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Guest column by Dr. Kathleen Rose: Reflections and renewal — the way forward at Gavilan

2020-07-10T17:26:27-07:00

The Board of Trustees has approved “Phase I Reductions,” saving $2.6 million Volunteers deliver food to Gavilan Community College students April 7. The college has several programs to help students while they are learning online.Photo courtesy [...]

Guest column by Dr. Kathleen Rose: Reflections and renewal — the way forward at Gavilan2020-07-10T17:26:27-07:00

Two downtown businesses deal in their own ways with COVID-19 crisis

2020-06-28T10:07:07-07:00

Downtown Morgan Hill shops and restaurants manage to stay open despite pandemic challenges By Rosy Bergin and Cherisse White Undoubtedly, these are extraordinary times! For this column, the Morgan Hill Downtown Association would like to feature the [...]

Two downtown businesses deal in their own ways with COVID-19 crisis2020-06-28T10:07:07-07:00

Local Latino community hit hard financially by COVID-19 crisis

2020-06-28T10:28:18-07:00

Resources available to help families, individuals in need By Vanessa Soto Jose Jesus Gonzales, a garlic packer at Gilroy’s Christopher Ranch, is one of many Latinos whose working hours were severely cut by the COVID-19 crisis. Before [...]

Local Latino community hit hard financially by COVID-19 crisis2020-06-28T10:28:18-07:00

Community Voices by Linnie Lee: Together we can make changes

2020-06-28T10:42:03-07:00

Blacks also have a unique history with police and law enforcement institutions By Linnie Lee Tessa Landers, a fifth grader at El Toro Elementary School, won first-place in this year’s Freedom Fest essay contest describing how Rosa [...]

Community Voices by Linnie Lee: Together we can make changes2020-06-28T10:42:03-07:00

Shoppers return to Premium Outlets as stores begin to reopen

2020-06-28T11:40:47-07:00

Customers, store staff must follow COVID-19 health guidelines A shopper wait to enter Sketchers in the Gilroy Premium Outlets as the county begins to slowly reopen businesses. Photo by Vanessa Soto By Vanessa Soto Shoppers [...]

Shoppers return to Premium Outlets as stores begin to reopen2020-06-28T11:40:47-07:00

The Buzz at the Hub . . . with Dorie Sugay: Senior Center goes virtual, but continues to deliver meals to seniors

2020-06-12T17:41:26-07:00

Senior Center team continues to provide services despite COVID-19 stay-in-place orders By Dorie Sugay Dorie Sugay Sandra Madriles, nutrition coordinator for the Senior Cafe, serves barbecue ribs.Photo by Marty Cheek March 16 was [...]

The Buzz at the Hub . . . with Dorie Sugay: Senior Center goes virtual, but continues to deliver meals to seniors2020-06-12T17:41:26-07:00

Guest column by SURJ South County: Hundreds march for racial justice in Morgan Hill and Gilroy

2020-06-12T17:06:25-07:00

As Fannie Lou Hamer says, “Nobody’s free until everybody’s free.” We cannot become complacent again By Showing Up for Racial Justice South County On Sunday, May 31, in downtown Morgan Hill, SURJ South County (a chapter of [...]

Guest column by SURJ South County: Hundreds march for racial justice in Morgan Hill and Gilroy2020-06-12T17:06:25-07:00