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June3, 2020

Fatal shooting reported on Butterfield

A man was shot and killed while driving on Butterfield Boulevard in Morgan Hill Friday afternoon, according to police.

Coroner IDs man who died in Morgan Hill house fire

Nicholas Maverick Yray, 71, is the resident of Windmill Mobile Estates who died in a structure fire the night of May 27, according to the Santa Clara County Coroner’s Office.

Class of 2020 honored with downtown display

Local nonprofit and public organizations teamed up to honor Morgan Hill’s class of 2020 by displaying banners with all the graduates’ photos throughout the city’s downtown.

County releases details on $97M in Covid costs

Santa Clara County released the most detailed look yet at its pandemic-related spending.

Report lists ‘significant’ impacts of industrial center

A recently released environmental impact report for the proposed Morgan Hill Technology Center identified a number of issues that could cause “significant” impacts on the city’s transportation network and other factors. The report prepared by David J. Powers &...

Fatality reported in Morgan Hill house fire

Firefighters reported that someone died in a house fire in southwest Morgan Hill late Wednesday night.

Council discusses business rebound plan

Many business owners and representatives in Morgan Hill are increasingly voicing the fear that small businesses might not survive the Covid-19 pandemic and related shutdowns.

Retail begins to open

Retail business in Morgan Hill began to slowly trickle back to life over the Memorial Day weekend.

Morgan Hill Library to serve as cooling center during heat advisory

As the weather approaches triple digits, the Santa Clara County Public Health Department has opened a cooling center at the Morgan Hill Library. The library, 660 W. Main St., will operate as a cooling center on May 27-28 from...

County moves to extend eviction moratorium

The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously May 26 to extend an eviction moratorium on residential and commercial tenants through August, but the decision is contingent on Gov. Gavin Newsom extending the state’s order before it expires on May 31.