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June 14, 2021

Outdoor dining can resume in Santa Clara County

Citing decreasing Covid-19-related hospitalizations, California lifted the stay-at-home order statewide Jan. 25, allowing outdoor dining and other activities to resume in Santa Clara County. Santa Clara County has returned to the Purple Tier of the state’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy, which is based on...

Chabad supports local residents sheltering in place

A program started in mid-March by Chabad South County Jewish Center to offer care packages to local families and senior citizens sheltering in place has been so helpful that the effort has expanded to include anyone in need or isolated due to the restrictions of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Sobrato High has open coaching positions

With the high school sports calendar being changed due to Covid-19, several coaching positions are open at Sobrato High. The school is hiring for the following Varsity positions: football, boys water polo, boys volleyball, boys golf, boys swimming and girls swimming. Sobrato is also...

De Paul helps ‘decompress’ area hospitals

The newly renovated De Paul Health Center just opened for patient admissions in December, and the facility has already played a big part in helping Santa Clara County manage the recent surge in Covid-19 illnesses, according to county health officials. The former hospital building on...

Police blotter: Disturbances, burglary

A customer of Super Taqueria, 15840 Monterey Road, created a disturbance inside the restaurant when he was asked to wear a mask.

Morgan Hill City Council condemns ‘all forms of hate and violence’

The Morgan Hill City Council unanimously approved a resolution “condemning all forms of hate and violence” at the March 17 meeting, in response to the deadly riots that occurred at the U.S. Capitol earlier this year. The resolution not only repudiates the Jan. 6 attack...

Voters uphold taxes for water, open space, Caltrain

Local tax measures that would fund water and flood protection-related projects, open space preservation and Caltrain are winning handily with early election results tallied so far by election officials.

City expected to OK new distribution center ban

Residents behind a recent anti-fulfillment center initiative said in an online forum March 25 that an agreement reached last week with city officials will help achieve many of the short-term and long-term development goals sought by both the Morgan Hill City Council and the...

Safeway pharmacies now offer walk-in vaccinations

Safeway is now offering Covid-19 vaccinations without an appointment at the grocery store chain's pharmacies, the company announced Friday. Safeway has more than 90 pharmacies across the Bay Area. Across the country, pharmacies at Safeway and other grocery stores owned by Albertsons Companies have administered...

‘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.