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Friday, August 23, 2019

Erik Chalhoub

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Car culture on display

Car lovers of all ages converged on downtown Gilroy Aug. 17 to check out the hottest rods while also grabbing selfies with a nationally...

Garlic Festival victims fund surpasses $1M

The Gilroy Foundation Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting victims fund grew to nearly $1.2 million this week, as the foundation announced it had approved the...

Gilroy Gardens expansion proposed

The Gilroy City Council got its first look Aug. 5 at a major expansion proposed for Gilroy Gardens that would add bike trails, zip...

Gilroy shooting victims fund nears $1M

A charitable fund intended to support the victims of the Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting on July 28 received $961,101.71 in pledges and gifts in...

Gilroy shooting victims fund eclipses $600K

A charitable fund intended to support the victims of the Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting on July 28 has received more than $630,000...

Christopher Ranch exec reaches out to community after Garlic Festival shooting

Ken Christopher joined friends and family at home the afternoon of July 28, celebrating the 4,000 volunteers who poured in countless hours to make...

Gilroy Rodeo preserves Western heritage

Erik Martin, standing on his family’s 62-acre ranch on Ferguson Road, points west toward Gilroy city limits. “On that side of 101, it’s all City...

BULLETIN: FBI launches terrorism investigation into Garlic Festival shooting

The FBI launched a domestic terrorism investigation into the Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting, officials announced Tuesday. John Bennett, special...

Garlic Festival responds to shooting

Officials from the Gilroy Garlic Festival Association said they were “devastated” by the fatal shootings July 28. “Our hearts...

Center gives support for veterans affected by Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting

The sounds of gunfire and helicopters flying overhead are not the noises one would expect to hear at the Gilroy Garlic Festival.