Covid-19 deaths surpass 1,000 in Santa Clara County
Santa Clara County reached another “sobering milestone” in the fight against the novel coronavirus, as the number of deaths from Covid-19 surpassed 1,000 on Jan. 13.
New restaurants push ahead despite pandemic restrictions
Jon Cuilla and his fellow co-owners planned to open Pour Decisions Taproom in Hollister in September 2019. John Holder, the owner of Brew City Burgers in Gilroy, was thinking along roughly the same timeline. However, both of the ventures got delayed, and then the...
Science writers answer questions about SCU, CZU fires
Last summer’s wildfires had Silicon Valley glued to its screens to track multiple blazes as they encroached from different directions.
Covid-19: Vaccine now available for locals age 75 and up
Santa Clara County residents age 75 and older are now eligible for a Covid-19 vaccination through certain healthcare providers, according to county officials.
Police blotter: Stolen vehicles, domestic violence
A resident of an apartment complex in Morgan Hill was arrested on suspicion of domestic battery after a neighbor reported hearing a couple fighting through the walls.
Santa Clara County: Beware of fake vaccine texts
Text messages circulating in Santa Clara County are wrongly informing residents that they can register to receive the Covid-19 vaccine based on an “extra” supply of doses, health officials warned. According to Santa Clara County Public Health, some residents have reported that they received text...
Sheriff’s office creates right-wing terror task force
The Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office on Jan. 12 announced it is assembling a “special task force” to investigate and combat right-wing terrorists.
Two suspects arrested after Morgan Hill burglary, carjacking, pursuit
A woman and her juvenile accomplice were arrested Friday after robbing a Morgan Hill department store, then carjacking a victim when they realized their getaway vehicle left them at the initial crime scene, police said.
Bay Area stay-home order extended indefinitely
Local business owners and city officials are bracing again for a prolonged stay-at-home order, which was indefinitely extended by state officials over the weekend as the Bay Area’s hospital capacity remains dangerously low.
Covid-19: By the numbers in Morgan Hill
As of Jan. 11, there have been 83,655 cases of Covid-19 in Santa Clara County.