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PG&E to turn off power for 800,000 customers

Northern California’s largest utility provider confirmed Tuesday afternoon that it will “proactively” turn off power for nearly 800,000 customers—including an unknown number in Morgan Hill—as a forecast of high winds moves onto the coast.

Sheriff adds security to Pumpkin Park

The Morgan Hill Pumpkin Park at Uesugi Farms celebrated its opening weekend Sept. 28-29 welcoming thousands of visitors to the fall fun season.

Youth urge climate change action

Local students, activists and public officials descended on Morgan Hill City Hall the afternoon of Sept. 20 to raise awareness of climate change and encourage others—including government officials—to take action for a healthier environment.

County warns of ‘fake pills’ with deadly fentanyl

Local public safety and health authorities are advising residents of an increase in fentanyl overdoses in Santa Clara County, and the growing presence of counterfeit pain pills that contain the powerful opioid.

Granada Hotel rises on Monterey Road

Construction crews have been busy this summer pouring concrete, hammering rebar, digging holes and erecting walls for the Granada Hotel in the...

Back to school

More than 8,000 local students last week returned to school at Morgan Hill Unified School District’s 13 campuses.

Morgan Hill survives internet, cell outage

The accident that caused the outage occurred near Monterey Road and Ronan Avenue just north of Gilroy, Picciolo said.

Sources: Traffic accident caused internet outage

Charter Communications spokesman Bret Picciolo said the outage resulted from a traffic accident the morning of Aug. 8 that damaged a utility pole and overhead lines transmitting data and phone service.

FBI finds Garlic Festival killer’s target list

The FBI is investigating the Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting as a domestic terrorism incident. In making the announcement in...

Internet, cell service down in Morgan Hill

Many residents and businesses in Morgan Hill have experienced spotty or nonexistent cellular and Wi-Fi service after a construction crew accidentally destroyed a high-bandwidth fiber optic line the morning of Aug. 8, according to authorities.

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PG&E: Power restored to most customers

PG&E reported at 12pm Oct. 11 that electricity had been restored to about 543,000 customers who were impacted by the Public Safety Power Shutoff. Ninety-four percent of customers in Santa Clara County have had their electricity restored since the PSPS began.

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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.