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Thursday, April 25, 2019

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New Plan for farmworker housing

Growing up in farmworker housing in Paicines, California informed how newly elected state Assemblymember Robert Rivas ran his campaign for his District...

No more parking on First Street

With the repavement and the implementation of CalTrans regulations of a “complete street” that allows for bike lanes and wider roadways, the...

Ivori brings ‘one-stop shop’ to downtown

Brenda La Fuente doesn’t see a downtown Gilroy with boarded-up buildings or vacated spaces; she sees a Monterey Street full of promise...

City takes hard line on homeless

The homeless population in Gilroy continues to grow, and the City Council has responded by giving more money for police actions.

Mayor lays out his 2019 vision

In the first week of March, Gilroy Mayor Roland Velasco laid out his vision for the city in his state of the...

Evelia Rosso is Woman of the Year

Sitting in the office of Rosso’s Furniture, Evelia Morales Rosso is surrounded by photos of her family and friends, a poster from...

Council looks to bring business downtown

Revitalizing downtown Gilroy along Monterey Street was a plank in every council candidate’s platform in 2018. While progress in...

‘Welcome to Gilroy and California’

The Garlic City secured a new spot on the California state map as the month of March began. The Gilroy welcome center...

Council moves to line up with new law

A vote by the city council on the deletion of a few lines of city code this week became a new aspect...

VTA considering cutting bus routes

Valley Transit Authority (VTA) is considering discontinuing some all-day routes, along with some express and school routes, and removing some route deviations,...