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Thursday, January 24, 2019

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City contemplates land annexation

The Gilroy City Council is still contemplating moving forward with plans to annex parcels of land outside city limits.

In upset, Marques claims 2-year seat

In the major upset of Election Day in Gilroy on Nov. 6, incumbent Dan Harney lost to slow-growth advocate Carol Marques for...

Poll workers train for a one-day job

It’s a perfect fall afternoon on the Saturday before Halloween, and the Morgan Hill Presbyterian Church is full of folding chairs and...

Candidates have no time limit to remove signs

Gilroy residents could be seeing campaign signs lingering across the city well past the Nov. 6 election. The City...

Blankley and Bracco top all in contributions

The competitive race for four open City Council seats continues to tighten as candidates continue to raise large war chests. Two incumbents,...

Illegal RVs drive city to action

A drive by any major parking lot in Gilroy may reveal a familiar site: large recreational vehicles out of shape and parked...

Council candidates talk about the issues

The Nov. 6 election is just a month away, and Gilroy residents will be voting for four City Council members. Three council...

No group has filed against sales tax renewal

Gilroy residents will be voting on two Santa Clara County measures on the Nov. 6 ballot. Measure A, which would continue a...

Still no plan for sidewalks at Gateway apartments

A Humboldt County developer has begun construction of a 74-unit apartment building for seniors in an industrial neighborhood at the south end...

Candidates have plans for downtown

Businesses in downtown Gilroy have begun to show their support for City Council candidates, placing lawn signs in their windows. Candidates, meanwhile,...