A San Jose man died in a traffic collision on U.S. 101 in South County early this morning, according to police.
A coalition of South County churches issued a “statement of unity” that promises to continue to follow local public health guidelines for reopening, even though places of worship in neighboring counties have begun to open their doors again.
Five more victims of the Gilroy Garlic Festival mass shooting—including the family of Keyla Salazar—have filed claims for damages against the city for death, injuries and other trauma suffered as a result of the incident.
As of May 11, there have been a total of 2,341 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Santa Clara County, according to the county public health department’s website. A total of 129 people have died with Covid-19.
Bay Area authorities warned residents and business owners that although Gov. Gavin Newsom offered guidance today about how non-essential businesses can start to slowly reopen, such plans are not currently in effect at the local level.
Two employees at United Natural Foods’ Gilroy distribution center that tested positive for Covid-19 have recovered and returned to work, the company confirmed.
Second Harvest Food Bank has responded to the growing need for food assistance among local residents by increasing the frequency of grocery giveaways at some South County distribution sites.
The mayors of Morgan Hill, Gilroy and 14 other cities signed a letter asking Santa Clara County officials to substantially increase COVID-19 testing capacities before reopening communities to normal business.
Residents, homeowners, public officials and business owners can begin submitting comments on the draft environmental study for the High Speed Rail section that is slated to pass through the South Valley.
The Santa Clara County Coroner’s Office identified the motorcyclist as Tyler Reyes, 25, of Gilroy.