Live Oak High School’s first-round playoff football game against Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep has been postponed for a third time today due to unsafe air quality, according to a Facebook announcement from Morgan Hill Unified School District.The...
A renewed push to get permanent bleachers and lights at Ann Sobrato High School is facing the same major roadblock that it has for more than a decade: San Jose’s Greenline/Urban Growth Boundary. Morgan...
Morgan Hill Unified School District’s governing body will welcome five new faces to its dais after the conclusion of the Nov. 6 election. First-time candidates Vanessa Sutter, Wendy Sullivan, John Horner and Carol Gittens...
When 21-year-old Gavilan College student Brandon Puthoff learned about the new drone program being offered at the Coyote Valley campus north of Morgan Hill, he jumped on the opportunity...
Morgan Hill Unified School District’s Debra Chappell and Gilroy Unified School District’s Rachael Cornaggia are among 36 top teachers who were honored “for their excellence in the classroom, commitment to professional development and dedication to students, school...
Morgan Hill Police have determined a threatening message posted on Snapchat that was possibly aimed at Britton Middle School “originated in another state” and there is “no credible threat” to the school located at 80 W. Central...
Morgan Hill Unified School District’s Board of Trustees ratified a new three-year contract with its administrators that included a 1.5-percent pay raise for the 2018-19 school term at its Oct. 16 meeting. The Morgan...
 Morgan Hill Unified School District wants families of young children to know, “It’s Kindergarten Roundup Time!,” and district staff will host a Nov. 3 information event at Morgan Hill Community & Cultural Center (17000 Monterey Road).
With nearly 438,000 children living in Santa Clara County, it is important elected officials and voters understand how funding and policy decisions impact children’s lives, according to an Oct. 11 announcement from the County Office of Education.
The Times sent three questions to all of the local candidates for the Gavilan College Board of Trustees in contested races for the Nov. 6 election. Answers were limited to 50 words each question.

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