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.
It was a platform nearly every elected official in Morgan Hill ran on in the 2018 election: bring high-paying jobs to Morgan Hill. South County planners have long sought to get commuters out...
In the middle of a drenching rain storm Feb. 14, a group of protestors gathered outside the Morgan Hill office of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in hopes of shutting it down. The protest,...
Morgan Hill hotel owners are fighting the City Council’s decision to approve the zoning amendment that will allow two hotels to be built in Madrone Village. The council first approved a zoning amendment...
Increasing tourism and attracting more visitors to Morgan Hill has been a renewed focus for the city with the passage of an increased transient occupancy tax in the November election and the formation of the Tourism Business...
Increasing tourism to Morgan Hill has been a renewed focus for the city with the passing of an increased transient occupancy tax during the November 2018 election and the formation of the Tourism Business District.

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Locals graduate from Monte Vista

Nearly 60 students from Gilroy, Morgan Hill, San Martin, Hollister and San Juan Bautista were among the 166 to graduate from Monte...

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