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Garlic Festival Queen sets up GoFundMe for shooting victims

Gilroy Garlic Festival Queen Kylie Kuwada, a Gilroy native and Christopher High School alumna, has set up a GoFundMe.com fundraiser for victims...

Schools offer support to students, employees

With hundreds of local students, school employees and their families volunteering at the annual Gilroy Garlic Festival—many on Sunday when a gunman...

Army team wins G-Fest’s first cooking competition

First-time cooking competitor Bret Barker, a 12-year veteran tank commander with the U.S. Army, delighted the judging panel at the 41st annual...

Gilroy Garlic Festival 2019 Queen

The third time was definitely a charm for proud Gilroy native Kiley Kuwada, who is already enjoying the special moments since being...

Makers unite in Gilroy

Nearly two dozen creative minds converged on Gilroy Library for the July 13 Mini Maker Faire, amazing spectators with their unique hobbies,...

Library to host Mini Maker Faire for hobby enthusiasts

Get ready for the greatest show (and tell) on Earth as the Maker Faire comes to South County. The Gilroy Library will...

G-Fest parking allowed at three school district sites

Local school district leaders have agreed to allow parking at three of its sites for the annual Gilroy Garlic Festival, July 26-28...

Contaminants discovered in soil at Brownell, South Valley

Gilroy Unified School District has hired an environmental firm to remove soil with “higher than normal levels of arsenic in the dirt”...

School closing imminent in 2020

As enrollment at Gilroy elementary schools continues on a downward trend—which directly affects the amount of state aid they receive—the closing of...

School board approves $129 million budget

Facing twin challenges of fewer students and less money, the Gilroy Unified School District Board of Education approved an annual budget for...