More than 100 children, ages 5-13, spent the sunny day running, swimming and navigating their way through an obstacle course set up on the Day Road campus for the event.
A July 12 protest outside a federal immigration office in South County preceded a weekend during which threatened raids and deportations of local undocumented immigrants—according to many accounts—didn’t ultimately materialize.
A vegetation fire in southeast San Martin spread to engulf a number of farm buildings the afternoon of July 15.
Nearly two dozen creative minds converged on Gilroy Library for the July 13 Mini Maker Faire, amazing spectators with their unique hobbies, experiments and projects. From local artists and crafters to scientists and engineers,...
The third time was definitely a charm for proud Gilroy native Kiley Kuwada, who is already enjoying the special moments since being crowned the Garlic Queen of the 41st annual Gilroy Garlic Festival back in May.
Recent Christopher High graduate Nolan Ciccone had quite a senior year. In addition to achieving a cumulative 4.0 GPA, Ciccone had outstanding seasons in all three sports he played in: water polo, volleyball and swimming. Even though...
Police are investigating a traffic collision in which a 30-year-old Hollister motorist died while trying to pass another vehicle on Shore Road July 12.
Nobody was hurt after an SUV crashed into a commercial building in downtown Gilroy the morning of July 14.
"When you dedicate yourself to something and open your mind to different possibilities and focus on what you can do instead of what you can't do, you really can go places in this world."
The Gilroy City Council, stepping back from tough talk during the 2018 election, on July 1 asked city staff to find ways to reduce late-payment penalties for owners of unreinforced masonry buildings identified as unsafe in an...