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July 30, 2021

County investigating Covid-19 ‘cluster’ at Costco

County health officials are investigating four Costco stores, including Gilroy, on reports of Covid-19 “clusters.” According to Santa Clara County Public Health, six employees of the 7251 Camino Arroyo store in Gilroy tested positive for Covid-19 between July 24-30. The Sunnyvale location had 13 confirmed cases...

‘Place branding’ grants offered for outdoor businesses

Through a new “Place Branding Partnership” grant program, the City of Morgan Hill aims to work with local business owners to commit to a long-term future of outdoor activity as the Covid-19 pandemic and social distancing guidelines drag on with no end in sight.

Pizza persists under dining limitations

While restrictions on public gatherings and indoor activities in Santa Clara County continue to take a toll on local businesses, at least one Morgan Hill restaurant owner is hoping to beat the downturn on the strength of a loyal customer following, unique menu offerings and outdoor dining.

Garlic facility sale terminated

An investment firm’s $110 million deal to buy a Gilroy onion and garlic processing facility fell through due to financial difficulties caused by Covid-19. Olam International, one of Gilroy’s largest private employers, announced in November that it had sold its onion and garlic processing facility...

SBA lists Morgan Hill loan recipients

More than 150 companies in Morgan Hill have collectively received millions of dollars worth of loans through the Small Business Administration since the Covid-19 pandemic began.

Christopher Ranch employee tests positive for Covid-19

Garlic production temporarily shut down in one building at Christopher Ranch after an employee tested positive for Covid-19 at the end of last week. Executive vice president Ken Christopher confirmed the case, and said Santa Clara County health officials are present at the ranch June...

Garlic production kicks off, alleviates nationwide shortage

Garlic is back. For now, at least. Christopher Ranch in Gilroy announced that its garlic harvest season kicked off last week, and the 100 million pounds of its California-grown product will soon fill store shelves nationwide, providing relief for grocers and fans of the so-called...