tax bill because it would have a negative impact on too many families on the central coast of California and our nation. The bill lowers taxes for the wealthy, while raising taxes on many working...
‘Twas the night before Christmas in Olde Gilroy Not a latte was stirring, not even on 5th Street Gold Toe at the Outlets awaited with stockings St. Nicholas, sadly, was still Amazon shopping Guerrero “The Ghost” had hung up his gloves, But Gilroy football won and had...
My name is Dr. Ahmad R. Rafii D. C. I am a board certified Chiropractor with over 25 years of successful business experience. At the invitation of the City of Hollister, my intent was the operation of a manufacturing...
Here’s a year in review that all Gilroyans should be proud of. Our City of Gilroy Bicycle Pedestrian Commission has taken part in many aspects for change and advocacy. For the first time we created a Strategic Plan. It’s our...
Starting in January it will cost 50 cents more to take a Valley Transit Authority express bus one way, $20 more for a monthly pass and $220 more for a yearly express pass. But there’s some good news: Some youth...
The day my beautiful daughter Amani was born… I prayed, “Help me be a good father to this precious little girl; let me guide her, teach her. And, Lord, when the boys start coming around, please give me patience.” Seven years...
An American hero came home Friday, Nov. 17, 2017. Frank Louis Masoni returned home from the war. Not the Middle East, not the Vietnam War, but World War II. Frank was 20 years old when he volunteered for the Marine...
From our downtown perch on Sixth Street, we watched as an undercover California Highway Patrol officer almost got hit three times trying to cross the street. He was not what you would think of as “undercover,” because he was wearing...

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No rain may not mean a drought — yet

This may be great weather for weekend fun, but a continued lack of rainfall has state and federal officials worried about a return of...

Features

Their love radiates

The Gilroy Downtown Business Association announced winners of its second annual “Downtown is for Lovers” essay contest and promotion. Alyssa Sutton wrote the winning essay...