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December 7, 2022

Christopher boys, Gilroy girls win in water polo rivalry contests

In the practices leading up to the Christopher-Gilroy boys water polo match on Oct. 5, the Cougars’ Charlie Wheat and Emiliano Grieco worked on their give-and-go sequences and specific set plays.  The work paid off as Wheat scored three goals and Grieco two in a...

VTA eyes new bus line, layout at Gilroy Transit Center

The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority plans to add a new commuter bus line to San Jose at the Gilroy Transit Center soon, and is looking to move the buses to the Monterey Street curb in order to add more parking inside the existing...

Guest view: Maintain mental health during shelter in place

Today we are “sheltering in place” to protect our physical health, the health of our loved ones and our greater community. However, these protections, combined with the enormous uncertainty we face, can have a significant toll on our mental health.

State requires vaccination or testing for healthcare workers

State officials announced Monday that healthcare workers and state employees will now be required to get vaccinated against Covid-19 or get tested regularly if they cannot verify their vaccination status. The requirement, which officials underscored is not a pure vaccination mandate, will take effect Aug....

Amah Mutsun Tribal Band urges Gilroy to rethink bell

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A replica bell approved more than a year ago for downtown Gilroy faces opposition from the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band, who say such markers symbolize enslavement of Native Americans during the Spanish colonization period. Those in support of the bell, however, say it does not...

Calerrain expands hospitality

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Like a virtual trying on of sunglasses, the pandemic certainly provided some new viewpoints of our respective circumstance. In some cases, it offered a catalyst for executing on long-held visions.  In the case of Geoff Mace, winemaker and co-owner of Calerrain, and his wife Chantelle,...

City gets $3.9M to enhance alleyways

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Gilroy officials say a major grant the city received from the state will go a long way toward bringing downtown’s alleyways to life. On March 4, the City of Gilroy announced that it had received a $3.9 million grant from the California Department of Transportation’s...

Burn permits required as of May 1

Starting May 1, a permit from the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CalFire) is required for any outdoor open burning in Santa Clara, Alameda, Contra Costa and the western portions of Stanislaus and San Joaquin counties. The permit is required in CalFire’s State...

Gilroy native wins $10K on CBS game show

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Dylan Taylor, dressed as a boombox while wearing an oversized garlic bulb on his head, had only 20 seconds to enter the correct digits on three locks taller than himself. As the time ran out, Taylor had two out of the three digits correct. He...

Trump has fundraising edge among Gilroy residents

President Donald Trump has received more financial support from Gilroy residents than his Democratic challenger Joe Biden, federal records show. According to finance data by the Federal Election Commission, donations from Gilroy residents to Trump’s campaign totaled $57,991.48 from April 1, 2019 to Aug. 31,...