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Gilroy Foundation grant cycle opens in Dec.

The 2020 Grant Cycle opens on Dec. 1 and closes on Jan. 31, 2020. All nonprofits with a 501(c)(3) status, GUSD schools, and Gilroy City programs are eligible to apply for a Gilroy Foundation grant that will serve the Gilroy community. Since 1982, the Gilroy Foundation...

County business fair set

The County of Santa Clara’s Procurement Department is hosting the Business Diversity Fair Dec. 2. Various county departments and agencies will be on-site to meet with local businesses to discuss competitive business opportunities. County representatives will answer questions and provide guidance on competitive bidding and...

Gilroy police receive traffic enforcement grant

The Gilroy Police Department received a $96,000 grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) for a one-year enforcement and education program, according to authorities. The grant will fund various law enforcement activities in Gilroy intended to reduce deaths and injuries on the roads....

Power shutoffs and fire safety

Like you, I am frustrated with how PG&E has been handling power shutoffs in our county. PG&E’s decision to execute power shutoffs is very costly, both to local governments and to our residents, who understandably feel ignored, scared and angry. A utility company has a...

Brett Miller is new acting city manager in Hollister

Brett Miller, Hollister’s assistant city manager and manager of administrative services, is acting city manager. Miller’s appointment Friday afternoon, Nov. 15, was one of the last acts of Bill Avera on his last day on the job before his retirement as city manager. One day earlier,...

No injuries in drive-by shooting from gray SUV in northwest Gilroy

Police are looking for a gray SUV that may have been involved in a Nov. 7 gang-related shooting in northwest Gilroy, according to authorities. Gilroy Police responded to a report of a shooting about 2:50pm in the area of Welburn Avenue and Doris Court. Officers...

House bill offers citizenship path

Five California Congress members, including Zoe Lofgren (District 19) and Jimmy Panetta (District 20) have unveiled a House bill to provide a path to citizenship for undocumented farmworkers. In an Oct. 30 “tele-press conference,” Lofgren and Panetta said their Farm Workforce Modernization Act would provide...

Cody Ahola knows how to get open

Before the season started, Cody Ahola had no idea how his first varsity football season would turn out. With only one game left in the year, it's safe to say the Christopher High wide receiver has been a breakout star. The 6-foot-2, 190-pound sophomore...

A Sunday without electricity

I awoke Sunday morning in Gilroy to the glowing, rose-colored sun (unfortunately from fires burning to the north), varying sounds of chimes blowing in the wind, happily chirping birds sitting in swaying trees and the rumbling vibrations of generators providing electricity—because as of 9pm...

Community Solutions to present ‘Historias de Mi Madre’

Community Solutions announced this week that its 12th annual production of Historias de Mi Madre (My Mother’s Stories) will celebrate the grassroots beginnings of services for intimate partner abuse, sexual assault and human trafficking in South County. Historias de Mi Madre XII: Inicios (Beginnings), explores...