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Monday, March 25, 2019

Bryce Stoepfel

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Regional composting operation is growing

When it comes to garbage, recyclables or yard waste, once the bins hit the curb, that’s it. Goodbye to bad rubbish. There's life after trash,...

Building a new future

After finishing the 2017 season 0-10, Gavilan football is brand-new. Well, mostly. John Lango, who coached the Rams from 2000 to 2010, is back...

Farm yields treasures

If you happen to be going through your granddad's or grandma’s house, garage, attic or barn, it might be wise to think twice before...

Lime drops plans for Gilroy

Gilroy’s plan to introduce Lime, a bike-share service, has popped a tire. On a conference call Monday with the city, the San Mateo-based company announced...

Creative team offers city ‘solutions’

If you’ve been in Gilroy, it’s likely that you have heard or seen work from the creative minds of Articulate Solutions. The tagline, “A Community...

Hecker Pass is latest battleground over growth

The Hecker Pass Corridor is the western gateway to Gilroy—a passageway connecting Gilroy and Santa Cruz County that features both natural beauty and commercial...

End of May is payday for cattle ranchers

From San Jose south down U.S. 101, most folks who live in the valley have little idea what happens in the hills that surround...

Rivas, Kitchens to face off

Early returns from the four counties in the sprawling 30th Assembly district left no doubt about the front-runner, San Benito County Supervisor Robert Rivas....

Bonanza Day Parade returns to Gilroy

It's going to be a rootin' and tootin' fall in Gilroy this year. More than 30 years after it ended, the Bonanza Day Parade is...

Route to adventure starts in San Martin

From Yosemite to the Teutoburg Forest in Germany, and through the world's highways, byways, and dirt roads, Airstream enthusiasts have been there with their...