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Gilroy, CA
Sunday, December 16, 2018
The stories began flying last week: Federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents would raid businesses across California and deport undocumented workers. As of this newspaper’s press time, the raids had not started, but the specter remains. Heightened anxiety about federal...
‘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...
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...
The biggest complaint we hear is that the local government isn’t representing its constituents, and while we agree it’s easy to feel unheard, we suggest it’s also easy to take control of the issues that matter to you in...
Gilroyans? What should we call people who live in Gilroy? Not a week goes by that someone doesn’t complain about our use of the word Gilroyans to describe the people who live in Gilroy. Yeah, it’s not a word that most...

The influence of the crowd

There are a lot of very sweet, kind and hard-working people who live at Eagle Ridge. Of that, I have no doubt.
Fighting fire with money and charge out-of-town ride services
From the earliest reports, the proposal to build an indoor water park in Gilroy sounds as exciting as going down one of the slides.
If there’s one thing the salacious and damaging sex scandal lawsuit filed against the Gilroy police this month proves, it’s that we need more transparency in policing the police.