Click HERE to see stories published in the June 5 – June 18, 2019 Morgan Hill Life

Main story: Gilroy resident wins inaugural Mardi Gras cooking contest

Nonprofit profile: Step back in time, celebrate end of Prohibition with Morgan Hill Historical Society

Guest column by Marty Cheek: If we lose our free press, we lose our freedoms — and we lose our nation

Editorial: Teach your children to be vigilant about fire safety

Around Town . . . with Robert Airoldi: Let’s celebrate America, the Freedom Fest is looking for volunteers

Downtown Morgan Hill with Steve Tate: Plenty to see and do on a walk through downtown

Chamber of Commerce Calendar

Chamber of Commerce — Breakfast

Music in the Air . . .with Mark ‘Fenny’ Fenichel: Put on your cowboy boots and dance the day away to country music

Your Garden . . .with Kate Russell: Warm, moist conditions means basil downy mildew threatens local crops

Community Voices by Brigid O’Rourke: Leadership project upgrades bicycle racks in downtown Morgan Hill

Community Voices by Alissa Crispin: Morgan Hill Senior Center recruiting volunteers to support older adults

County government: Cordoba Center plans sent back for revisions

Rain dampens Morgan Hill Mushroom Mardi Gras revenue

Christopher High School grad crowned  Gilroy Garlic Festival Queen

South Valley Civic Theatre’s production of ‘Gypsy’ sure to entertain with catchy show tunes

Senior profile: Connected to the community, Al Pinheiro returns to his roots

Honoring Those Who Died

CALENDAR: June 5 – June 18, 2019 Morgan Hill Life