Morgan Hill city leaders have long prided themselves on the city’s growth plan and related housing requirements—with growth measures in place since the 1970s and policies requiring residential developments to include below-market-rate homes in their plans.
The City of Morgan Hill announced June 13 that city officials and staff will use the Polco platform to get residents’ feedback on government work and city issues. Polco is a website and...
This year’s Democratic state convention in San Francisco offered a select group of party regulars a sneak preview of Democratic campaign themes. Included among the 3,400 delegates at the May 31-June 2 convention were...
Santa Clara County staff has recommended the planning commission approve the Cordoba Center mosque, community center and cemetery project proposed by the by the South Valley Islamic Community. The project has been in the...
Local voters will get to decide if a developer can build two hotels in the Madrone Business Park in north Morgan Hill. The city council, which gave its approval for the hotels months ago, has scheduled a...
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 Kelly, the FRA said it will be terminating the 2010 cooperative agreement between the two...
In January, the City Council unanimously approved two hotels to be built in the Madrone business park. The decision has resulted in a months-long battle between existing hoteliers, the city and the project developers.
The Cordoba Center, a mosque and community center in unincorporated San Martin, is moving toward another round of public hearings after county staff reviewed an environmental study of the project. Several community input sessions are scheduled throughout...
After Morgan Hill hoteliers turned over their signed petition opposing two hotels proposed in Madrone Business park, the petitions were sent to be certified by the Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters. Typically the...
Growing up in farmworker housing in Paicines, California informed how newly elected state Assemblymember Robert Rivas ran his campaign for his District 30 seat, and now it’s informing one of his first proposed pieces of legislation.

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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.