Click on the headlines below to read stories and columns published in the April 21 – May 4, 2021 issue

Main story: El Toro fifth graders share how COVID-19 impacts their lives and learning

Nonprofit profile: City re-opens summer recreation programs

Guest Column by Barbara-Lea Granter: Shuttered for more than a year, Gilroy Gardens welcomes guests May 22

Editorial: When driving, don’t get distracted by digital devices

Around Town … with Robert Airoldi: Sheriff bomb squad successfully detonates Civil War-era cannonball

Your Pets … with Dr. Jeanne Haggerty-Arcay: Are your four-legged family members going on the road with you?

Latino Leaders … with Vanessa Soto: Father Rubio serves South Valley faithful at Gilroy’s St. Mary Parish

Council adopts emergency ordinance banning distribution centers

County plans to reopen libraries, including MH and Gilroy, April 19

Garlic featured in children’s book about an elephant searching for the herb

Your Garden … with Kate Russell: Daddy longlegs get nutrition from decomposing plant and animal matter

Community Voices … with Tony Estremera: Valley Water looks to address many challenges throughout the year

Downtown … with David Dindak: As vaccinations increase, more downtown events will take place

Your Estate … with James Ward: Are your accounts safely in a trust?

Your Retirement … with Marisa Otto: A long-lasting Mother’s Day gift

Community Voices … with Anna Prunicki: Oakwood School students relish in speaking with ISS astronaut



Robert Airoldi