Published in the July 5 – July 18, 2017 issue of Morgan Hill Life

Main story: Dancers take audiences on a ballet trip through the looking glass

Guest column by Nikhita Gopisetty: Morgan Hill teen to lobby for Type 1 diabetes cure

Nonprofit profile: Get your fill of local backyard railroads and help feed the hungry

Editorial: Take precautions to stay cool during heat advisories

Senior, 98, enjoys local festivals, riding roller coasters and Ladera

Around Town . . . with Robert Airoldi: Two South Valley beer lovers take second place in national competition

Community Voices . . . with Kathy Sullivan: Historical society, city partner to maintain Villa Mira Monte for the future

Chamber by John Horner: Let’s build an economically balanced MH

Ribbon Cutting — Matthew E. Warnock, DDS

Overall Morgan Hill is a safe place to live, MHPD police chief says

Community Voices . . . with Theresa Kiernan: Morgan Hill resident Lisa DeSilva to be honored as a dedicated leader

Music in the Air . . . with Mark ‘Fenny’ Fenichel: Music is in your life and it affects your feelings in so many ways

Your Retirement . . .with Dan Newquist: Advice to avoid becoming the ‘bank’ of mom and dad for kids

The Bigger Picture . . . with Marty CheekFinsbury Park violence brings back memories of living in the multi-cultural city of London

Your Estate . . . with James Ward: Who is qualified to help you with your estate planning documents?

Fantastic stage set plays a crucial role in SCVT’s ‘Willy Wonka’ musical

Senior profile: Morgan Hill woman celebrates her 100th birthday on America’s Independence Day

Politics: Assemblymember discusses pros and cons of single-payer health bill

Dining profile: Rosy’s chef uses lessons he learned from masters to enhance menu

Community Voices . . . with Supervisor Mike Wasserman: County’s 2017-’18 budget shows significant investment in South Valley

Calendar: July 5 – July 18, 2017 issue

Robert Airoldi

Robert Airoldi

Robert Airoldi is the editor of Morgan Hill Life newspaper. If you have a story idea or an Around Town column item you want to tell him about, you can reach him at (408) 427-5865 or at
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