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The City of Gilroy has big plans this year to improve the overall mobility of its streets, and a new face in town will play a big roll in that vision.
Truffled Egg on Toast, Oysters a la Russe, Lobster Rissoles in Mousseline Sauce and Cavados Glazed Duckling. For those of us in the United States who saw last Sunday’s episode of “Downton Abbey” on PBS, these items sound very familiar from a meal scene featuring the downstairs staff.
’Twas the fortnight before Christmas when Steve Johnson was putting up festive Christmas decorations outside his home in San Martin and witnessed something strange going on in the field next door. Walking over, he discovered an injured juvenile peregrine falcon on the ground, with some turkey vultures circling it with curiosity. Steve rescued the 15-inch long raptor and brought it to the Wildlife Education and Rehabilitation Center.
HONORS: Jordan Esquivel: Air Force Reserve Airman Jordan A. Esquivel graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.
The Santa Clara County District Attorney is vetting a complaint from an east coast family claiming that a Gilroy man is illegally conducting international adoptions from his Valley Oaks Drive home.
Nearly two years after a botched burglary and torture incident left “crippling” emotional and physical effects on 60-year-old Gilroy resident Gary Wise, prosecutor Johnene Stebbins with the Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office plans on adding another charge that could land the remaining defendants in prison for life without parole if convicted.
“Dear Red Phone, I noticed the city put in new street lights at Condit Road and East Main Avenue and it looks like they paved a path nearby as well. It’s nice, but who paid for that and where does it go?”
The core dispute surrounding 6,400 pristine acres just south of Gilroy – a magnet for real estate developers, a Holy Grail to nature conservationists and “most sacred grounds” to a local Native American tribe – could begin to unravel in court this month if the property’s dozens of investors find common ground.
Pacific West Christian Academy, which has three campuses in Gilroy, has been accredited for its kindergarten through eighth-grade programs. This is the first accreditation that the Western Association of Schools and Colleges accrediting body has awarded to PWCA.
I think it’s about time to realize the leadership of the National Hockey League might not have a good grasp on reality. Because why else would those in charge try so hard to ruin the sport they run?