52.1 F
Gilroy, CA
Sunday, December 8, 2019

Gilroy Dispatch Staff

62411 POSTS 0 COMMENTS

Construction of new school could be further delayed

The street improvements for Antonio Del Buono School are set, but the construction of the school, already behind schedule, could prove to be troublesome for the district.

Five vie for Garlic Queen

Five contestants are vying for the title, but only one will be crowned Miss Gilroy Garlic Festival Queen Saturday night.

Council, school board meet to work together

The school board and City Council met to have a frank discussion on how to better work together and learn what each body has planned.

Scrambling to meet tax day deadlines

Procrastinators have until 5 p.m, today to get their tax returns in the Gilroy mail:

Grants rolling in at Gavilan

A $152,000 grant for career training and the possibility of up to $90,000 to address a need of the college's choosing were subjects of Tuesday night's Gavilan College hoard meeting.

Worried about high school budget cut proposals

Up to $515,000 in suggested cuts - mostly personnel - has some Gilroy High School employees worried and the principal is against almost all the recommendations that could seriously affect the way the school runs.

65th Anniversary: Lifetime of love

Sandoe Hanna still remembers the night he fell in love with Mildred Swarner. "It was lucky for me," he says. 'I had to take my little sister and little brother to a

Eliot School presents Slingerland program

Parents of first-graders who may attend Eliot School next year can attend an informational meeting tonight to learn more about the district's Slingerland Magnet.

No e-mail long distance charges

Internet users can rest easy for now, knowing that rumors that phone companies will assess long-distance charges for e-mail and Web access are false.

Gav trustees to evaluate president; reorganization of college

The Gavilan College trustees will meet Tuesday to discuss the reorganization of the college and also begin the evaluation of the school's president.