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Gilroy, CA
Sunday, December 8, 2019
The Gilroy Planning Commission is recommending an ordinance that aims to promote a “good neighbor” policy for businesses and residents downtown. The commission voted 6-1 for the new ordinance April 4, with Commissioner Casey...
Germains Seed Technology, one of Gilroy’s core agribusiness companies, announced the completion of a new organic automated seed processing facility at Swanston Lane and the opening of a second research and development laboratory nearby on Casey Street,...
Uesugi Farms has harvested its last crops. The large, well-known, family-owned vegetable producer with operations in California—Santa Clara, Contra Costa, San Benito and other counties—and Mexico, is selling off all of its equipment and...
At the corner of West Sixth Street and Eigleberry in downtown Gilroy, a venerable old but beloved building is in need of a makeover. The Gilroy Veterans Memorial Hall, home of American Legion Post...
Lettuce growers along the Central Coast, including San Benito County, were in the cross-hairs of federal investigators Monday, Nov. 26, less than a week after the government warned consumers, grocers and restaurants nationwide to destroy all romaine...
Black Friday was Green Friday at the Gilroy Premium Outlets. Get ready, get set, shop. The Christmas shopping season is on, and on Black Friday, Nov. 23, the "National Day of Shopping," thousands of...
On the east side of the railroad tracks in old Gilroy, in an old square brick building that used to be a PG&E substation, kids spend the night punching each other in the face.
Santa Clara County's $235 million bid to buy St. Louise and O'Connor hospitals, if accepted, will not negatively affect services offered at the hospitals, pledged County Executive Jeff Smith in an interview this week.
The Tognetti sisters, Andrea and Nancy, always loved being on the family ranch with their parents and brothers, playing in the fields and on the tractors. Throughout childhood and into their high school years, they even helped...
When Bonino brothers, Russ and Brent, were still little tykes running around on their family ranch off Fitzgerald Avenue in San Martin, they put their two heads together and came up with the idea to sell pears...