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State offers free Gilroy Garlic Festival counseling

Some survivors of the Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting had no health insurance. Others face high deductibles or copays and long-term recovery bills. State funds are...

City administrator gets a $18,512 raise

In a split vote, the Gilroy City Council this month gave City Administrator, Gabe Gonzalez, an $18,512 raise, retroactive to April 1.   At its Aug....

Garlic Festival contract is 34 years old

The City of Gilroy is bracing itself for potential litigation over the Gilroy Garlic Festival mass shooting July 28 that bloodied the last day...

 Two friends recover from bullet wounds from Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting

Brynn Ota-Matthews and Gabriella Gaus were in the inflatable obstacle course at the Gilroy Garlic Festival when a shooter opened fire on the crowd. The...

Gilroy Mayor Roland Velasco: Visions of Garlic Festival terror linger

Gilroy Mayor, Roland Velasco, arrived at the Gilroy Garlic Festival in the early evening of July 28 to help Chamber of Commerce...

#GilroyStrong is community response to festival shootings

As the 41st annual Garlic Festival was in full swing, Christopher Ranch’s executive vice president, Ken Christopher told the Gilroy Dispatch that...

Stephen Romero, Keyla Salazar, Trevor Irby killed in Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting

All three of the fatally wounded victims of the July 28 mass shooting at the Gilroy Garlic Festival were young people visiting...

Leaders respond to Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting via tweets

With the July 28 shootings at the Garlic Festival, Gilroy has joined the ever-growing list of communities affected by gun violence, and...

Repaving could last through December

Construction on Monterey Road through the city’s downtown is set to begin right after guests of the Gilroy Garlic Festival leave town...

Council may ease up building owners

The Gilroy City Council, stepping back from tough talk during the 2018 election, on July 1 asked city staff to find ways...