Published in the July 19 – August 1, 2017 issue of Gilroy Life

Main story: Morgan Hill FFA students prepare livestock for 2017 county fair

Guest column by Jan Bernstein-Chargin: Creating ‘tiny’ shelters for area’s homeless

Nonprofit profile – Parks and Recreation Department: Gilroy stage to transform into African savanna for ‘The Lion King’

Editorial: ID thefts are on the rise, stay vigilant to protect yourself

Q&A: Author sets murder mystery novel at an East Coast garlic festival

Around Town . . . with Robert Airoldi: Resident’s American flag proudly flew for the last time in Morgan Hill

SCVWD story: Water district continues call for voluntary 20 percent water reduction

Downtown Morgan Hill with Kathy Sullivan: It’s really tough to say farewell to Morgan Hill

Photo Op: Downtown Association — Moveable Feast

Local government: City agrees to ‘voluntarily’ go to district elections for council races

MHUSD: Survey shows Morgan Hill voters support tax for funding education

Your Garden … with Kate Russell: Tips to help your Morgan Hill plants beat the heat this summer

Music in the Air . . . with Mark ‘Fenny’ Fenichel: July has something for everyone as the summer music season heats up

The Bigger Picture . . .with Marty CheekRamblings contemplate what local Fourth of July celebrations really mean for American spirit

Your Retirement . . . with Marisa Otto:There are different financial moves for the ’empty-nesters’

CALENDAR of EVENTS: Published in the July 19 – August 1, 2017 issue of Gilroy Life


Garlic Festival brings South Valley communities together

It’s good to be queen, even better to be queen of the Garlic Festival

Chefs use ‘hot science’ to make Gourmet Alley’s famous flame-ups

2016 Garlicky Goodness Festival Memories!

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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