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Thursday, November 21, 2019

Gilroy Dispatch Staff

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Most of city spared shutoff

The City of Gilroy's Public Information Office advised residents and businesses that a planned PG&E Public Safety Power Shutoff will impact customers in parts of Gilroy. 

Community Solutions to present ‘Historias de Mi Madre’

Community Solutions announced this week that its 12th annual production of Historias de Mi Madre (My Mother’s Stories) will celebrate the grassroots beginnings of...

Gilroy man named Garlic Festival hero

Private security guards were among the first responders at the Gilroy Garlic Festival mass shooting in July. The team from First Security assisted Gilroy...

Gilroy sees chance for new businesses

Gilroy business leaders see a new tax incentive as a way to spur investment in the downtown corridor. But the clock is ticking on...

Glen Loma work continues in West GIlroy

Five neighborhoods being built as part of the largest active construction site in Gilroy could wrap up by the end of the year. Glen Loma...

Chamber inducts four into Hall of Fame

The Gilroy Chamber of Commerce and the Gilroy Historical Society will honor four outstanding Gilroyans Oct. 26, announcing their induction into the Gilroy Hall...

Gilroy’s goblins

It’s that time of year, and goblins and creepy things were everywhere in Gilroy last weekend. Costumed celebrants attended the sixth annual Halloween Brew...

Watsonville man to challenge Panetta

With Watsonville’s City Plaza as the backdrop, Democrat Adam Bolaños Scow announced Oct. 15 that he will challenge U.S. Rep. Jimmy Panetta in next...

Have coffee with a cop Oct. 28

Uniformed officers from the California Highway Patrol will host an Oct. 28 Coffee With A Cop event at Starbucks, 251 Vineyard Town Center in...

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,...