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Gilroy, CA
Wednesday, October 23, 2019
Valley Water—the Santa Clara Valley Water District—is accepting applications for fiscal year 2020 grants. The district will be awarding $2.1 million for projects that can help conserve water, prevent pollution or restore wildlife habitats in Santa Clara County. These funds for...
Last month’s Women’s Equality Day Celebration hosted by the Santa Clara County Commission on the Status of Women bore witness to the triumphs and challenges women still face. It is staggering to think that 2019 marks the 99th year...
Seven Morgan Hill students and two Gilroy teens have been named as semifinalists in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship program.
Five days after taking the oath of office in 2017, President Donald Trump signed an executive order that would have suspended federal funding for cities and counties across the US, including Santa Clara County, that had declared themselves legal...
Because of the July 28 mass shooting at the Garlic Festival, the Gilroy Police Department has rescheduled the National Night Out celebration to Oct. 1. “The Gilroy Police Department wishes to respect our community’s grieving process and encourages community dialog...
"Don't forget to breathe." That was the simple yet most effective advice Conner Menez received from some of the San Francisco Giants players when the left-hander made his major league debut on July 21...
The Santa Clara County Fair begins a four-day 75th birthday celebration Aug. 1 at the San Jose fairgrounds, 344 Tully Road, highlighted by a new stage, new murals and fireworks every night. Opening day...
Drivers and pedestrians traversing Monterey Street downtown likely notice construction walls and various boarded-up buildings scattered throughout the area. Those who look beyond the shabby exteriors will see a significant amount of investment that could change the...
In one of his very first meetings as the new president of Gilroy Rotary, Mark Turner presented its  members with an ambitious challenge: reduce homelessness in Gilroy by 30 percent over the next three years.
Dennis Gage is probably the only person in the world who shares his undying love for cars on a weekly basis inside 105 million homes across the nation, all while rocking a handlebar mustache.