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June 13, 2024

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PitStop Outreach receives $5K grant

PitStop Outreach received a $5,000 grant from Spectrum on July 14 to help the organization deliver food and other necessities to those in need. The...

Mayor’s Update: Sharks ice rinks making progress

The long-awaited draft Term Sheet to bring Sharks Ice to the Gilroy Sports Park is ready to be presented to the Gilroy City Council...

Local Scene: State of the City; summer reading program

Mayor to give State of the City address The community is invited to join Mayor Marie Blankley for the State of the City presentation over...

Mayor Marie Blankley: State of the City 2022

Editor’s note: The following is an excerpt from Mayor Marie Blankley’s State of the City address. She will deliver the full talk in person...

City responds to ‘mudslinging’ over festival cancelation

When the Gilroy Garlic Festival Association announced recently that it would not host its traditional event, longtime fans of the city’s iconic event took...
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Local Scene: Conversation and Coffee; South Valley Symphony concert

City officials to discuss getting involved in government The public is invited to join Mayor Marie Blankley, Communication and Engagement Manager Rachelle Bedell and City...
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Council revises flag-flying policy at City Hall

The Gilroy City Council approved a new flag-flying policy for City Hall on Feb. 7 that is intended to limit the amount of city...
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Amah Mutsun Tribal Band urges Gilroy to rethink bell

A replica bell approved more than a year ago for downtown Gilroy faces opposition from the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band, who say such markers...
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Proposal would cut some advisory boards

Gilroy city officials are looking to reduce the number of advisory commissions, pointing to difficulties in recruiting and retaining members to the more than...

City hires firm to investigate deadly party at Armendariz home

The City of Gilroy has hired a law firm to conduct an independent investigation into whether City Councilmember Rebeca Armendariz violated any city codes...

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