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June3, 2020

Filings show sample of Morgan Hill layoffs

Specialized Bicycle Components laid off 63 employees on April 21, state filings show, as businesses across the country fight to stay alive during a pandemic-induced shutdown.

Prado Foundation continues to help community

Even though Cecelia’s Closet and Food Pantry has temporarily closed its office and distribution facility in north Morgan Hill due to the Covid-19 public health crisis, the nonprofit’s leader continues to help families in need from her home with the help of volunteers and generous donors.

Boosters sell yard signs for graduates

Supporters of Live Oak and Sobrato High Schools’ 2020 graduates have been busy selling yard signs for proud parents to let their neighbors know their senior is about to graduate.

School district readies live-stream graduation plans

Morgan Hill Unified School District announced this week that the Class of 2020 is heading in the virtual direction for its high school graduation ceremonies.

Former cop accused of lying to purchase firearm

A former San Mateo Police officer who lives in Morgan Hill faces more than four years in prison for trying to obtain a firearm while he is charged with a previous felony offense, according to authorities.

County: Covid-19 brings more stress, anxiety, depression

Throughout the month of May, the Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services Department is recognizing Mental Health Awareness Month by highlighting available resources and special events to bring awareness to mental health in local communities and help eliminate stigma around mental health issues.

By the numbers: 48 confirmed cases in MH

As of May 11, there have been a total of 2,341 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Santa Clara County, according to the county public health department’s website. A total of 129 people have died with Covid-19.

Supes OK $25M ‘emergency’ De Paul project

Construction crews will soon begin extensive work on De Paul Health Center in northeast Morgan Hill, as the county approved a $25 million “emergency repair project” to reopen the former hospital building.

Brightening their day

Robert Boyd, in full Scottish gear complete with a kilt, made his way through the grounds of Westmont of Morgan Hill playing the bagpipes, as the senior residents waved and clapped from their windows.

Donation drive aids ventilator effort

A local dentist has organized a drive to battle a global ventilator shortage during the Covid-19 outbreak. Dr. Kusum Atraya of Gilroy Family Dental is calling for users of Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) machines to donate it to...