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Mixed-use project to ‘realign’ Depot Street

Morgan Hill’s General Plan through 2035 calls for a rerouting of Depot Street on the southeast corner of downtown, through the Community...

Businesses tackle A-Frame issues

A-Frame signs line the sidewalks in and around downtown Morgan Hill, advertising for business both in town and outside the city limits. These signs have been a point of controversy between business owners, the city and residents.

City considers raising impact fees

The Morgan Hill City Council is set to consider a proposal to increase and change the impact fees the city charges developers.

New route recommendation released

Valley Transit Authority (VTA) staff has made seven recommendations for changes in service to existing local routes. Many of the changes include...

City to ask for full count of petition signatures

After Morgan Hill hoteliers turned over their signed petition opposing two hotels proposed in Madrone Business park, the petitions were sent to...

New Plan for farmworker housing

Growing up in farmworker housing in Paicines, California informed how newly elected state Assemblymember Robert Rivas ran his campaign for his District...

Helping families get off the streets

Faced with soaring numbers of people who are homeless on city streets and in commercial parking lots, Morgan Hill continues to experiment...

An answer to flooding in Morgan Hill

It’s a sight that’s familiar to Morgan Hill residents—a heavy rain that causes Llagas Creek to rise, threatening to fill downtown streets...

Mayor focuses on economic vision for 2019

Morgan Hill Mayor Rich Constantine gave his first State of the City address to a crowded City Council chambers on March 13.

Hoteliers turn over petition signatures

Asit Panwala, an attorney whose parents own the Comfort Inn, has been speaking on behalf of hoteliers who oppose the construction of two new lodging facilities in Madrone Village. He told the Times that the petition received 3,965 signatures, and he is confident most of those will be certified. Some signatures may not count on the petition because the signer lives outside of city limits or is not a registered voter.

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Sheriff: Traffic stop yields guns, drugs

Sheriff’s deputies arrested two people after finding drugs and illegal firearms during a traffic stop in San Martin Monday morning.

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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.