College students may soon be allowed to sleep in their vehicles overnight on campuses across the state, if a new bill being reviewed by the State Assembly becomes a law. The parking proposal measure—proposed...
Several versions of Morgan Hill Unified School District’s Board of Education have requested information from district staff over the years about the possibility of broadcasting their meetings to improve public access. While neither the...
After only two years at the helm, Live Oak High School principal Maria Reitano notified staff earlier this week that she will not return for the 2019-2020 school term. “My time has been rich...
Before an enthusiastic audience of marching band proponents, Morgan Hill Unified School District’s Board of Education unanimously approved a new two-year pilot class that will allow high school students to receive physical education credit while participating in...
Morgan Hill Unified School District’s board of education wants to ask voters to help fund future facility upgrades with a new bond measure in 2020, according to Board President Mary Patterson. “Facilities Master Plan...
St. Catherine School sixth through eighth grade students will star in the inaugural spring production of “Legally Blonde Jr.” with showtimes this weekend at the 17500 Peak Avenue campus. Tickets are $15 at...
Morgan Hill school leaders continue to move forward with a plan to allow high school marching band members to receive physical education course credits for their participation in the new class. After several sessions...
U.S. Air Force Airman Kevin Mortweet—a 2018 Ann Sobrato High School alumnus—graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas, according to a March 25 announcement. The airman completed...
While city leaders continue to contemplate whether to become a player in the legal cannabis market, Morgan Hill school officials made their hard stance known opposing any city venture into the controversial industry. At...
Voices-Morgan Hill charter school leaders must spend $125,000 earmarked for facilities upgrades by Jan. 20, 2022 or return the funds to Morgan Hill Unified School District, per an amended agreement between the two parties.

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Goat yoga for justice

The Morgan Hill-based Show Up For Racial Justice’s Goat Yoga fundraiser was a baaah-last for about 40 participants at the May 11...

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The monster hit musical “Hamilton” has spurred interest across a wide swath of the American public in the earliest days of the...