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December 9, 2023

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Building futures together

Learning Services Corporation has continued to build futures for people with acquired brain injuries in Gilroy for more than 25 years.  Pictured are KayRee Shreeve, program manager, Prandy Kelly, case manager, Eleanor Saavedra, program nurse, Guadalupe Zambrano, managing lead, Lindsey L’Amoreaux, day program coordinator, and Rebecca Kurumada, national director of marketing. The ribbon-cutting was held Jan. 12. For more information, call (408) 848-4379.

Germains Seed Technology grows in Gilroy

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, just east of downtown near Leavesley Road. The...

Station 55 celebrates new owners

On Oct. 12, the community welcomed Station 55’s new owners, Shauna and Charles Davis, to downtown Gilroy. Their restaurant is located at 55 Fifth Street. They received enthusiastic support from the fire department, friends, family and the Gilroy Chamber of Commerce.

State grants Open Space Authority $1.2M for Coyote Valley preservation plan

The Board of the State Coastal Conservancy recently authorized funding totaling $84 million for projects throughout California to protect and restore coastal lands, increase coastal resilience to climate change, improve public access to the coast and reduce the impact of wildfire on coastal lands.  Locally,...

Beer business brewing in downtown Gilroy

Downtown Gilroy is going to get a lot more brew-tiful in 2018. By the end of the year, the downtown will add two new breweries, Promised Land Brewing Company and Lonely Oak Brew Pub and Pizzeria. Bartenders Union, a place for the low-key lovers...