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July 7, 2020

Briefs

- Music Academy Relocates

Crawfish House holds grand opening

Morgan Hill Chamber of Commerce president and CEO Christine Giusiana, board members and ambassadors, Mayor Steve Tate and their spouses celebrated the grand opening and ribbon cutting for The Crawfish House at their location at 16410 Monterey Road, Morgan Hill. Owners Angelica and Steve Pham and their family and friends treated this large group to an evening of delicious food featuring appetizers, main courses (crawfish, chicken wings and kebabs) desserts and beverages. The opening of this restaurant has been a dream of the owners for awhile.

Nob Hill cuts prices before ‘Super’ opening

Nob Hill, part of the supermarket chain owned by Raley's,

Business Briefs: Pinnacle Bank has profitable quarter

Pinnacle Bank, headquartered in Gilroy, announced its first

Isis Wellness holds ribbon cutting

Morgan Hill Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Christine Giusiana, board members, ambassadors, friends and family celebrated the grand opening of Isis Wellness Center at their new offices at 16360 Monterey Road, Morgan Hill. Isis Wellness Center is a premier holistic wellness center that provides services, coaching and education to support an individual’s journey to optimal mind-body-spirit wellness. You can reach Isis Jade at 550-6457 or visit isiswellness.com. 

Publishers host meet and greet for Dispatch, Out & About

Join Jeff Mitchell, publisher of New SV Media, Inc. (Morgan Hill Times, Gilroy Dispatch and Hollister Free Lance,) and Bobbi Jo Palmer, publisher of Out & About Magazine, for "Coffee with the Publishers" on three upcoming dates.

Before You Cash Out, Catch Up

There's a growing trend with U.S. workers who change jobs