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December 3, 2023

Indoor business could reopen soon

Santa Clara County Public Health Officer Dr. Sara Cody on Monday issued a revised “risk reduction order” that will go into effect when state officials permit the county to open up more business and public gathering spaces.

Gilroy woman files complaint with federal commission over firing

A Gilroy woman has filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, saying she was wrongfully fired from her job by not reporting that her father-in-law died of Covid-19. Jazz Silva was hired as a mail carrier for the Gilroy Post Office in February....

2020 county assessment roll culminates decade of growth

Santa Clara County’s just-released assessment roll likely marks the apex of a continuous decade of prosperity—the longest economic boom in history.

Students struggle to stay connected

A typical day during the week for Diana J. and her son, a fifth-grader at Las Animas Elementary, usually begins with them sitting in front of the computer, gearing up for another day of distance learning. It sounds like a simple enough process, yet, it’s...

Newsom vetoes Anderson Dam bill

Valley Water this week began draining Anderson Reservoir in preparation for a seismic retrofit of the body’s dam in east Morgan Hill, but Gov. Gavin Newsom also vetoed a state assembly bill that would have expedited the project that the water district has been planning for more than 10 years.

Craft beer lovers eye downtown spot

For more than a decade, Giovanni Albanese and Robert Anderson have been taking bold risks with their home-brewed beers. By their estimates, the two have brewed more than 350 different beers, with the goal of trying new twists on flavors no other brewers have attempted....

Governor signs farmworker relief bills

Gov. Gavin Newsom on Sept. 28 signed Assembly Bills 2043 and 2165, two pieces of the California Farmworker Covid-19 Relief Package, the nation’s first legislative package containing Covid-19 protections for agricultural workers. Assemblymember and Chair of the Assembly Agriculture Committee Robert Rivas (D-Hollister) and Assemblymember...

White House extends FEMA aid to Santa Clara Co.

Cattle ranchers and other residents who lost a combined $26 million in the SCU Lightning Complex fires can now apply for federal aid.

Letter: Thanks for keeping horses safe

It is more than heartening what two organizations did for total strangers. It is something with which we would like to associate individuals.

PHOTO: Hot rods cruise through downtown Gilroy

Hot rods rolled through downtown Gilroy Sept. 26 during the Gilroy Cruise Night hosted by the Guerrero Family and Pound 4 Pound Boxing. The end-of-summer cruise made its way through Monterey Street and ended at the Town Plaza parking lot on First Street.