Monthly Archives: September, 2019
Another Taste of Morgan Hill is in the books, as thousands of visitors and residents enjoyed shopping, eating, dancing and socializing at the two-day food and art festival in downtown Morgan Hill Sept. 27 and 28.
Santa Clara County residents in need of emergency police, fire or medical services can now send a text to 911 to request a response.
Aziza Calvert admits she can overanalyze things at times, which makes her anxious at certain points in a match. So when Sobrato High girls...
In 4-H, the youth get hands-on experience with small animal projects like dogs, chickens or rabbits, and big animal projects such as sheep, swine, goats, cattle and horses.
Stand up for the environment. Stand up for the trees. Stand up for the birds. Stand up for the bees and insects.
Gilroy has not been forgotten. That's been evident by the continued support from the various Bay Area professional sports teams. Three weeks after the...
Saturday, Sept. 21 was California Coastal Cleanup Day in Santa Clara County, and it included the creeks and rivers that flow to the coast, including Coyote Creek.
Morgan Hill resident Sam Koldewyn achieved the rank of Eagle Scout after improving a crumbling, unsafe paver patio at Oakwood School.
Local students, activists and public officials descended on Morgan Hill City Hall the afternoon of Sept. 20 to raise awareness of climate change and encourage others—including government officials—to take action for a healthier environment.
Local public safety and health authorities are advising residents of an increase in fentanyl overdoses in Santa Clara County, and the growing presence of counterfeit pain pills that contain the powerful opioid.