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Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Gilroy Dispatch Staff

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Speed limits in town change

Motorists, check speed limit signs in Gilroy for changes. As of Oct. 14, speed limits on some streets have either increased or decreased.   Chestnut Street,...

Blue and White rule this week

There may no longer be a varsity football season, but there will be a homecoming celebration at Gilroy High School. Sports boosters, alumni, parents, cheerleaders,...

Families, shooting victims get checks

Volunteers and staff of the Gilroy Foundation this month handed out more than $1.5 million to victims of the July 28 mass shooting at...

Newsom signs farmworker bill

State Assemblymember Robert Rivas’ long awaited Farmworker Housing Bill was signed into law Oct. 10 by Gov. Gavin Newson.   The law will take effect on...

CARAS Tamal Festival

Downtown Gilroy was filled with the aroma of fresh tamales on Sunday, Oct. 13, in the Sixth Annual Tamal Festival, to raise funds for...

New Caltrain southbound changes begin

Caltrain added an earlier southbound train to Morgan Hill and Gilroy and dropped a later one, effective Oct. 7. The rail agency, in collaboration with...

Safe Streets

Young dancers entertain Gilroyans who filled downtown Gilroy with music and fun Oct. 1 at Gilroy’s National Night Out. The national event is held...

More than books

The Gilroy Public Library, at 350 W 6th St., is more than just books and computers—it’s a community gathering place for learning, especially on...

Teen injured in drive-by shooting

Gilroy Police are investigating an Oct. 8 drive-by shooting in which a 16-year-old boy was injured, according to authorities.

Man arrested with gun after shots fired

Sheriff’s deputies arrested a man with a gun in his car after someone reported shots had been fired in the Gilroy area Thursday night, according to authorities.