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Sharks, Gilroy eye rec skating rink

The Gilroy City Council last week inked a one-year exclusivity agreement with Sharks Sports Entertainment LLC, as a first step toward building a recreational ice skating facility in the city.

Federal funding pulled from High-Speed Rail

The Federal Rail Administration has pulled funding for California’s High-Speed Rail Project. In a letter sent to High-Speed Rail Authority President, Brian...

City apologizes for Amgen traffic snafu

Morgan Hill residents received an apology from City Hall on Tuesday evening for traffic delays following the Amgen Tour of California passing through the city.

Trump tweets could stall High-Speed Rail

The $79 billion High-Speed Rail that promises to connect Northern and Southern California could be stalled in its tracks by a new...

Cordoba Center nears approval decision

Santa Clara County planners and supervisors could vote this month on plans by the South Valley Islamic Community for a major multi-use...

Wasserman addresses ICE detainers

The February murder of Santa Clara resident Bambi Larson by undocumented immigrant Carlos Eduardo Arevalo-Carranza, triggered a continuing debate within the county...

Parking garage safety project underway

The city’s “parking structure safety enhancement” project is underway at the three-story downtown garage, nearing completion of a project that was first...

County struggles with preserving rural lands

Santa Clara County is considering options for rezoning ordinances in unincorporated agricultural lands in an attempt to better preserve open space.

Council certifies Madrone petition

In January, the City Council unanimously approved two hotels to be built in the Madrone business park. The decision has resulted in...

Public meetings scheduled on Cordoba Center

The Cordoba Center, a mosque and community center in unincorporated San Martin, is moving toward another round of public hearings after county...

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Garlic Festival contract is 34 years old

The City of Gilroy is bracing itself for potential litigation over the Gilroy Garlic Festival mass shooting July 28 that bloodied the last day of the festival.

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A taste of Andy’s Orchard

About 450 people visited Andy’s Orchard in Morgan Hill for a special tour and stone fruit tasting Aug. 3.