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September 26, 2022

Pellerin, Lawler hold lead in 28th Assembly District election

Retired Santa Cruz County Clerk Gail Pellerin holds a steady lead in the four-way race for the 28th Assembly District, according to election officials. Results from the June 7 primary election, posted on the California Secretary of State’s website, show Pellerin leading the vote tally...

Gavilan College receives anonymous $40K gift

An anonymous $40,000 donation made to Gavilan College recently was also the largest one-time gift it has ever received, according to the college. The check, which arrived in April, was addressed to President/Superintendent Kathleen Rose. The donation seemed at first to be made completely anonymously,...

Microbusiness grants available 

Under direction from the County of Santa Clara, the Enterprise Foundation opened the Microbusiness Grant portal for local eligible businesses to apply for grants of $2,500 each. In January, the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors accepted approximately $2.4 million from the California Microbusiness Covid-19...

Lofgren visits Salinas Valley, receives nod from Panetta, Rivas

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As the decennial redistricting process wrapped up last month, the concern from The World’s Salad Bowl started to mount. Local politicians, regional business giants and other community leaders asked how a plan to pair the international agricultural hub with the Silicon Valley could stand. Now,...

Local Scene: More microbusiness grants, candidate forums

Second round opens for microbusiness grants The County of Santa Clara and the Enterprise Foundation have begun accepting applications for a second round of Microbusiness Grants.  Applications for the first 500 grants opened on March 17 on a first-come, first-served basis and more than 1,000 applications...

Local Scene: Library to resume full hours

Library to open on Sundays The Morgan Hill Library will resume full service hours on Jan. 24. The library will be open Monday-Wednesday from 12-9pm, Thursday-Saturday from 10am-6pm and Sunday from 1-5pm. The public can now reserve community rooms and large rooms, which will be available starting...

Religion: In defense of religion

It happened in the ‘70s, driving in my Camaro, I heard it for the first time, the song that would become iconic not just in the USA but around the world. The song was entitled “Imagine,” a beautiful song, a contagious song, written and...

Morgan Hill Inn to host blood drive Jan. 5

Morgan Hill Inn, located at 16250 Monterey Road, will host a community blood drive with Stanford Blood Center from 12-4pm Jan. 5. Walk-in availability may be limited, so donors are encouraged to make an appointment by visiting https://stanford.io/3srbSjC or by calling 888.723.7831. Donors will be...

Photos: Northern California Renaissance Fair

The Northern California Renaissance Faire festivities continued this past weekend as hundreds of guests showed up to celebrate Oktoberfest inside the makeshift town of Willington at Casa de Fruta. The festival features crafts such as ceramics and sculpture, clothing, glass art, hats and garlands, jewelry...

Religion: On the shoulders of trailblazers

Forty years ago I had one of my earliest “calls” or moments imagining my future as a rabbi. I grew up in New Jersey in an observant Reform Jewish home. In the summer of 1982, I was a participant in a Reform Jewish social action...

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