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July 23, 2024

Police ID suspect in Gilroy native’s murder

Police released the name and photo of a man who allegedly shot and killed Gilroy native Tatyanna Mariah Lopez and her unborn child in an April incident in Merced. The Merced Police Department on July 16 posted on Facebook that officers are looking for Jonathan...

Chappell qualifies as mayoral write-in candidate

Morgan Hill resident Steve Chappell—known among locals as an active administrator of online social media community pages—has qualified as a write-in candidate for mayor in the Nov. 3 election.

Betando announces resignation from MHUSD

Morgan Hill Unified School District Superintendent Steve Betando announced today that he will resign from the district at the end of the current school year.

New downtown stop signs

Motorists traveling through downtown Morgan Hill might want to be extra alert as they get used to two new stop sign intersections on Depot Street.

Police seek to ID man caught on Specialized camera

Morgan Hill Police have released another image from surveillance camera footage related to the Dec. 13 burglary of Specialized Bicycle Components, in hopes of gaining more information about the incident.

Disney-themed home haunts Morgan Hill 

In celebration of the Halloween spirit, Morgan Hill resident Matthew Stein and his family are once again inviting the public to enjoy their Disney-themed haunted mansion display at their home on Llagas Vista Drive. The family-friendly walk-through display features animatronic characters, coffins, eerie lighting, ominous...

Jewelry store owner suspected in Gilroy homicide

The owner of a Gilroy jewelry store shot and killed a man he knew inside the business on June 24, according to new information released by the Gilroy Police Department. According to police, at about 1pm, officers responded to Littlejohn’s Fine Jewelry on the 8200...

Live Oak’s Karlie Lema signs with Cal

When Karlie Lema signed her letter of intent to play soccer for Cal Berkeley on Wednesday, the only people who were disappointed were Division I track and field coaches. Although she hasn’t ruled it out entirely, the Live Oak High senior has pretty much...

Internet outage no surprise to some, but frustration remains

On Feb. 3 in Morgan Hill, a construction contractor just south of town accidentally cut a fiber optic cable that provided telecommunications service for multiple providers and thousands of customers. The result was a 12-hour internet, cable and cell service outage that brought local...

New zoning for distribution centers in Morgan Hill?

Responding to an ongoing public refrain against the development of massive fulfillment centers in the city limits, the Morgan Hill City Council is considering a zoning amendment that would prohibit such distribution facilities.