Click on the headlines below to read stories and opinions published in the June 30 – July 13, 2021, issue


Main story: Betando says goodbye to MHUSD after more than 7 years

 

Nonprofit profile: Cafe’s fundraiser helps ‘Pay It Forward’

 

Alison Turner is an aspiring singer who will perform national anthem

 

Guest column by Matthew Kennedy: Personal Rapid Transit might be way of the future

 

Editorial: It’s great to get back to normal, but let’s remain vigilant

 

Around Town … with Robert Airoldi: Celebrate the Fourth of July, but also reflect on what it means

 

Women Leaders … with Kelly Barbazette: After finding personal success, resident volunteers and gives back

 

Environment: Residents face strict water restrictions as state deals with drought

 

Community Voices… with Joe Alderese: Without a reliable water supply, life will be difficult in the South Valley

 

Music in the Air … with Mark ‘Fenny’ Fenichel: Live music begins to come back

 

Morgan Hill Rotary club cleans Galvan Park

 

Family: Magical Bridge Inclusive Playground set to open later this summer

 

Your Garden … with Kate Russell: The right soil chemistry balance will go a long way for healthy plants

 

Your Retirement … with Marisa Otto: As part of your financial well-being, are trust services the right tool for you?

 

Community supporter Cricket Rubino will be honored at Leadership Morgan Hill tributes

 

Winners announced in 2021 Freedom Fest youth essay contest

 

Home of the Week: Selected by the South County Realtors Alliance


 

Robert Airoldi