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May 26, 2024

Causes of Refugee Crisis

I have introduced legislation to address the root causes of the refugee crisis in Central America before it reaches our border: the Northern Triangle and Border Stabilization Act. This is a comprehensive, five-pronged strategy to combat the underlying violence and instability that compels thousands...

Tragedy impacted entire community

On behalf of the City of Morgan Hill and the Morgan Hill City Council, we would like to express our sincere sympathy and condolences to all involved with and impacted by the tragic event that occurred at the Morgan Hill Ford Store June 25....

South County Catholic HS plans hinge on LAFCO’s decision

While a city annexation plan is moving forward once again, the brainstorming behind a South County Catholic high school is already well under way and has been for a number of years.

Gourmet greatness

Morgan Hill’s ever-burgeoning dining scene is more than just an important element of downtown: it is downtown Morgan Hill, at least on the days when no festivals, concerts or special events are taking place.

Cities pledge solutions to homeless crisis

With homelessness worsening, Californians are rightly frustrated that our state, with its abundance of wealth and resources, has not made better progress in helping people get off the streets and into housing. There is plenty of blame to go around. Major contributing factors include the...

Pinnacle signs lease for Butterfield 5 tech site

Oregon-based Pinnacle recently leased a space in the new Butterfield 5 Tech Park on the 18200 block of Butterfield Boulevard in Morgan Hill.  The company is the first to occupy a portion of the Butterfield 5 site, which was built by Trammell Crow Company in...

A rare breed in Morgan Hill

The Mains family, of Morgan Hill, was not searching for one of the rarest breeds of dog in the world before they found Mac, one of less than 50 Barbado da Terceira canines in the U.S.  The Mains—a family of five with three sons aged...

Wet weather ‘a big boost’ for district’s reservoir levels

Santa Clara County’s water storage reservoirs are at healthy levels due to the rainy winter, according to Valley Water.  The local water district’s 10 reservoirs are collectively about 130% of their normal water levels for this time of year, Valley Water spokesperson Matt Keller said...

Hendrickson becomes first candidate to enter Persky recall election

Cindy Seeley Hendrickson, a candidate who recently opened a campaign to replace Judge Aaron Persky in the potential recall election in June 2018, will be on hand for a community meet-and-greet at 5pm tonight at Huntington Station. (50 E. Third St.)

Morgan Hill’s Nahono ‘Naho’ Yanagi bakes for the win on Food Network series

Nahono “Naho” Yanagi didn’t have much experience in the culinary arts merely a couple years ago, but the Morgan Hill 13-year-old is thriving as one of the few remaining contestants on a popular baking competition broadcast nationwide on the Food Network.  Nahono has been a...