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Outdoor dining, in-store retail to reopen June 5

Santa Clara County later this week will begin opening more “non-essential” businesses, including in-store retail, childcare and summer camps, outdoor dining and religious, cultural and civic activities.

County releases details on $97M in Covid costs

Santa Clara County released the most detailed look yet at its pandemic-related spending.

Fatality reported in Morgan Hill house fire

Firefighters reported that someone died in a house fire in southwest Morgan Hill late Wednesday night.

Covid-19 ‘cluster’ reported at MH company

As of May 26, thirty-eight employees of Lusamerica Foods, located at 16480 Railroad Avenue, have tested positive for the illness, Santa Clara County Public Health Officer Sara Cody told the supervisors’ Health and Hospital Committee on Tuesday.

Fentanyl deaths increase in Santa Clara County

Deaths from fentanyl, a powerful opioid drug, are drastically on the rise in Santa Clara County this year, and public health officials think stress and anxiety resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic might be contributing to the increase.

Five more Garlic Fest claims filed against city of Gilroy

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.

Bill to speed up dam project passes committee

A state assembly bill that would fast-track the seismic retrofitting of Anderson Dam in northeast Morgan Hill unanimously passed committee last week.

Nurses’ unions charge county with unfair labor practices

Two unions representing nurses and other essential employees of Santa Clara County jointly filed a claim accusing the county of unfair labor practices that left them insufficiently protected against Covid-19.

Chamber petition asks county to reopen economy

The Morgan Hill Chamber of Commerce, “frustrated and disheartened” with prolonged stay-at-home orders and their impact on local businesses, has begun circulating a petition asking county officials to begin reopening the economy.

Filings show sample of Morgan Hill layoffs

Specialized Bicycle Components laid off 63 employees on April 21, state filings show, as businesses across the country fight to stay alive during a pandemic-induced shutdown.