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June3, 2020

Students create virtual campus

When the Live Oak High School senior found out early this spring that school might be closing down for a while, he took on a virtual project that was much bigger than himself.

Police investigate Crest Avenue shooting

Police are looking for a blue SUV that was allegedly involved in a drive-by shooting in Morgan Hill April 15.

Coronavirus confirmed at Morgan Hill nursing home

Pacific Hills Manor, a skilled nursing home in Morgan Hill, revealed this week that a staff member has tested positive for COVID-19.

COVID-19: By the numbers

A total of 1,833 cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Santa Clara County as of April 16. Within the previous 24 hours, local public health officials reported four new deaths and 40 new cases of COVID-19 within the county.

Live Oak students help protect the front lines

Grace and a group of teammates are helping health care workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 fight by creating face shield parts with 3D printers.

Virtual meetings aid businesses

The City of Morgan Hill Economic Development team is hosting a virtual series of Business Resiliency Roundtables in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Police briefs: Vehicle thefts up, ‘non-essential’ complaints

Vehicle thefts in Morgan Hill have gone up dramatically since the Bay Area’s March 17 shelter-home order was enacted, though police can’t say definitively if the increase is related to the current public health directives.

City: No rent increases during pandemic

Residential landlords in Morgan Hill are prohibited from increasing their tenants’ monthly rent prices while the coronavirus crisis and related stay-home orders are underway, according to city officials.

Pizzeria donates to first responders

The business has also donated pizzas to hungry staff at De Paul Health Center in Morgan Hill.

Rivas introduces farmworker relief package

With California farms facing labor shortages, grocers experiencing empty shelves because of logistical bottlenecks, and many of the state's up to one million farmworkers lacking access to health care, Assemblymember Robert Rivas (D-Hollister) introduced legislation on April 9 to protect the health, safety and economic security of agricultural workers and prevent disruptions to the nation’s food supply.