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Gilroy, CA
Friday, August 23, 2019

Barry Holtzclaw


Paths draw cyclists

The weather has finally turned sunny and warm, and miles of new bike paths in Gilroy beckon cyclists of all ages.

Boating season opens at Anderson Lake

Anderson Reservoir was at about 54 percent capacity this week, but it still welcomed recreational boaters for a new season, which began...

A van was home

Alex Bataz is 9 years old, the oldest of three children; his brother Bruce just turned 8, and sister Destiny will be...

Gilroy and Morgan Hill clinics stay open

Healthcare clinics in Gilroy and Morgan Hill whose status had been jeopardized by bankruptcy proceedings opened under new ownership April 1.

Gilroy’s schools banned Roundup in 2016

As lawsuits are piling up against the makers of the herbicide Roundup and some cities and counties in California are cutting back...

City shuts down the community garden

Nearly a year ago, on Earth Day, the Gilroy Demonstration Garden celebrated and announced plans for its heavenly half-acre in downtown Gilroy...

City counters complaints with claims that Roundup spraying is safe

Gilroy residents have complained about what they say is indiscriminate use of the controversial herbicide Roundup in Christmas Hill Park.

Hotel family name tied to labor dispute

Two labor unions representing nurses in the expanded Santa Clara County Hospital System are at odds over differing interpretations of the state...

Medicare gives St. Louise 3 stars

New federal quality ratings for U.S. hospitals give St. Louise Regional Hospital in Gilroy a three-star rating, which means that less than...

Workers seek to perform

Performance Food Group’s new food processing plant and distribution center in Gilroy may not be in operation yet, but that hasn’t stopped...