Your Pets . . . with Dr. Jeanne Haggerty-Arcay: Pets appear not susceptible to COVID-19, but owners stay cautious

2020-03-21T08:56:27-07:00

Veterinary hospitals are open to refill medication By Dr. Jeanne Haggerty-Arcay We are in the midst of an unprecedented medical crisis, with the Bay Area being among the most severely affected regions.  Health officials, government officials and [...]

Your Pets . . . with Dr. Jeanne Haggerty-Arcay: Pets appear not susceptible to COVID-19, but owners stay cautious2020-03-21T08:56:27-07:00

Guest column by Rich Constantine: Mayor urges residents to remain calm, stay at home and share the bare necessities

2020-03-21T12:55:20-07:00

By working together, Morgan Hill will get through this in a strong and resilient manner Photo by Marty CheekCity of Morgan Hill officials closed all playgrounds in city parks due to the COVID-19 outbreak, including this [...]

Guest column by Rich Constantine: Mayor urges residents to remain calm, stay at home and share the bare necessities2020-03-21T12:55:20-07:00

Around Town . . . with Robert Airoldi: Cricket Rubino named the 2020 Leadership Excellence Award recipient

2020-02-12T07:09:13-08:00

Rubino has a reputation for being genuine, caring, positive and charismatically outgoing By Robert Airoldi Longtime Morgan Hill volunteer and community proponent Cricket Rubino is the 2020 recipient of the prestigious Leadership Excellence Award from the nonprofit [...]

Around Town . . . with Robert Airoldi: Cricket Rubino named the 2020 Leadership Excellence Award recipient2020-02-12T07:09:13-08:00

2020 Woman of Year volunteers because she loves hometown

2020-01-11T11:27:06-08:00

Former councilmember was the Chamber's Student of the Year 18 years ago Photo courtesy Morgan Hill Chamber of CommerceCaitlin Jachimowicz, center, flanked by her father Phil Robinett, left, and her father-in-law, Albie Jachimowicz. By Marty [...]

2020 Woman of Year volunteers because she loves hometown2020-01-11T11:27:06-08:00