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September 27, 2020

South Valley celebrates ‘legend’ Sig Sanchez

Local and regional representatives and public officials held an early 100th birthday celebration last week for South Valley political icon, Gilroy Hall of Famer and longtime farmer Sig Sanchez.

Gilroy outlets will be dark on Thanksgiving

Gilroy shoppers looking to get a jump on Black Friday deals will have to stay home with their families on Thanksgiving this year, while many workers won’t be forced to cook dinner early. The Gilroy Premium Outlets will be...

Jim Wyatt named acting fire chief

The City of Gilroy appointed Jim Wyatt as acting fire chief Sept. 11 as its nearly two-year search for a permanent hire continues. Wyatt replaces interim chief Mark Bisbee, who was appointed in January. Bisbee was limited to 960...

Police arrest armed robbery suspects in Gilroy

Gilroy Police arrested two suspects over the weekend who robbed a victim at a local hotel at gunpoint earlier this month. Both suspects had recently been released from prison after serving time for felony convictions, according to police. On...

Businesses, churches urge safe reopening

Business owners, city leaders and faith-based organizations implored the county health department Sept. 14 to give them a “fighting chance” to survive the pandemic by allowing indoor operations to resume safely. The Silicon Valley Chamber Coalition joined dozens of...

Gilroy Unified: Expulsion rate declining

Gilroy Unified School District has made progress in decreasing the number of students expelled over the past decade. But an activist group says that some district policies negatively impact Hispanic and Black students’ education at a disproportionate rate. Members...

South Valley Civic Theatre adapts to pandemic restrictions

With live, indoor entertainment one of the first activities to be prohibited during the Covid-19 era, and likely one of the last that will be allowed to resume, things have been difficult for theater groups across the country. South...

Editorial: Thrill on the Alley

With distanced outdoor dining all the rage, there’s never been a better time to roll out Gilroy’s long marinating Gourmet Alley project. The branded corridor, which runs between Monterey and Eigleberry streets from 3rd to 7th, has had its cool-sounding name for...

Letter: America is in trouble

We have a big election this year. President Trump seems to think this is Joe Biden’s America, well it’s not, it’s Donald Trump’s America, where mayhem and chaos is now an everyday thing! Trump is a failure in every...

Letter: PG&E working to reduce shutoffs

At PG&E, we know how disruptive shutoff events are to our customers. This year, we are improving Public Safety Power Shutoffs by making events smaller in size, shorter in length and smarter for our customers. Our goal is to...